•Asking Price: £500,000
•Exceptional Five Double Bedroom Family Home
•Refurbished to the highest of standards throughout
•Sun soaked landscaped garden
•Sought after residential location in Mapperley Park
This immaculately presented five double bedroom family home has been tastefully decorated throughout having undergone an impressive programme of restoration and refurbishment by the present owners. Viewing is strongly recommended to appreciate the standard of accommodation on offer.
The property is located in one of the most desirable residential locations and roads in Mapperley Park and is within easy access to Nottingham City Centre and the local amenities on Mansfield Road and Plains Road. The property is ideal for families, professional couples or anyone looking for more space.
With over 2,200 square feet of accommodation on offer, the property has benefitted from full re-render of upper floors to the front of the property, a new open plan kitchen diner, two new bathrooms, a combination of restored cast iron radiators and new modern radiators throughout, restored Minton tiled floor in the hallway, new fireplaces and log burner, redecoration throughout every room, and a low maintenance landscaped rear garden.
The spacious accommodation has high ceilings and has been tastefully restored using a wealth of period features combined with modern fittings, offering open plan living to the kitchen diner / reception area, large entrance hallway, a utility room and downstairs shower room. There is an additional lounge that comes with a new log burner.
The first floor enjoys a master bedroom with far reaching views, two additional double bedrooms and a luxurious family bathroom. The second floor has two double bedrooms, which can also be used as home offices and have the best views in the house. There is also an additional storage room.
Externally, two sets of French doors open up onto a good-sized rear yard, which is great for barbeques and entertaining. The pressed concrete floor that runs all the way to the front of the site is extremely low maintenance and in good condition.
To the rear of the property, the raised laid to lawn garden is soaked in sun throughout the spring, summer, and early autumn months and is very peaceful, with very little road noise and is not overlooked. This space has been landscaped and has a new fencing enclosure with attractive rear brick wall together with new planters and shrubs providing a variety of year-round colours.
The property benefits from exceptional views across the landscape from the front windows of the property. Fantastic sunsets are a common feature of this property.
The welcoming entrance hallway with Minton tiled floor is a good size and provides the wow factor on entering. The unique angles are a feature throughout the house. There is under stair storage and an additional cloakroom and storage area.
The living room is located to the front aspect and benefits from coving, original skirting boards and enjoys views through the bay window. It has a multi fuel log burner with reclaimed York stone hearth.
The space has been knocked through to provide a large kitchen diner and can be configured in number of ways providing flexible accommodation. Fitted with a range of contemporary base and eye level units with contrasting white worktops, complete with breakfast bar, double sink, and complimentary pattern tiling to splash backs. The herringbone floor and restored fireplace and ceiling rose ensure the period appearance of the property is retained. Two sets of double French doors lead on to the rear yard.
The downstairs WC has toilet and vanity sink together with a large shower. The floor and windowsill are Italian marble and there is a recessed LED mirror.
A spacious double bedroom with bay window overlooking the valley. The room is carpeted and has two tone colour scheme with picture rail and a restored cast iron radiator.
Large rear facing double bedroom has carpeted flooring, two tone colour scheme with picture rail and a restored cast iron radiator.
The bathroom is fitted with a range of luxury fixtures and fittings including a freestanding roll top bath with traditional brass bath shower mixer and granite effect base with gold feet, large rectangular shower with traditional overhead shower and separate hose, large sink and vanity unit with single arm brass tap, WC and black wall mounted towel heater. The bathroom is part tiled with contrasting white marble effect wall and floor tiles and black herringbone tiles to the shower. All the taps and details are brass, creating a luxury black and gold bathroom suite.
A double bedroom overlooking the garden. Neutrally decorated with carpeted flooring and a restored cast iron radiator.
A large double bedroom with plastered and painted walls, spot lighting and oak effect laminate floor. The room can also be used as a dressing room or office.
This front facing double bedroom has plastered and painted walls, spot lighting and oak effect laminate flooring. The views from this room over the landscape are the best in the house. It is currently used as an office by the present owners.
Located at the front of the property, the garage has been rendered to the front and rear and clad to the side elevation. Custom timber double garage doors have been fitted.
The property is rated in Council Tax Band E.
The property is associated with a member of John Pye staff.