Grasmere Avenue, Nottingham
£150,000 Offers Over
- End Terrace Property
- Three Bedrooms
- Two Reception Rooms
- Off Road Private Parking
- Front And Rear Gardens
- Patio Area
- Double Glazing
- Gas Fired Central Heating
- Sat Nav To NG8 5DL
Property SummaryA family-sized home on a larger-than-average plot, set back from the road but within easy reach of the centre of Nottingham and with convenient access to the M1 and the local public transport network.
The house boats a modern fitted kitchen but offers scope for those with an eye for a project, perhaps via a modest extension or conservatory to the rear.
The property is located approximately two and a half miles from the centre of Nottingham, which can be reached in under two hours by rail from London, Leeds or Manchester. Buses stopping on Nuthall Road run to the city centre every few minutes as well as to Alfreton, Arnold, Eastwood and Heanor. Amenities nearby include the Bar Lane Community Sports Centre, a pharmacy, a selection of takeaways and an off-licence while a Tesco Express and an Iceland Food store are just a little over 500 metres from the front door. For those interested in schools, the Ellis Guildford School is less than a kilometre away and was rated good at its last Ofsted inspection in 2015. Travelling further afield by car is made relatively easy by the proximity of the M1 while East Midlands Airport is just over 25 miles to the south.
Grasmere Avenue comprises a crescent of homes set back from the main road, with the property forming the end terrace to the left. This property comes complete with its own private driveway large enough to park several vehicles. A flagstone path on the left of an extensive lawn leads to a timber gate, which offers access to both the main entrance to the house and to the rear of the property.
Here, a garden laid mainly to lawn is enclosed by head-high timber fence panels on two sides, with a post-and-rail fence at the bottom dividing it from a separate plot which could be used to grow produce. A flagstone path leads down the centre of the garden to a large timber storage shed with a corrugated roof, shaded by mature trees which also offer screening and a degree of privacy from homes to the rear. There are a number of mature plants and shrubs with timber-edged beds also awaiting planting by a new owner with green fingers.
The main access to the property is via the side door which opens onto a reception hall with wood laminate floor and a wall-mounted radiator. There is space for storage beneath the stairs rising to the first floor with an internal door to the right opening onto the dining room and another wooden glass-panelled door leading to the living room.
Both the dining room - currently used as an occasional bedroom and the living room have hardwood floors and wall-mounted radiators. The living room is also equipped with a TV point and a ceiling-mounted light fitting with integral ceiling fan.
The modern, fitted kitchen includes a stone-effect tiled floor with light-coloured wooden base and wall units above and below rolled laminate worktops in grey. Splashback tiles have been fitted above all preparations areas while a brushed metal splashback is set above the four-ring gas hob, which has an electric oven beneath and an extractor with down-lighting and toughened glass dome above. The design also incorporates space for an upright fridge/freezer; space and plumbing for a separate washing machine and tumble drier; a composite sink with rinsing bowl, drainer and chrome mixer tap beneath the window overlooking the rear garden; a large walk-in pantry; and a breakfast bar with additional storage cupboards above.
The stairs to the first floor lead to a separate WC at the first kite winder, and then on to a first-floor landing, where internal doors open onto two double and one single bedroom. The master bedroom includes an in-built wardrobe but all three are carpeted and fitted with wall-mounted radiators.
The house bathroom has a vinyl floor with a black and white chequered pattern, complemented by the dark wall tiles and the side panel on the bath. A three-piece bathroom suite includes a WC with dual flush, a pedestal sink with separate hot and cold taps and a bath with an electric power shower fitted above and fitted with a decorated glass splash screen.
The property boasts loft insulation, double glazing, a programmable, gas-fired central heating system with thermostat and with separate valves on each radiator to regulate warmth in winter. Low-energy lighting has also been fitted in all fixed points, helping to ensure the house qualifies for a higher-than-average C rating on its EPC.
Lounge: 15 0 (4.57m) x 10 11 (3.32m)
Dining room: 11 7 (3.52m) x 10 0 (3.04m)
Kitchen: 13 0 (3.97m) x 7 11 (2.41m)
WC: 4 10 (1.48m) x 3 0 (0.92m)
Bedroom 1: 11 9 (3.59m) x 10 11 (3.32m)
Bedroom 2: 11 8 (3.55m) x 10 0 (3.04m)
Bedroom 3: 10 11 (3.32m) x 7 10 (2.40m)
Bathroom: 7 10 (2.40m) x 5 1 (1.54m)
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by eSale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.