A spacious and well presented period property conveniently located and perfect for first time buyers, young families or landlords.
Are you a first time buyer looking to get on the ladder, or an investor looking for your first buy-to-let, or add to your portfolio then look no further and call us now!
A deceptively spacious three bedroom end terraced period property packed with original features and oozing charm and character throughout. The size and flexibility of the accommodation on offer can only truly be appreciated with an internal inspection. Spread over four floors, this property offers fantastic scope to create more rooms and bedrooms by making use of the loft room or spacious cellar making it a fantastic buy to let opportunity or a first home which you certainly wouldn’t outgrow.
The size of the property and period features hit you as soon as you approach, from the large concrete bay fronted sitting room and cellar windows to the leaded stain glass light side entrance door with antique twist door bell and it certainly doesn’t disappoint inside either with the space and period features continuing throughout.
The entrance hallway which has a cast iron radiator provides access to the lounge and dining room with stairs up to the bedrooms and down to the cellar. The cellar provides a fantastic opportunity to add a further living room or bedroom, or would make a great study/hobby room and already has a double-glazed window to the front elevation, radiator and power. If extra space isn’t what you need, the storage space it provides is more than useful.
The bright and airy sitting room has high ceilings and is flooded with natural light from the large bay window and your drawn immediately to the feature cast iron fireplace. The dining room is again bright with dual aspect windows and large feature fireplace and provides access to a good-sized kitchen with plenty of cupboards, work top space and range cooker.
The first floor houses three bedrooms and a bathroom. The master bedroom is at the front of the property and has an array of storage courtesy of the fitted wardrobes and cupboards. There is a further good-sized single and box room. The bathroom has been modernised sympathetically with an impressive claw foot roll top bath with Victorian style shower and taps. There is a loft room on the top floor which with further work could become a forth bedroom or make a great home office as it is, sky lights make it a bright space and there is also fantastic storage in to the eaves.
The low maintenance rear garden is perfect for those summer evenings or weekend barbecues with a paved seating area, astro turfed lawn and further gravelled seating area.
The property is conveniently located close to Wolverhampton City Centre, just a 5-minute car journey or 20-minute walk, means you have easy access to the large shopping centre and an array of bars, pubs and restaurants. The 17-acre Victorian-era park, West Park is just a 5-minute walk, which has tennis courts, bowling green, conservatory and play area. West Park Hospital is under 5 minutes away with the larger New Cross Hospital commutable by car in under 15 minutes, providing a great opportunity for buy to let landlords to tap in to Wolverhampton’s largest employer, The Royal Wolverhampton Trust which employs just over 9000 people, and let to professional doctors and nurses. If you’re a football fan there will be no battling matchday traffic with Molineux stadium accessible by foot in around 20 minutes.
What our agents say
“This property represents brilliant value for money once your inside you realise just how much space is on offer it really would suit a 1st time buyer but I think it would be perfect for a buy to let investor. With rentals close to the city centre and the hospitals in high demand it would rent out very quickly and with the potential to add further bedrooms in the cellar and loft there is further scope to improve the yield this great property could provide.”
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