Well presented Victorian terrace house in popular Newnham district.
53 Eltisley Avenue is a mid-terrace double bay fronted Victorian property constructed of red brick elevations with sash windows beneath a tiled roof. The property, which is well presented, extends to approximately 1,534 sq ft with accommodation laid out over three floors.
Of particular note is the through' dual aspect sitting and dining rooms which have a south east north west orientation and attract a great deal of light. The room has a wide bay to the front, an attractive fireplace surround with stone hearth and tiles and a coal effect gas fire. There is French doors to the rear which lead to the garden alongside some lovely period features including picture rails, pretty cornicing and corbels.
To the rear is a large kitchen-breakfast room, fitted with a comprehensive range of cream coloured cabinetry with Bosch double oven, four ring gas hob, space for dishwasher, washing machine and an upright fridge freezer.
The breakfast area has ample room for a dresser and large table with accompanying chairs in addition to access to the rear garden through sliding doors. A downstairs WC completes the ground floor accommodation.
There are four double bedrooms on the upper floors including three at first floor. The main bedroom, situated to the front, occupies the full width of the property and has three wide sash windows, large sliding wardrobes and shower in the corner of the room. The fully tiled family bathroom has white sanitary ware with an enamel bath and a mixer shower over.
The house is set back from the road behind a tall evergreen hedge which could be used for cycle or scooter storage, whilst the rear garden is enclosed and with low maintenance in mind has a brick paved terrace leading out to a stone paved garden, with access to the back lane via a gate at the rear. There are attractive low level shrubs, various beds and a lockable shed.
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In the heart of Newnham this is a surprising house in some many ways.Ed MeyerProperty agent