Attractive 1930s house with a good size rear garden.
13 Highfield Avenue is an attractive 1930s semi-detached property which presents in good condition throughout. The property is approached behind a small wall, lawned front garden and a driveway leading to the front door and side access to the rear garden.
The property is entered through a set of arched double doors into a vestibule hall and which in turn opens into a wide hallway which communicates with all the rooms on the ground floor. To the left is an attractive reception room with a bay window to the front and working fireplace with a 1930s wooden surround and mantel piece. A set of glazed double doors lead into a further reception room which is currently used as a dining/breakfast room with sliding doors which lead out to a terrace and garden beyond. To the rear of the property is the well-appointed kitchen with modern shaker style with wall and floor mounted units, integrated oven and four ring gas hob. There are lovely views of the rear garden and access to a rear passage to the front and rear.
Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, both with a wide range of fitted wardrobes. There is a further good size bedroom and an attractive bathroom with a shower over the bath white sanitaryware and chrome fittings.
Outside to the rear there is a large terrace with vitrified porcelain paving which spans the width of the house. The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn interspersed with some mature bushes and a large shed at the bottom of the garden.
The house which is being sold with no upward chain can be seen in greater detail on the attached floorplan.
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This is a wonderful house with lovely proportioned rooms and a great flow. The real surprise was the original fireplace which came out of another house on the street.Ed MeyerProperty agent