This distinctive, weather boarded, late 1920’s semi-detached house has been a great long term family home for our clients. This extremely popular location is relatively traffic free and features some of the largest semi detached homes within Onslow Village, Vicarage Gate is arguably one of the best locations, with the slightly elevated position giving a lovely view from the upper floor of the property both to the front and rear. These properties are also famous for having larger gardens than most of the other properties in the surrounding area.
Our clients have enhanced the property further during their ownership adding an extension, which created a larger kitchen space and a rear porch. There is also a fantastic conversion of the loft space, creating a large fifth bedroom and separate shower room. The accommodation in brief comprises of two large reception rooms with an open fireplace and patio doors to the main sitting area, overlooking the garden. There is also a good sized entrance hall with a staircase rising to the first floor and a downstairs cloakroom. The kitchen was extended in 2001 to allow space for a large family sized kitchen table over looking the rear garden. It is well equipped with good quality oak floor units with plenty of storage space and work surfaces. The extension also created a rear porch which connects with a deep larder cupboard with extensive shelving and space for all the white goods and appliances.
The bedroom accommodation on the first floor is extremely generous featuring three double bedrooms, a good sized single and a staircase rising to the loft conversion which features a large double room and separate shower room. The family bathroom can be found on the first floor as well as an airing cupboard and a useful cupboard under the stairs. The master bedroom is a lovely size with eaves storage, a concealed fireplace and a bay window, which can also be found in the dining room below.
Other noteworthy features include a gas central heating system to radiators, secondary glazing to the ground floor and well looked after original cottage style windows throughout the property. To summarise, this house has a lovely atmosphere with a garden to match, in one of the areas finest roads, convenient for schooling for all ages, the mainline train station and the town centre.
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