Built in the 1920s, the house is of traditional construction, with painted brick elevations and a slate canopy under a high slate roof (with clay ridge tiles and a tall brick chimney. A covered entrance way leads to the entrance hall, and there is an attractive living room to the front. A glazed oak door and step down lead to the superb, contemporary kitchen/family room which has a pair of casement doors and full height side screens to the rear garden, quality flooring, space for sofas, and a feature corner wood burning stove on a stone plinth. The kitchen area has an excellent range of black high gloss units, white stone work surfaces with concealed lighting, an island/breakfast bar, oven with grill, 4-burner gas hob, state-of-the-art extractor unit, stainless steel splashplate and full height fridge-freezer. A sliding door gives access to a small utility area with ceramic sink, space for washing machine, storage cupboard, and door to cloakroom with WC, sink with cupboard below.
Stairs from the entrance hall lead to the first floor landing. Bedroom 1 has quality flooring and a fully tiled en suite shower room with shower cubicle, wash basin, concealed cistern WC and wall mirror. Bedroom 2 is a spacious double overlooking the rear garden, and bedroom 3 is a small double with a rear aspect. The family bathroom has a 'P' shaped bath with thermostatic shower over, wash basin with cupboard below, concealed cistern WC, and towel radiator. A dropped kerb leads to a bonded gravel driveway with space for 2 vehicles. A pathway (with water tap) and
gate lead to the rear garden which has a stone terrace, a lawn with stepping stones, a fitted barbecue/log store, power point, and a large studio/office with a broadband connection.
Directions: For vehicular access, proceed along Leigh Road and turn left, just before St John's Church into Legg Lane. Take the second turning left into Parkwood Road, and number 26 can be found on the left hand side. On foot, Parkwood Road is easily accessible from Lewens Lane, between the junction with Park Lane (near the Waitrose store) and the roundabout next to the Quarterjack doctors' surgery.
Council Tax Band: TBC
EPC Rating: D
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN