- Gas Central Heating, Upvc Double Glazing
- Sitting Room, Stylish Open Plan Living Kitchen
- Rear Lobby, Spacious Fitted Bathroom
- First Floor With Two Generous Size Bedrooms
- Third Bedroom/study
- Traditional Style Frontage, Attractive Leafy Courtyard Garden
- No Upward Chain, Viewing Highly Recommended
A delightful and particularly attractive bay fronted Victorian terrace home located within the fashionable and highly regarded city suburb of Clarendon Park. The property, which is offered for sale with No Upward Chain, retains character features and has undergone a programme of refurbishment resulting in a stylishly appointed light and airy home for modern day living, yet still retains the property's character features. The accommodation includes a sitting room with bay window, delightful spacious light and airy stylishly appointed open plan living kitchen in excess of 21ft, rear lobby and fitted bathroom, first floor with two generous size bedrooms and third bedroom/study. Outside enjoys attractive traditional style frontage, low maintenance leafy courtyard garden. The property provides a comfortable home or alternatively an investment opportunity on a buy to let basis. Internal viewing is highly recommended. The property is well located for everyday amenities and services including renowned local public and private schooling together with nursery day-care, Leicester City Centre and University of Leicester, Leicester Royal Infirmary and Leicester General hospital, and is within minutes' walk of Victoria Park, Leicester City Centre and Queens Road shopping parade with its specialist shops, bars, boutiques and restaurants.
Gas central heating, uPVC double glazing. Sitting room, stylish open plan living kitchen, rear lobby, spacious fitted bathroom. First floor with two generous size bedrooms, third bedroom/study. Traditional style frontage, attractive leafy courtyard garden. No upward chain, viewing highly recommended.
AGENTS NOTE - We understand that the title deeds for this property have been lost. We would recommend that any perspective purchaser should consult with their conveyancing solicitor in order to understand this fully.