A lovely example of a classic Victorian mid-terrace home in St Werburghs.
Situated on Stafford Road this bay fronted property has the attraction of a modern functional layout with original character and charm.
With an open plan living dining onto kitchen, two bedrooms across the midfloor and an exceptional master ensuite in the converted loft, the internal accommodation offers plenty of space.
From the main entrance, the hallway features stripped wood floors that continue through to the living room (currently used as a bedroom). This room is complete with high ceilings, picture rails, fireplace and bay window with double glazed timber sashes. The room is lovely and light and looks out onto the quiet road in front.
Follow the hallway through to the back of the house where there is an open plan living dining room. The room features stripped and sealed wood floors and a useful understairs alcove for storage. French doors lead out onto the patio (see later) and an opening steps down into the kitchen.
Configured in a U-shaped arrangement, the kitchen is ergonomic and has space for an under-counter fridge, freezer, washing machine and cooker. A door from the kitchen leads out onto the patio (see later).
The central stairway leads up to the first floor which comprises a large double bedroom spanning the full width of the property and features a timber double glazed sash window looking out from the front elevation. The second double bedroom is located at the back of the property and overlooks the beautiful garden.
Next door to this is a family bathroom featuring stripped wood floors, a side panel bath with shower over, toilet and pedestal washbasin.
A further staircase (with storage cupboard below) leads up into the converted loft space. This loft conversion has been finished to an excellent standard and features a clever staircase design that minimises the intrusion of the staircase at first floor level and maximises the usable floor space in the loft. The room is a spacious double and feels wonderfully light and airy courtesy of the two large Velux windows. There is also a useful, compact ensuite complete with bath, toilet, basin and Velux window.
Externally, at the front of the property is a brand new bike shed featuring two Sheffield cycle stands for security and a felt-tile roof to mimic the style of the main house's roof. At the rear, the property has a beautiful southerly facing back garden with raised planted borders, well stocked with shrubs and perennials as well as a pond with flowering water lilies. Low brick walls with trellis fencing form the boundaries between the neighbouring properties and a new feather-edge fence has been installed at the back boundary.
21 Stafford Road is a well presented character home in a very popular location and provides easy access to the local hotspots including Mina Road Park, the two climbing centres, and the City Farm. It is also conveniently located for the city centre, Cabot Circus and the many shops at the Eastgate Centre.
"I love this house and have lived here for 17 years. St Werburghs is a perfect location. The loft is amazing and has views over to Purdown, the lay-out’s great and the south-facing garden gets sun all day, winter and summer. It has been a brilliant home".