A lovely example of a 1930's three bedroom semi-detached house in the Castle Road area. The property itself has three bedrooms and two reception rooms, a garage and a sunny rear garden. As well as being very well presented it also has a very warm feeling to it with all the timber features.
Drive way to the front with gardens to the side, all enclosed by an attractive red brick wall. The drive way narrows and extends past the the house to the garage.
Walk through the newly installed front door to the wide entrance hall with the wide timber stair case gently rising to the first floor. Doors lead to the sitting room and the kitchen. There is also a useful under stairs storage. Wall hung gas boiler.
Spacious room with bay window to the front, gas fire place, two tall modern radiators and a french style patio doors to the rear garden.
Fitted kitchen with matching wall and base units and rolled edge work tops, space under the stairs for a full height fridge freezer and space for a washing machine. The electric oven is integrated along with the four ring gas hob. The stainless steel sink and drainer has a window above over looking the rear garden and there is a upvc door to the side.
Wide landing with attractive timber banister and spindles. Window to the side aspect and doors lead to the bedrooms and the family bathroom.
White suite comprising of a WC, bath with mixer shower unit, wash hand basin with full pedestal and two windows to the side aspect.
Bay window to the front and built in wardrobes to the chimney recess.
Window to the rear aspect and built in cupboard into the recess housing water tank.
Bay window to the front.
From the city centre proceed north and continue straight over the roundabout. Proceed through the traffic lights and turn second right into Queensberry Road. Take the first left into Radnor Road and the first right into Attwood Road where the property can be found further up on the left hand side.
The property is pleasantly situated in a popular residential area which lies off the Castle Road. There are local facilities including the South Wilts Grammar School, a general store at the top of Castle Road and the leisure facilities of Victoria Park. In addition the Waitrose home and food store and the Five Rivers Leisure Centre are both within easy reach. There is a regular bus service into the City centre which is approximately a mile away where there is an excellent range of educational, recreational, leisure and shopping facilities which combine with a twice weekly market in addition to a main line railway station (London Waterloo).
Stretching to at least 100ft is this fully enclosed and mature rear garden. To the immediate rear of the dining area there is a patio for entertaining which then extends to the lawn which encompasses the remainder of the garden. There is also a second patio area to the rear of the garage where the current vendor enjoys the sun shine for most of the day.
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