A fine example of a Victorian mid terraced home, having undergone recent light cosmetic work, boasting traditional living accommodation with three bedrooms and a courtyard styled garden. An ideal first time purchase or investment opportunity.
An exciting opportunity to acquire a terraced property having been recently redecorated with a neutral colour scheme and stylish shutters to the downstairs windows. This property would make an ideal first time purchase or investment for a professional let with the estimated rental income of £850pcm, equating to a 5.1% yield.
Entering the property via a composite door into a light and airy, bay fronted living room flowing through into the dining room via a door. The dining room features timber effect flooring with a sliding door giving access to the kitchen. The traditionally styled galley kitchen has been fitted with a range of timber effect wall and base units with a black laminate rolled edge worksurface encompassing an integrated electric oven and hob, stainless steel sink and drainer unit with recesses and space for further freestanding appliances. Beyond the kitchen a rear lobby provides access to the courtyard garden and family bathroom. The part tiled, four piece bathroom benefits from a bath with central taps, a shower cubicle, wash hand basin, and low flush WC.
The upper floor provides access to the three bedrooms via a landing, the master with fitted wardrobing lying to the front with a second double and generous single to the rear. Outside
The front of the property sits behind a low level brick wall with a slabbed patio leading to the front door. Parking for vehicles is available on the surrounding unrestricted streets.
To the rear of the property is a quaint courtyard styled garden with timber decking providing the ideal space for outdoor furniture and entertaining. Rustic styled low level brick walls define the property's boundaries while mature hedging to the rear provides privacy. Location
This delightful Victorian home is nestled in the centre of Clarendon Park, lying approximately a mile to the south of the city centre. The sought after area offers local day-to-day shopping and an abundance of trendy bars and restaurants can be found on the Queens Road, just a minute's walk away.
The city centre, professional quarters and mainline railway station with fast services to London St Pancras are only a short distance away, across Victoria Park and down the leafy New Walk. The property is also excellently situated for both of Leicester's universities, Leicester Royal Infirmary, and renowned schooling for all ages. Viewings and Directions
Strictly by appointment only through the sole agent Oliver Rayns.