- Location Doncaster
- Property Type Semi-Detached House
- No of Bedrooms 3
- Kitchens 1
- Receptions 2
- No of Bathrooms 1
MAIN DESCRIPTION Galley Properties are pleased to present to the market this solidly built, three bedroomed, semi detached house in the popular residential area of Intake. With tons of built in storage, potential to extend, (STP) and generous gardens, it would make someone a wonderful family home. It also benefits from an array of vintage features, including classic tiled fireplaces and all original internal doors.
Intake is well served by a whole host of amenities, including shops, pubs, restaurants, primary and secondary schools, and Lonsdale Avenue is adjacent to the brilliant green spaces of Sandall Beat playing fields and woods and the Racecourse.
HALLWAY Reached from the double glazed porch, the hallway has doors leading to the lounge, family room, kitchen and stairs lead to the first floor.
LOUNGE 12′ 5" x 12′ 5" (3.8m x 3.8m) The lounge is a cosy, restful room, decorated in neutral tones, and the wide bay window faces out over the front of the house towards the green view of Sandall Beat Woods. With an original tiled fireplace with a traditional gas fire as a focal point, and a radiator under the window. A central ceiling light, power points and a tv aerial complete the room.
DINING ROOM 14′ 1" x 12′ 5" (4.3m x 3.8m) The dining room is currently used as an additional lounge area, but it would make an ideal dining or family room. With a traditional gas fire, radiator under the window which looks out over the back garden, and a central ceiling light and power points. It’s a generously sized room with neutral décor that would be easily adaptable to any number of uses.
KITCHEN 12′ 9" x 10′ 5" (3.9m x 3.2m) This traditional kitchen with neutral décor has a range of pine fronted wall, base and drawer units, cream granite effect counter tops and some great built in storage too. The stainless steel sink and mixer tap sit under the large window which looks out over the back garden and there’s plumbing for a dishwasher or washing machine underneath. A four burner gas hob sits under a built in extractor fan and is over a black and glass fronted electric oven. Wall hung Potterton combi-boiler
There are four doors off the kitchen – one to the hall, one to the under stairs cupboard, one to the built-in pantry and the fourth leads to the side hall and utility room. There is also the potential of extending the kitchen into the utility area, subject to the necessary permissions. Equipped with the essentials, the kitchen has loads of great potential.
UTILITY ROOM 7′ 2" x 6′ 6" (2.2m x 2.0m) Reached from the kitchen and also from an exterior door, the utility room adds loads of storage, potential uses and versatility to the downstairs. With another useful built in storage room and an additional WC here. There’s potential to open this area into another room or to extend the kitchen subject to the necessary permissions.
BEDROOM ONE 12′ 9" x 11′ 9" (3.9m x 3.6m) Benefitting from a bright, south-east aspect and a view out over Doncaster Racecourse, the master bedroom is a light, airy space. It’s got an original tiled fireplace, shelves fitted to the alcove, plenty of room for a double bed plus furniture and a warm, neutral decor. There’s a radiator, offset ceiling light and power points.
BEDROOM TWO 12′ 9" x 11′ 5" (3.9m x 3.5m) This is another generously sized double bedroom, which looks out over the back garden. There’s a radiator, offset ceiling light and power points, and a very handy built-in closet in the corner. The decor again is neutral, giving a blank canvas for the new owners.
BEDROOM THREE 8′ 10" x 8′ 6" (2.7m x 2.6m) The third bedroom is a good sized room with plenty of space for a single bed, plus furniture, and its light, airy feel and south-east view over the racecourse would make it a perfect home office or craft room for someone who didn’t need it as an additional bedroom. It’s got power points, a radiator and an offset ceiling light too.
SHOWER ROOM 8′ 6" x 6′ 2" (2.6m x 1.9m) The family shower room has a light, modern feel to it, with its large, walk-in, glass and chrome shower cubicle, white pedestal wash basin and low-level WC. The walls are tiled in white to half height with neutral tone walls above the tiles creating a fresh and calming space. A chrome towel radiator keeps everything nice and toasty and two cabinets provide plenty of space. Rear facing window
EXTERIOR SPACE FRONT GARDEN Reached through a wrought iron gate, the front garden is laid mainly to lawn, with a generously sized paved driveway, with room for at least two vehicles. There’s a small planted bed alongside the path to the front door and a low brick wall along the front edge. It’s a really low maintenance space. A gate set into a wooden fence at the end of the driveway provides access to the back garden.
REAR GARDEN Laid almost entirely to lawn and fully enclosed with wooden fencing panels, the back garden is a secure spot for pets and small children. A narrow planted bed along the back fence line provides a spot of colour with spring bulbs and summer bedding, and there are some young shrubs and roses along the side fence. It’s got tons of potential for the keen gardener.