Elms Road, Stoneygate


Elms Road


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Available to the market for the first time in over 40 years, Hortons are pleased to present for sale this charming, characterful victorian home, offering spacious accommodation over three floors, located in a prominent position on the corner of Elms Road and Knighton Drive. 

Entering via a beautiful original front door with stained and leaded window into a porch with original Minton style tiled flooring leading into the entrance hall giving access to the cellar and leading to the elegant sitting room having a large bay window to the south elevation, further window and feature wood fireplace with tiled surround and hearth, gas flame effect fire, original ceiling coving, skirting boards. The dining room has an original square bay window to front elevation, ceiling coving and skirting boards, feature wooden fireplace with tiled hearth and surround, gas flame effect gas fire. A door leads through to the inner hallway and in turn to a refitted cloakroom with low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, storage cupboards, part tiled walls and tiled floor. The breakfast room enjoys an original sash window to the front elevation and floor to ceiling built-in storage cupboards, electric flame effect fire and door to the refitted contemporary style kitchen boasting an excellent range of white gloss eye and base level units with soft-closing drawers, ample white gloss eye and base level units with soft-closing drawers, ample preparation surfaces, one and a quarter bowl sink and drainer unit with chrome mixer tap above, four-ring hob and tiled splashback and stainless steel hood over, built-in Neff double oven, built-in Neff microwave, further tiled splashbacks, plumbing for automatic washing machine, built-in fridge-freezer, built-in dishwasher, further useful storage cupboards, tiled flooring with electric underfloor heating, window to the front elevation and door leading to the courtyard.

An original staircase leads to the first floor galleried landing with a picture window to the front leading to the fantastic master bedroom having an original bay window to the south elevation providing a beautiful light aspect, original ceiling coving and skirting boards. Bedroom two has an original sash window to the front elevation and a built-in wardrobe. Bedroom three also has an original window to the front elevation, original cast iron fireplace and a built-in wardrobe. A separate WC offers a low flush suite and pedestal wash hand basin, window to the rear elevation. The refitted family bathroom boasts a four piece suite comprising corner shower cubicle, low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath, chrome heated towel rail, original fireplace, built-in airing cupboard, fully tiled walls and floor.

To the second floor a landing with a picture window leads to bedroom four having a bay window to the south elevation; a superbly proportioned bedroom with original fireplace. Bedroom five completes the accommodation, having a window to the front elevation, fireplace and a walk-in storage cupboard.

The garden wraps around the front and side of the house, set behind tall privet hedges, providing privacy to all sides. A driveway provides car standing and leads to a brick built garage with tiled pitched roof, double wooden doors, power and lights. Gated access leads to a private courtyard with a door to the kitchen. To the rear of the property is a further garden area and previous vegetable plot.

Accommodation summary & dimensions: 

Entrance Hall
Sitting Room - 18’10 x 17’8
Dining Room - 16’10 x 13’5
Breakfast Room - 12’7 x 12’4
Cloakroom / WC
Kitchen - 15’4 x 7’10 
Master Bedroom - 18’5 x 17’6
Bedroom Two - 13’5 x 13’5
Bedroom Three - 12’9 x 12’4
Bathroom - 11’1 x 7’11
Bedroom Four - 17’3 x 17’
Bedroom Five - 13’9 x 13’
Courtyard - 15’4 x 13’4
Cellar - 13’9 x 13’1
Garage - 17’9 x 11’2

The property is located within the Stoneygate conservation area, approximately two miles south of the city centre, giving good access to the professional quarters, local state and private schooling, sporting and leisure activities and boutiques found along the nearby Allandale Road/Francis Street parades; the M1/M69 motorway networks are also easily reached.