Individual detached house with potential to improve and extend subject to planning consents.
Built by local builder Mr Hilliard circa 1907, 61 Hilliard Road is a handsome Edwardian detached house offering well-proportioned and delightful accommodation. The house has great scope to extend subject to obtaining the final planning consents with space on both side and rear. There are many fire place features in the home which seems to have been built to a superior standard to other houses in the road.
The front door is accessed through a curved storm porch and leads to the reception hallway with staircase and guest cloakroom. There is a dining room to the front with large bay window, feature fireplace and picture rail. The living room is located to the rear with French doors to the garden, feature fireplace with open hearth and picture rail. The kitchen has a tiled floor, window to rear, door to side and is fitted with white units with further fireplace above housing the gas boiler.
On the first floor there is a bright landing with four bedrooms and a bathroom. The master bedroom has a bay window to front, pretty cast iron fireplace with tiled inserts and picture rail. The second bedroom is located to rear again with cast iron fireplace with tiled inserts. Bedroom three has a built in storage cupboard and airing cupboard. Bedroom four has an oriel window to front and storage cupboard. The family bathroom has been refitted in white.
The front garden has a hedge and a lowered kerb to allow wheelchair access and off street parking. The rear garden has a westerly aspect and is mainly laid to lawn with patio and flowerbeds. To the rear of the house there is a gardeners WC and storage shed.
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Individual detached house of great characterDouglas Sleaper