A tastefully-maintained three-bedroomed mid-terraced family home enjoying a short stroll from the bustling town centre of Ashby-de-la-Zouch. The centrally heated period property comprises, on the ground floor: an entrance hall, lounge with Victorian-style fireplace and traditional cast iron fire-basket, a separate dining room with a grand Victorian-style fireplace with a wood-burning stove through to the refitted kitchen; rear lobby and ground floor bathroom. On the first floor: three generous bedrooms with the master having and en suite. UPVC double glazing throughout. Hive heating available. Viewing of this superb home is highly recommended!
The ancient, historic market town of Ashby (with its famous 15th century castle) almost certainly dates back to Roman times. Later, in the early 19th century, it became a spa town. Many of the Georgian style buildings that you now see were built to accommodate visitors to the Baths. Today, Ashby de la Zouch is a thriving and bustling town within the National Forest and enjoys a wide range of good shops, schools, pubs, churches and local amenities. The nearby M42 motorway gives easy access to the M1, M5 and M6 and many other Midland towns and cities. The town is also convenient for the Nottingham East Midlands airport.
!!NO CHAIN!! A tastefully-maintained three-bedroomed mid-terraced family home enjoying a short stroll from the bustling town centre of Ashby-de-la-Zouch. The centrally heated period property comprises, on the ground floor: an entrance hall, lounge with Victorian-style fireplace and traditional cast iron fire-basket, a separate dining room with a grand Victorian-style fireplace with a wood-burning stove through to the refitted kitchen; rear lobby and ground floor bathroom. On the first floor: three generous bedrooms and a toilet. Viewing of this superb home is highly recommended!
With a quarry-tiled floor, useful under-stairs cloakroom/storage and paneled doors leading to the dining area and:
With wood-effect laminate flooring, feature glazed bay-window to the front elevation, inset cast iron fire basket with a tastefully exposed chimney breast, a Regency-style wooden surround and a black tiled hearth. A central heating radiator and a telephone point.
A grand Victorian fireplace really sets the theme for this room with a inset log-burning stove, exposed brick chimney breast and York stone hearth. Wood-effect laminate flooring, central heating radiator, glazed window to the rear elevation and a door leading to the stairs; stairs rising to the first floor accommodation. A squared archway and a step up leading to the:
Recently refitted kitchen with a range of wall mounted display cabinets with matching drawers and base units. Oak-style roll-edged worktops, built-in wine rack, stainless steel freestanding Lofra four ring gas burner with double oven and grill and concealed extractor above. Stainless steel inset sink with drainer and mixer tap, wood-effect laminate flooring, integrated Indesit fridge and freezer and a glazed window to the side elevation. Space and plumbing for a washing machine, dishwasher and a vented clothes dryer. A sliding door leads to:
Tiled floor with a opaque glazed multi-paned door leading to the rear garden and a further door leading to:
Three piece suite comprising: Vanity wash basin with roll-edged dresser worktop, mixer tap and a built-in cupboard below, dual-flush toilet with a concealed system and a tiled paneled bath with decorative traditional mixer tap and shower attachment. Mains-fed shower with a concertina glazed shower screen, fully tiled splashbacks, central heating radiator, tiled floor and a glazed window to the rear elevation. Returning to the dining area; stairs rise to the first floor accommodation:
Carpeted with archways leading to left and right, two central heating radiators and paneled doors leading to the bedrooms and w.c.
Generously sized bedroom with traditional Victorian high ceilings, central heating radiator and a glazed window to the front elevation.
With a built-in wardrobe space, loft access hatch and a glazed window overlooking the rear garden.
Built-in wardrobe with hanging rails, shelving and a neatly concealed Baxi central heating boiler and a glazed window to the rear elevation.
Low-flush toilet, wall mounted wash basin and a opaque glazed window to the front elevation.
A canopied entrance porch and a pathway lead to the generous sized paved patio area and lawned long rear garden. With various mature trees, hedging and plants, walled and concrete slabbed boundaries. A paved footpath leads to an area used for the growing of vegetables.
From the front, there's side access via a wrought iron gate shared with the neighbouring property allowing access to the rear garden.
The council tax band is believed to be: B
From our NEWTON FALLOWELL office in the heart of ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH: Turn right into Market Street and continue up the hill into Wood Street. The property can be found on the right hand side, a short distance from the town centre - identified by our 'For Sale' board. POST CODE for SATNAVS: LE65 1EG.
MEASUREMENTS: Please note that room sizes are quoted in metres to the nearest tenth of a metre measured from wall to wall. The imperial equivalent is included as an approximate guide for applicants not fully conversant with the metric system. Room measurements are included as a guide to room sizes and are not intended to be used when ordering carpets or flooring. SERVICES All mains are connected. The services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by Newton Fallowell and no guarantee as to their operating ability or their efficiency can be given. TENURE Freehold - with vacant possession on completion. Newton Fallowell recommend that purchasers satisfy themselves as to the tenure of this property and we recommend they consult a legal representative such as a solicitor appointed in their purchase.
Before the tenancy starts (payable to Newton Fallowell Coalville Lettings ‘the Agent’)
Holding Deposit: 1 week’s rent
Deposit: Maximum of 5 weeks rent
During the tenancy (payable to the Agent)
For English properties:
Payment of interest for the late payment of rent at a rate of 3% above the bank of England base rate.
During the tenancy if permitted and applicable
Utilities – gas, electricity, water and sewerage
Communications – telephone and broadband
Installation of cable/satellite
Subscription to cable/satellite supplier
Other permitted payments
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