- Victorian End Terrace
- Loft Conversion
- Period Features
- Open Plan Kitchen Dining
- Lounge Links to Kitchen Diner
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Southerly Facing Rear Garden
- Close To Climbing Centre, Narroways & City Farm
- Within 1 Mile of City Centre
- 1032 sq ft
A charming three bedroom end terrace in the heart of St Werburghs.
Situated on Mina Road this bay fronted Victorian house is close to the popular City Farm, Narroways, climbing centre and just over 1 mile from the city centre & Gloucester Road.
Internally, the accommodation comprises a living room with bay window, polished floorboards and victorian style gas fire with timber mantle and surround with slate hearth. The wall under the stairs has been knocked through to connect the living room to the kitchen dining room at the back of the house. This space spans the full width of the property and has a window and french doors out onto the garden (see later). The kitchen consists of a range of white base units with beech wood worktops and open shelving above. Appliances include a built in oven with hob and extractor above. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher.
Stairs off the entrance hallway lead up to first floor accommodation which includes a full-width master bedroom at the front with twin sash windows and an outlook onto the old church (now climbing centre). The room features original stripped and polished floorboards and ornamental fireplace. At the back of the house is a second bedroom which faces out onto the garden and has open views across the surrounding area and up towards Montpelier & St Andrews. Next door is the bathroom which features stripped and polished original floorboards, traditional style heated towel radiator, bath with shower and mosaic tiled surround, toilet and wash basin. There is an obscure glazed window on the rear elevation.
A staircase leads up into the converted loft bedroom which is wonderfully light and airy courtesy of the three large Velux windows which have striking views out from the front and rear aspects. The room is spacious and has an attractive exposed brick wall as a focal point. There is ample space to create a home office or workspace and there is plenty of concealed storage available in the eaves.
Externally, the southerly orientated garden is low maintenance and immaculately presented with raised deck areas and storage units toward the back boundary wall. Stood in the back garden looking back towards the house, you can see the beautiful church in the background at the foot of St Werburghs Park.
165 Mina Road is a beautifully presented property, full of traditional character whilst offering an internal layout to suit the needs of modern day living. Perfectly located for access to the city centre and the eclectic mix of independent shops, restaurants, cafes and bars on Gloucester Road, both within 1 mile.