- Location Doncaster
- Property Type Mid Terraced House
- No of Bedrooms 2
- Kitchens 1
- Receptions 2
- No of Bathrooms 1
MAIN DESCRIPTION Galley Properties are pleased to offer to the market this tidy, two-bedroomed terraced house in the popular residential area of Balby. Tucked behind the lovely green space of Westfield Park and within walking distance of three primary schools, Littlemoor Lane is a hop, skip and a jump away from Doncaster Town centre, and a five minute drive to the A1(M) and the wider motorway network.
Freshly decorated through out and ready to move straight in to, with a wealth of original features, this classic terrace is an ideal starter home for first time buyers, and would also make an excellent investment for those looking to expand their property portfolio.
HALLWAY Coming in through the wooden front door into the storm porch, with its original colourful wall tiles, you then step through the inner door into a light, airy hallway. With white walls and the original polished wooden floorboards, it’s fresh and welcoming. The door to the sitting room is on the right, with carpeted stairs leading to the first floor before the reception room doorway.
SITTING ROOM 12′ 9" x 9′ 10" (3.9m x 3.0m) The sanded and varnished floorboards extend through into this living room, giving a warm, durable and easy-clean surface which looks amazing. In here, the walls are white, the skirting boards are varnished wood which matches the floor, and there’s a fabulous tiled hearth with cast iron fireplace and solid wood mantlepiece as a focal point. It’s a beautiful space. The original coving around the ceiling is white too, and there are fitted vertical blinds at the bay window. There’s a radiator, ceiling light and power points too.
LIVING ROOM 13′ 1" x 12′ 1" (4.0m x 3.7m) With its original chequerboard clay tiles and fresh white walls, the reception room is multi-functional and ready to take on any role you want to throw at it – dining room, playroom, second sitting room. It’s got some great integral storage in wooden fronted built-in cupboards next to the chimney breast, and a door to the cellar through a varnished wooden door. There’s also a radiator, central ceiling light and power points. The window overlooks the back garden and the door next to it opens into the kitchen.
KITCHEN 9′ 10" x 7′ 6" (3.0m x 2.3m) The kitchen is a pleasing space of white and wood, with original terracotta clay tiles on the floor. A white Belfast sink sits in front of the window over looking the back garden, and the base unit cupboards are white painted wood with a solid wood countertop. Varnished wooden wall units compliment the countertops and skirting boards, and there’s a lovely original beam over the recessed nook where the stove can go. There’s plumbing for a washing machine or dishwasher under the counter, and space for a fridge too. A white wooden door leads out into the back garden.
BEDROOM ONE 13′ 1" x 11′ 5" (4.0m x 3.5m) Bright and airy, this south east facing double bedroom has plenty of space for a double bed, plus furniture. There’s a tall window which lets in lots of sunshine, plus a radiator, ceiling light and power points too, and a large built in wardrobe provides lots of useful storage space. Decorated in fresh white, it’s a blank slate for the new owners to personalise.
BEDROOM TWO 13′ 1" x 12′ 5" (4.0m x 3.8m) The back bedroom, overlooking the rear garden, is a generous double bedroom, with radiator, ceiling light and power points. It, too, is decorated in fresh white, and it also benefits from a sizeable storage closet. The door provides access to the bathroom.
BATHROOM 9′ 10" x 7′ 6" (3.0m x 2.3m) The spacious bathroom comprises a traditional suite of wood panelled corner bath, pedestal wash basin and low level WC, all in a pale coffee colour. The walls are tiled to half height in a matching colour, and there’s a very useful corner cupboard. A nice long radiator has plenty of room for towels too.
EXTERIOR SPACE FRONT GARDEN Surrounded by a low brick wall, the front garden is accessed through a wooden gate.
REAR GARDEN The back garden is fully enclosed by brick walls so nice and secure for small children and pets! There’s an area of decking right outside the back door that stops level with the back of the house, and the walls are painted a cheerful firetruck red. Beyond that is a small paved section and the rest of the garden is laid to grass. There’s a small tree by a very useful garden shed, and access through a wooden gate into the back alleyway, with plenty of room for the wheelie bins.