For Sale £465,000 - Cottage
A gorgeous semi-detached cottage, set in the leafy suburb of Sneyd Park, close to the open space of Durdham Downs. The cottage offers a charming mix of contemporary living with the character of such an attractive period building, and makes an enticing alternative to owning a converted flat.
OUR VIEW: “It may not be the biggest property you ever did see, but I bet it’s one of the most charming! This semi-detached period cottage offers a beautiful mix of original character with contemporary living. There are two principal rooms on the ground floor: a living room with a bay window and a doorway into a study area, and a fantastic kitchen/dine. In addition, there is a utility room and a downstairs cloakroom. Up the stairs you will find two double bedrooms and a smart modern bathroom. If you’ve been considering one of the many converted apartments in this lovely area by the Downs, you might do well to take a look at this as an attractive alternative.” Martin G. Haigh
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IMPORTANT: These particulars do not constitute nor form part of any offer of contract, nor may they be regarded as representative. Please note that no services, appliances or fittings described in these particulars have in any way been tested by Haighs and it is therefore recommended that any prospective buyer satisfies him/herself as to their operating efficiency before proceeding with a purchase. Please also note that photographs are used only to give an impression of the general size and style of the property, and it should not be assumed that any items shown within these pictures (internal or external) are to be included in the sale. Prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves of the accuracy of any statements included within these particulars by inspection of the property. Anyone wishing to know specific information about the property is advised to contact Haighs prior to visiting the property, especially if in doing so long distances are to be travelled or inconvenience experienced.
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Shared with the next-door neighbour; timber front door with double-glazed insert leading into…
Open-plan to Kitchen/Diner; oak laminate flooring; thermostat; doorway into…
Lounge w: 3.43m x l: 4.14m (w: 11′ 3″ x l: 13′ 7″)
sash bay window to front; corner fireplace with oak mantel, stone inset and matching hearth, and fitted coal-effect electric fire; oak laminate flooring; traditional style radiator; TV and phone pts; doorway into…
Feature Gothic-arched window to front; Velux double-glazed skylight; fitted shelves (including computer shelf); oak laminate flooring; traditional style radiator.
Kitchen/Diner w: 3.15m x l: 4.47m (w: 10′ 4″ x l: 14′ 8″)
borrowed light via glazed door into Utility Room, with window over (light through Velux skylight beyond); excellent range of fitted base and wall units, in cream shaker style, with soft-closing cupboard doors, beige marble-effect worktops, counter lights, and colourful glass tiled splashbacks; inset single-bowl single-drainer sink, in white, with mixer tap; built-in Lamona electric oven and hob, with stainless steel chimney hood; integated Lamona slimline dishwasher; built-in Indesit washer-dryer; oak laminate flooring; open-plan staircase rising to first floor; traditional style and vertical radiators.
2 Velux double-glazed skylights; space for fridge/freezer; oak laminate flooring; towel rail radiator; door into…
White cabinet with countersunk wash basin, mixer tap and coloured glass tiled splashback; white w.c.; Baxi Duo-tec gas-fired combi boiler; tiled floor; towel rail radiator.
Velux double-glazed skylight; timber balustrade; access hatch up to loft; smoke detector.
Bedroom One w: 2.69m x l: 3.18m (w: 8′ 10″ x l: 10′ 5″)
sash window to side; partly angled ceiling; traditional style radiator.
Bedroom Two w: 2.87m x l: 3.18m (w: 9′ 5″ x l: 10′ 5″)
sash window to front; traditional style radiator.
Bathroom w: 1.47m x l: 3.15m (w: 4′ 10″ x l: 10′ 4″)
tiled walls and floor; white suite of w.c., pedestal wash basin with mixer tap, and shower bath with curved glazed screen and mixer tap/shower attachment; wall mounted mirror and shelf; mirrored cabinet; towel rail radiator; shaver pt.
Council Tax Band
E (£2519.04 per annum 2020/21).
It may not be the biggest property you ever did see, but I bet it’s one of the most charming! This semi-detached period cottage offers a beautiful mix of original character with contemporary living. There are two principal rooms on the ground floor: a living room with a bay window and a doorway into a study area, and a fantastic kitchen/dine. In addition, there is a utility room and a downstairs cloakroom. Up the stairs you will find two double bedrooms and a smart modern bathroom. If you’ve been considering one of the many converted apartments in this lovely area by the Downs, you might do well to take a look at this as an attractive alternative.