Detached 1930s property requiring modernisation. BEST & FINAL OFFERS BEING TO BE SUBMITTED BY 12PM Monday 17th April
15 Park Lane is a detached 1930's bay-fronted property constructed of brick elevations and (now mostly) double glazed windows beneath a tiled roof.
The property extends to 1,166 sq ft and has typically laid out accommodation over ground and first floors. Available with no onward chain, the property might now benefit from modernisation which, subject to the necessary consents being granted could also include an extension program, possibly to the sides, rear and into the attic if more accommodation is required.
The house is set back from Park Lane and situated on the corner of Park Avenue, with a number of mature trees and allows for off street parking for two-three cars.
The house has a covered storm canopy into the entrance lobby and WC, as well as a wide bay fronted sitting room with original floorboards, extended dining/family room benefitting from Velux skylights, a bay with glazed double doors, display shelving, oak laminate flooring and the kitchen which has basic fittings. Upstairs are three bedrooms, the main situated to the front, a further double and a single bedroom to the rear, a two piece bathroom suite and separate WC.
The property has a gas fired central heating system and the accommodation can be seen in greater detail on the attached floor plans.
The rear garden is mature and laid mostly to lawn, there is a belt of trees and hedgerow to the side boundary along Park Avenue along with a former pond which is partly enclosed with an ivy clad low level wall. To the far end is a tall timber fence and a single brick built garage and parking for a car accessed via (unused) double gates onto Park Avenue.
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I think this is a great opportunity to extend and refurbish this house into the perfect family home, ideally situated and it has a lovely wooded outlook.Stewart ChipchaseProperty agent