Four-bed Victorian semi in Bannerdale has its own climbing wall

Wednesday, 23rd January 2019, 17:43 pm
Updated Wednesday, 23rd January 2019, 17:45 pm

Located on this quiet little-known backwater in the very heart of Bannerdale is this substantial four double bedroom, Victorian period semi-detached family home on Swaledale Road.

With superb, spacious and light accommodation carefully arranged over three floors, it has original period original features along with easy on road parking and large rear private family gardens. This superb property in brief comprises two reception rooms, WC and breakfast kitchen to the ground floor, four double bedrooms and family bathroom to the second two floors.

The sitting room has a deep walk-in bay window and a superb period fireplace with inset coal-effect gas fire and the breakfast kitchen is fitted with a full complement of modern wall and base units, built-in appliances including a dishwasher and microwave and room for a large free-standing fridge freezer.

The separate dining room has exposed and varnished floorboards, deep skirting boards, picture rail and coving to the ceiling. The original fire surround and tiled hearth is fitted with fireplace with an inset electric fire. A conservatory opens out into the rear garden.

The master bedroom is on the first floor as is a separate WC, a second bedroom and a family bathroom.

The second floor landing has a skylight and a built in climbing wall and the two bedroooms on the second floor are both doublesTo the rear is a much larger than average family garden with a brick-built lockable storage facility,lawn, fruit trees, brick built warehouse with W.C, greenhouse and wooden built storage facility.

On the market for £350,000.