Property Ref: 51815
Stevenage comprises both the New and Old Towns and is conveniently situated within easy access of the A1M. The Historic High Street in the Old Town offers a good selection of shops, a Waitrose and Tesco Express supermarket, cafés/restaurants, public houses, a public library and local Schools. There are more comprehensive shopping facilities in the nearby New Town with Schools, a Leisure Complex, Theatre and Arts Centre and Stevenage mainline train station with fast regular trains to London Kings Cross (23 mins).
Stylish substantial period front door with leaded light glazed panels with matching side windows opening to:
Finished with stylish wooden flooring with an attractive staircase rising to the first floor, tall ceilings finished with ornate plaster cornicing, radiator, concealed meter cupboard and useful understairs storage cupboard. Stripped period doors opening to the lounge.
It is worthy of note that the understairs storage cupboard could be converted and fitted with a wc if so required.
Featuring continuation of the stylish wooden flooring, walk-in square bay window to the front elevation with fitted shutters, wall lights, picture rails and a feature substantial wooden fire surround with an inset living flame gas fire with black granite hearth. TV aerial point and radiator.
Providing ample space for a family sized dining table featuring continuation of stylish wooden flooring with a further substantial fire surround with an inset decorative cast iron fireplace with tiled slips, ornate plaster cornicing, large sash window to the side elevation with a further sash window to the rear, radiator and part-glazed period door opening to:
Fitted with a comprehensive range of cream shaker style base and eye level units and drawers finished with solid wooden butchers block work surfaces with an inset white ceramic belfast sink with a carved drainer and counter-mounted mixer tap. A range of appliances include integrated dishwasher, washing machine and fridge/freezer with space for a range oven with a black Rangemaster extractor canopy above. White tiled splashbacks, downlighters, stylish wooden flooring and cupboard housing wall mounted gas fired combination boiler. Part-glazed french doors opening to the rear garden and further window to the side elevation.
A most impressive split level landing finished with tall ceiling height with a concealed landing with further staircase rising to the second floor with stripped period doors to:
Feature walk-in square bay window to the front elevation, radiator and decorative cast iron fireplace.
A further double bedroom, radiator, dado rail, decorative cast iron fireplace and sash window to the rear elevation.
Fitted with a modern white three-piece suite comprising a pedestal hand wash basin with chrome taps, low level wc and a panelled bath with chrome mixer tap and shower attachment, white tiled splashbacks with contrasting border tile, tiled effect flooring, downlighters, chrome heated towel radiator and double glazed square bay window to the side elevation.
Staircase continuing to the second floor with further door to:
Currently used as a dressing room with a picture rail, radiator and sash window to the rear elevation.
Opens directly into:
The loft has been converted to provide a generous fourth bedroom with measurements excluding two useful eaves storage cupboards with access to the remainder of the loft space, radiator and double glazed window to the side elevation.
The property is situated close to the entrance of this popular Old Town turning, within a stone's throw of the historic High Street and local amenities, set back from the road behind a low maintenance front garden with decorative brick retaining walls and gate to a block paved pathway providing access to the entrance door with gated access to the rear garden.
Recently refurbished with a new low maintenance lawn, raised wooden decking and shingled borders enclosed by wooden panelled fencing with additional trellis screening to on side. Gated access to both the front and rear of the property. Garden shed.
It is worth noting that Stevenage Borough Council have proposed resident permit parking for Grove Road which in our opinion will greatly benefit residents and the future saleability of the property. ( further details upon request)
The Tenure of this property is FREEHOLD.
The Council Tax Band is "E". The amount payable for the year 2019/20 is £2,149.29.
The EPC Rating is "E".
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