Entrance Porch & Hallway
Arriving at the property you find a an open fronted porch with bare red brick matching the exterior of the house. The floor is tiled and a traditional style front door leads inside. The hallway has stripped 1930s style doors to the kitchen, dining room and living room as well as stairs to the first floor with under stairs cupboard. The attractive wooden floorboards are proudly on show.
11' 7'' max x 11' 10'' (3.53m x 3.60m)
Found at the front of the property, the dining room continues with exposed wooden flooring and has a large window providing lots of natural light. As you would expect with a property of this age, an open fireplace takes its place within the chimney with a tiled hearth and beautiful surround. There is plenty of space for a large table and chairs along with a sideboard or dresser.
13' 6'' x 11' 1'' max (4.11m x 3.38m)
A great spot to relax with your feet up, the living room has space for a selection of furniture and a gas fired coal effect fireplace where one may wish to explore the opportunities of a real fire or log burner. A door leads to the conservatory with windows on either side.
13' 3'' x 6' 8'' (4.04m x 2.03m)
A bright modern kitchen featuring a range of wall and floor units with work surface over and tiled splash backs. Set into the work surface you find a stainless steel sink drainer unit with mixer tap and an electric hob with cooker hood over. Within the units themselves you find an electric oven, integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge-freezer and plumbing for a washing machine. The gas boiler is mounted on the wall and there is a door to the side porch.
Side Porch & Cloakroom
From here there is a door to the side providing access to the driveway along with a door to the downstairs cloakroom, ideal for when tinkering in the garage or workshop. The cloakroom has a low level WC and a wash hand basin with tiled splash back.
First Floor Landing
Heading upstairs you find a landing with traditional 1930s style doors to each of the bedrooms along with the bathroom. A hatch provides access to the loft space where one may like to explore the idea of a conversion (subject to permissions) as many houses of this age have such a vast loft space.
12' 2'' x 11' 11'' (3.71m x 3.63m)
A fantastic sized bedroom with plenty of space for a large bed, bedside tables and wardrobes. This is a lovely bright room thanks to two windows to the front enjoying views of Cley Hill and Norridge Wood. As is synonymous with properties of this era, picture rails line the perimeter of the room.
10' 10'' x 11' 1'' max (3.30m x 3.38m)
Another great sized bedroom, this room has lots of space for a bed, bedside tables and a dressing table whilst a built in wardrobe makes use of the chimney recess. As well as ensuring a stream of natural light, the window provides a pleasing view of the rear garden.
10' 5'' max x 6' 10'' (3.17m x 2.08m)
Although the smaller of the bedrooms, this room is still a very good size single room. Found to the rear, this room also has a lovely outlook across the garden and is also home to the airing cupboard housing the hot water tank along with lots of storage space.
The bathroom boasts a white suite comprising a low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and a bath with shower over. The splash backs are tiled and the floor has a tile effect.
To the front of the house there is a small flowerbed under the dining room window with the rest of the frontage set out as parking. The rear garden is a wonderful size and is mostly laid to lawn. Bordered by hedge and fencing, there is also a paved patio area and a selection of trees and shrubs including a fig tree.
Driveway, Garage & Workshop
As well as the tarmacadam and gravel space to the front, the driveway leads to the side of the house where you find a garage and workshop. The garage is accessed via a roller door and has a window providing natural light. Attached to the garage you find a useful workshop which would be great for those who like to tinker.