An Absolutely stunning 4 bedroom town house in Stoke, complete with 3 bathrooms, play room/study, courtyard garden and show home condition throughout Read more
An Absolutely stunning 4 bedroom town house in Stoke, complete with 3 bathrooms, play room/study, courtyard garden and show home condition throughout
This beautifully finished Victorian Town House is a credit to the owners, tastefully decorated throughout, the property is ideal for any growing family especially those with old children. With two double bedrooms on the lower ground floor and a shower room, I'm sure every teenager will love being tucked away in the peace and quiet downstairs with a bathroom to themselves.
You walk into the property on the ground floor level in to a lovely spacious hallway with its ornate balustrade and Newel Post rising to the first floor and the original ornate coving to the ceiling. The living room is a fantastic size with its grand Bay window flooding the room with light. Perfect place at Christmas time for that large Christmas tree.
What used to be the formal dining room has been split in to two to make a play room/study and a further bathroom and completing the ground floor accommodation is the kitchen/breakfast room. This light and airy room is perfect for a family to cook and eat with the spacious breakfast room leading from the kitchen area. The kitchen is modern and tastefully finished with integrated oven and hob.
To the first floor there are 2 double bedrooms, but the master bedroom is without doubt the wow room of the house, not only is it a fantastic size again with its feature bay window, but with the added benefit of an ensuite.
The lower ground floor has 2 further double bedrooms and a shower room and access to the rear courtyard garden.
The garden has been designed for low maintenance with a decked area leading on to an astro-turf garden.
Plymouth, Britain’s Ocean City, is one of Europe’s most vibrant waterfront cities. Located in one of the most beautiful locations imaginable, Plymouth is sandwiched between the incredible South West coastline and the wild beauty of Dartmoor National Park. There’s everything you’d expect to find in a cool, cultural city, with great shopping, arts and entertainment. But there’s also hundreds of years of history to uncover, from Sir Francis Drake and the Spanish Armada to the Mayflower sailing in 1620, to a city rebuilt following the Blitz during World War II. With easy access to Exeter and its International Airport and a mainline train station giving direct access to London and a ferry port offering sea crossings to both France and Spain.
Council Tax Band - B EPC Rating - TBC Tenure - Freehold