A stunning two bedroom mid terrace house offered to the sales market by Propertyworld. This beautiful period property has been the subject of a tasteful and loving renovation by the current owners and is simply gorgeous. Benefiting from a remodelled ground floor to incorporate an open plan kitchen and dining space to rear with French doors, hi spec luxury bathroom and downstairs W.C, beautiful rear garden, fabulous natural light and much more. This a rare and highly desirable property. Highclere St is a quiet residential road of similar properties, close to Mayow Park and lots of local amenities, transport links, cafes and shops. It is also well positioned for lots of good local schools. The details include but are not confined to: the lounge to front includes beautiful stripped wooden floors and an open fire with a tiled surround, neutral decor and bay window with bespoke fitted shutters. To the rear is the remodelled kitchen and dining room with the kitchen having been moved to the centre of the house and opened in to the rear diner, the kitchen is stunning with an extensive range of wall and base units. engineered oak floor, ceramic butler sink, spotlights and integrated appliances. You then step down into the dining area which is presented beautifully and opens directly into the landscaped WEST facing rear garden, there is a downstairs W.C too. On the first floor you will find two bedrooms - the spacious master to front and second bedroom to side - plus a stunning luxury bathroom which includes roll top bath, walk in shower, plus a two piece white bathroom suite. There is a loft above which could be converted (subject to receiving the correct permissions and certification) to create another bedroom and en suite. This is a stunning house and a beautiful home. Call Propertyworld on 0208 488 0011 to book your appointment to view.
Our Vendor Loves...
"This house is somewhere we'll remember forever. We've put a lot of hard work into making this house what it is today and we'll be very sad to leave it. We'll particularly miss relaxing in the open plan kitchen/diner, with a drink in hand, the French doors open, as the sun sets in the garden. Enjoy".
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