Queens Road, Clarendon Park, LE2 3FN

£395,000 Offers Over
  • Ref: b4a1dab9-67ab-49cb-8494-48a5856c6c15
  • Type: Terrace
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Council Tax Band: C
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Property Features

  • Investment Opportunity/ Article 4
  • Five Bedrooms Let
  • Current Rental Yield Of 4.28%
  • Period Features Throughout
  • Tenants In Situ
  • Victorian Semi Detached Property
  • Highly Desirable Clarendon Park Location
  • Good Sized Rear Garden
  • Upstairs Bathroom
  • End Of Chain

Property Summary

Just offered to the market is this deceptively spacious, double fronted three-bedroom house situated in the highly sought-after residential area of Clarendon Park on the outskirts of Leicester City Centre. Currently a house of multiple occupancy and an ideal investment opportunity with scope to increase the current rental income. The property also provides scope for improvement, with the potential to extend into the loft space, subject to planning permission. There are a range of original features, such as high coved ceilings, bay windows on the ground and first floors, dado and picture rails, wood floors and traditional fireplaces, and it is double glazed at the rear of the property.

Full Details

The front of the property is bordered by a low brick wall with access to the side and a central path with steps leading up to an open arched porch and part glazed front door with decorative window above. The long entrance hall runs down the middle of the property and has a wood parquet floor with doors giving access to the living room and the sitting room on either side, both with deep bay windows that allow the light to flood in. There are period cornices and covings throughout the property. All reception rooms are currently being used as bedrooms.

Further along the hall is the wood panelled stairs to the first floor with ample storage space beneath. Off the hall is the large kitchen/breakfast room which features a tiled floor, a range of wood and glass fronted wall and base units with work surfaces and part tiled walls above, single drainer sink unit with mixer taps, gas hob with extractor hood above, built-in double oven, space for washing machine and fridge freezer, and a door to the garden. There is also an Ideal combi boiler which was installed in the last 10 years, providing central heating and hot water. From the kitchen there is a back hall, off which is the downstairs cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin. At the end of this hall is a room with a window into the back garden.

The well-proportioned first floor landing leads to three bedrooms and the bathroom. The front two bedrooms have large bay windows, flooding the rooms with light, and original cast iron fireplaces with decorative tiled panels either side and mantels above. The bathroom is part tiled with a WC, corner panelled bath with corner cupboard above, bidet, wash hand basin with mirror above and a fully tiled shower cubicle with glazed door. Adjacent to the shower is a large storage cupboard with louvre door. There is a large loft which is unimpeded by timbers which could be converted unto additional accommodation. 

To the rear of the property is the brick paved sunny garden which is bordered by brick walls covered in trailing plants, with a raised terrace, a garden shed, as well as a variety of established trees and shrubs providing a degree of seclusion.

The property has Article 4 status.