An excellent opportunity to purchase one of the first terraced houses built on the very popular Franklin road. A rare example of a house that has an abundance of original features; including, but not limited to: Minton and wooden floors, doors, skirtings, windows and working fireplaces in almost every room. Where required this house has been sympathetically restored and updated. The accommodation includes welcoming reception hall, living room, dining room, breakfast room, kitchen and laundry. there are three first floor bedrooms and bathroom and a lovely fourth bedroom on the 2nd floor. A real point to note is the very long rear garden with children's play area. EPC Rating D. Viewing is essential to fully appreciate this this superb period, mid terrace home in this prime residential location, just a short stroll from the local, well regarded, schools in the area. Close by are the parks including Rowheath Pavilion, with cafe and bar, Cotteridge park and with excellent commuter links to the City Centre, QE hospital and Birmingham University from Bournville & Kings Norton train stations. Please call 0121 458 1123 or visit www.ricechamberlains.co.uk for further details.
- Mid Terrace Four Bedrooms
- Entrance Hall
- Dining Room
- Living Room
- Breakfast Room
- Original Period and Character Features
- Rear Garden
- Central Heating
- Double Glazing
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Via a gravelled pathway passing fore garden with a selection of mature shrubs and bushes leading to a wooden and glazed front door opening into:
With part-glazed front door and etched glass over light, Minton tiles and secondary glazed vestibule door with original stained glass over light, leading to the hallway with further Minton tiled flooring, ceiling light point, wall light and original stripped doors leading to:
14' 1'' x 10' 8'' (4.29m x 3.25m)
With bay window overlooking the front aspect, ceiling light point, central heating radiator and traditional style cast iron feature and usable fireplace having original marble and slate surround.
10' 8'' x 13' 3'' (3.25m x 4.04m)
With original double opening doors overlooking the rear garden, ceiling light and feature and usable cast iron fireplace having original marble and slate surround, radiator and useful cupboard extending under stairs.
10' 10'' x 8' 4'' (3.30m x 2.54m)
Having original quarry tiled floor, part double glazed window, ceiling light, wall light and Victorian, usable cast iron fire place, radiator, wall-mounted gas-fired central heating boiler.
8' 5'' x 6' 6'' (2.56m x 1.98m)
With double glazed window overlooking the side aspect, wooden and glazed door providing access to the rear garden, ceiling light point and being fitted with a wall and base level units with work surface over incorporating sink unit with mixer tap over, original quarry tiled floor and folding door opening into:
7' 10'' x 4' 9'' (2.39m x 1.45m)
Being plumbed for automatic washing machine, vent for tumble dryer, with space for a large fridge freezer and having double glazed window.
On The First Floor
Carpeted stairs and landing, with turned spindles and newel posts, wooden balustrade and original stripped doors leading to:
15' 7'' x 12' 3'' (4.75m x 3.73m)
With original stripped wooden floor, double glazed period window overlooking the front aspect, ceiling light point, central heating radiator and original, usable cast iron fire place.
12' 8'' x 8' 0'' (3.86m x 2.44m)
With original sash window to rear aspect, ceiling light point, central heating radiator and original, usable cast iron fire place, deep built-in walk in wardrobe and carpeted throughout.
10' 9'' (excluding door recess) x 8' 4'' (3.27m x 2.54m)
With original sash window to rear aspect, ceiling light point, two wall lights, central heating radiator and original, usable cast iron fire place and carpeted throughout.
With suite in white to include low level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, electric shower, part tiled walls, vinyl flooring and radiator.
On the second Floor
15' 6'' x 16' 7'' (some limited head room) (4.72m x 5.05m)
With two ceiling light points, dimmer switch, Velux roof light, carpeted throughout and access to eaves storage.
There is a gravelled pathway leading to a gated tunnel entry, shared with the adjoining property, giving access to the very long private and enclosed garden with original coal-shed. This being laid to patio and lawn and bordered by mature hedging.