A delightful Edwardian detached family home enjoying a highly sought after location within the Mapperley Park estate.
A truly stunning five-bedroom period detached house located on one of Mapperley Park's most sought after roads in the heart of Mapperley Park. Carisbrooke Drive is a wide tree lined road renowned for its delightful views over The Pavilion Park and it is rare that such a beautiful home comes to the open market.
The house is presented in excellent condition throughout having a fitting blend of contemporary design and period features.
Ground floor - Front entrance porch opening through to reception hall. A very welcoming and generous space, stained glass windows to both the side and rear elevations, two cast iron radiators, feature oak strip flooring, picture rail, stairs to first floor and doors leading off to:
Dining room, sash window to front elevation, picture rail, feature fireplace surround with inset dog grate and radiator.
Downstairs cloaks, low level WC, wash hand basin, frosted window to the side elevation.
Cloakroom, frosted window to the side elevation, coat hooks and built-in storage cupboards.
Sitting room, window and French doors to rear elevation, picture rail, feature fireplace surround with inset log burner, radiator with ornate cover and wood strip flooring, doors through to:
Open plan dining kitchen, a bespoke fitted kitchen with base and wall units with granite worksurfaces, twin electric oven, 5-ring gas hob with cooker hood above, stainless steel sink unit, double glazed window to the side elevation, island unit, integrated dishwasher, built-in feature dresser unit, radiators with ornate cover, double glazed window and French door to rear elevation.
Access from the kitchen to the lower ground floor with steps leading down to:
Cinema / family room, radiator, two fitted skylights, wiring for surround sound, low level lighting.
Stairs to: First floor landing, a wonderful landing with feature stained glass window to the side elevation, picture rail, access to roof void with loft ladder and doors leading off to:
Bedroom one, sash window to the rear elevation, radiator, picture rail, feature fireplace surround, walk-in wardrobe and access to:
En suite shower room, frosted double glazed window to the side elevation, low level WC, corner shower cubicle, wall hung wash hand basin, towel radiator, tiled floor and walls.
Bedroom two, window to the front elevation, radiator, picture rail, feature fireplace surround with cast iron and tiled inset.
En suite shower room, double glazed Velux, low level WC, vanity unit incorporating wash hand basin, towel radiator, shower enclosure.
Bedroom three, bay window to the front elevation, picture rail, radiator with cover and feature fireplace surround.
Bedroom four. sash window to rear elevation, radiator, picture rail, feature fireplace surround with cast iron inset.
Bedroom five / study, windows to both the front, side and rear elevations, picture rail, radiator, built-in storage cupboard.
Family bathroom, panel bath, pedestal wash hand basin, towel radiator, frosted double glazed window to the side elevation, shower enclosure, tiled floor and walls.
Separate WC, radiator, low level WC, frosted window to the side elevation.
Outside, - Front, wrought iron security gate opening to block paved driving providing car standing for numerous vehicles, slate chipped borders, variety of trees and shrubs and outdoor lighting. Access to:
Single garage, remote roller door, power and light, Belfast sink unit, two wall mounted gas boilers, plumbing for washer, vinyl flooring.
Gate giving access to side passage leading to rear garden.
To the side, garden shed and further brick built garden store opening to the rear.
Rear garden enjoys a westerly aspect, full width flagstone patio. Area laid mainly to lawn, flower borders, variety of mature trees and shrubs, further shed, log store and locked gate giving access to the Cricket Club to the rear.
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I love the fact that you can open your back gate and then listen to the sound of leather on willow.Ian Marriott