Fulton Road, Walkley

Guide Price £200,000

At A Glance

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Key Features

  • Three bedroom end-terrace
  • Stunning unique rear extension
  • Large dining kitchen
  • Refurbished bathroom
  • Two double bedrooms and one single bedroom/study/nursery
  • South facing rear garden

Property Summary

Guide price of £200,000 to £210,000. Three-bedroom end-terrace in Walkley that has a stunning unique rear extension. Located on Fulton Road the new owners will benefit from a private south facing rear garden with no rights of way from neighbours and the property is just a short walk from both Crookesmoor and Walkley shops.

Full Description

LIVING ROOM 12' 5" x 11' 10" (3.78m x 3.61m)

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 21' 7" x 12' 5" (6.58m x 3.78m)

BEDROOM TWO 12' 5" x 11' 5" (3.78m x 3.48m)

BEDROOM THREE 10' 6" x 5' 2" (3.2m x 1.57m)

BATHROOM

BEDROOM ONE 21' 5" x 12' 2" (6.53m x 3.71m)

CELLAR 12' 5" x 11' 10" (3.78m x 3.61m)

Three-bedroom end-terrace in Walkley that has a stunning unique rear extension. Located on Fulton Road the new owners will benefit from a private south facing rear garden with no rights of way from neighbours and the property is just a short walk from both Crookesmoor and Walkley shops.

Entry to the property is through the front door and into the living room. This room is a good size and has a large window to the front providing plenty of natural light. Across the bottom of the stairs is the extended dining kitchen.

The dining kitchen was extended in 2017, the extension itself is an incredible unique contemporary design which provides more storage cupboards and allows natural light to pour in to the room. The kitchen is an L -shape with a peninsular separating the kitchen from the extension. There are Shaker style units above and below the worktop, in terms of appliances there is an electric cooker with gas hob above and space for a dishwasher, tall fridge/freezer and washing machine. There is an external sliding door to the rear garden and in the opposite corner is the door to the cellar head.

On the first floor are two bedrooms and the bathroom. Bedroom one is at the front of the property and this a good double with a large storage cupboard under the stairs to the attic. Bedroom three is a single bedroom room that is currently used as an office.

The bathroom was refurbished roughly 18 months ago and was kept in keeping with age of the property. There is a white three-piece suite with shower over the bath and Victorian style radiator with towel holder.

On the second floor is bedroom two which is a large double bedroom with a dormer window at the rear providing incredible views over the city centre. There are also built in wardrobes and a Velux window to the front.

Externally to the front of the property is a small forecourt providing privacy from passing pedestrians. At the rear of the property is a lovely stone patio directly outside the extension, a couple of steps then lead to the small lawn with surrounding flowerbeds and at the end of the garden is space for a shed.

What the vendor says
"We've had 12 years in this lovely house, and knew from the first moment we stepped through the front door we wanted to call it home. We love its quirky angles and period features as well as the large South-East facing garden which is completely private as it backs onto the Birkendale Conservation Area, and the patio is a wonderful sun-trap.  

We had the kitchen extended in 2016-17 to gain more space after having our daughter, and the room is great to eat and entertain in, as well as providing plenty of storage which is often lacking in terraced houses. The extension lets in lots of natural light through the Veluxes, large feature windows and sliding door, as well as providing a really good connection to the patio and garden. 

The location is perfect for a couple or family, with plenty of good pubs nearby (the Blake, Closed Shop and Blind Monkey, to name a few), lots of independent shops and cafes in Walkley, local yoga studios, and a great park just down the road."

General information
The property has a Worcester combination boiler that is located in the kitchen. The electrical consumer unit is in the cellar head and utility meters are in the cellar.

Walkley is an extremely popular suburb with people attracted by its proximity to Sheffield City Centre, central hospitals and Sheffield University. On the high street are some fantastic local independent shops and cafes including Gerties Café, Gerry's Bakery & Coffee House and Beeches farmshop to name a few. Whilst being close to the city centre people are drawn to Walkley as it also has fantastic countryside just a short drive away such as Rivelun Valley Nature Train and Ladybower Reservoir is only roughly 20 mins away.

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