A truly characterful property of ample proportions in this sought after location just behind the sea front. The property was built in 1920 and retains many of its original characteristics. A really welcoming entrance hall, a cloakroom, two well proportioned reception rooms, the kitchen and a little porchery. Upstairs, off the landing, two large double bedrooms and a good size single together with the bathroom. The property benefits from almost complete u.PVC double glazing together with a system of gas fired central heating. Outside there is a detached brick and tiled garage at the end of the gated driveway. The gardens are really mature, full of shrubs and trees and bushes and colour to both front and back, the back garden is particularly attractive as it is really sunny, there is a summer house just behind the garage. It is fair to say the property will need modernising to taste and when done, will make a wonderful home in a great location. No onward chain
There is an oval topped, double glazed front door casement to the hall, the open stairs, side rail. Coving and the ceiling rose, a delph rack. Central heating radiator. There is an understairs recess where the meter cabinet is. All nice, original panelled doors lead off with moulded architraves and deep skirting boards.
2nd Photo Of The Hallway
With a close coupled W.C., a wash hand basin, a cabinet. A u.PVC double glazed obscure window, smooth panelling to the walls.
Lounge (4.72m x 4.42m overall (15'6" x 14'6" overall))
This lovely room is to the front with a u.PVC double glazed walk in bay. Panelled below the windows. Cornice to the ceiling, ceiling rose, a delph rack. A central heating radiator. There is a high Oak mantle with bevelled glass mirror and below, the black iron open fire with a tiled hearth.
Another Viewing Of The Lounge
Dining Room (4.88m x 3.81m (16' x 12'6"))
Another room full of character, a cornice, ceiling rose and a central heating radiator. An open fire and hearth, a deep, leaded single glazed window to the garden. The chimney breast wall in a Lin Crusta finish, built in cabinet with leaded glass doors to one side in the chimney breast recess.
2nd Photo Of The Dining Room
Kitchen (4.27m x 2.44m (14' x 8'))
The kitchen is nice and light, u.PVC and double glazed windows to the back garden and to the side. The units in Oak with carved doors and drawers to the base and wall, there are post form work tops, all walls are tiled. Gas cooker point, space for a fridge and plumbing for a washing machine. Around the corner to the:-
Different View Of The Kitchen
Porchery (3.58m x 1.37m (11'9" x 4'6"))
This part of the building is a useful addition, there is a brick wall with u.PVC double glazing above. It leads into the garden.
With a spelled balustrade, coving to the ceiling, a u.PVC double glazed window on the return. Panelled doors lead off and a small loft entrance above.
Bathroom (2.39m x 2.36m approx (7'10" x 7'9" approx))
With a white suite comprising of a panelled bath and a pedestal wash hand basin and a close coupled W.C. Tiled walls, a central heating radiator, a u.PVC double glazed window to the side, a built in airing cupboard with a lagged cylinder and shelf and a central heating radiator.
Different View Of The Bathroom
Another Angle Of The Bathroom
Bedroom 1 (3.86m x 3.66m (12'8" x 12'))
This bedroom is to the back of the property with a u.PVC double glazed window, coving to the ceiling and a central heating radiator.
Different Angle Of Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2 (3.81m x 3.66m (12'6" x 12'))
This bedroom is to the front of the property with a uPVC double glazed window, coving to the ceiling, a central heating radiator.
Bedroom 3 (2.90m x 2.64m approx (9'6" x 8'8" approx))
This bedroom is to the front of the property with a u.PVC double glazed window, coving, a central heating radiator too.
There is a brick and tiled garage with an up and over door and light and power at the end of the long, gated driveway to the side of the property.
The boundary on the garage side is nicely walled, the remainder of the boundaries are fenced apart from the very front, which is a low wall. The garden to the front with a low wall, is really a smalled lawned area surrounded by mature shrubs, bushes and trees, this mature garden fits in nicely with the house where there is a Virginia Creeper just around the bay and coming around the side. The back garden, again, absolutely full of greenery, apple trees, shrubs, silver birch, acers, a passion flower climbing around the garage, the garden is sunny as it faces South, it is also private. Just behind the garage is a summer house.
Different View Of The Garden
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