- Location Doncaster
- Property Type
- 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 in Balby. Stripped back to bare floor boards and completely redecorated in fresh, clean white, it’s a fabulous blank canvas that’s waiting for the right person to come along and personalise into their perfect home.
Ideally located in the heart of Balby, within easy reach of local amenities such as shops, primary schools, allotments and open green spaces, Sheppard Road is also convenient for public transport links into Doncaster, and just a five minute drive from the A1(M) and wider motorway network.
Fully doubled glazed, with radiators in every room and a gas fired combi-boiler, this great house is sure to appeal to both the investor and to buyers looking for a lovely family home.
HALLWAY With a part glazed uPVC front door and a window to side, the hallway is light and airy. The stairs go straight up on the left . The combi-boiler is housed in the generously sized under-stairs cupboard.
LOUNGE 12′ 9" x 10′ 9" (3.9m x 3.3m) The front reception room benefits from a lovely bay window and original wooden floor boards. It’s a great size, open and airy with a central ceiling light, and an elegant wide archway that leads through into the dining room creating a fabulous open plan living area. It’s a real family friendly layout, and it’s easy to imagine all kinds of decor from cheerful, cosy sitting room to clean, minimalist lounge.
DINING ROOM 12′ 5" x 10′ 9" (3.8m x 3.3m) The original wooden floor boards run all the way through from the front bay to the back window which overlooks the rear garden, which gives the new owner the option of either carpeting through or sanding the boards for a durable wooden floor that’s hardwearing and easy to clean. This is a supremely flexible space – either room could be living room or dining room, home office or playroom. A further door leads through to the kitchen.
KITCHEN 9′ 2" x 5′ 10" (2.8m x 1.8m) With new grey granite effect counters, this recently installed kitchen has plenty of wall cabinets and a ton of empty space below the counter which is super adaptable to a wide variety of layouts. There’s plumbing for a washing machine or dishwasher, and room for a stove and under counter fridge.
The stainless steel sink sits under the window which looks out to the side of the house, and there’s a half opaque glazed uPVC door opening out into the back garden, letting in plenty of light to this clean, fresh space. There are new white tiles between counter and wall units and lots of power sockets.
LANDING Light and airy, thanks to the side window, the landing has doors opening onto the three bedrooms and family bathroom. There’s white gloss balustrade and bannisters, and original wooden floor boards.
BEDROOM ONE 12′ 9" x 10′ 9" (3.9m x 3.3m) The front bedroom benefits from a line of built-in wardrobes and a wide, bay window. There’s an offset ceiling light, power points and a tv aerial socket, and even a phone socket too. It’s a perfect blank canvas for the new owners to personalise, as is the whole house. The possibilities are endless!
BEDROOM TWO 12′ 5" x 10′ 9" (3.8m x 3.3m) Generously sized and overlooking the rear garden, the south-west facing back bedroom gets the best of the afternoon sunshine. It’s got ample room for a double bed plus furniture and an offset ceiling light. There’s a very useful closet built in to the old chimney breast, which is a clever use of otherwise unused space. There are power points and a tv aerial socket too.
BEDROOM THREE 8′ 2" x 6′ 2" (2.5m x 1.9m) Compact and cosy, the third bedroom is bright and airy thanks to the front facing window which takes up most of the end wall! A perfect home office or nursery, if not needed as a third bedroom. There’s a dado rail that runs all the way around and an offset ceiling light.
FAMILY ROOM The recently fitted family bathroom comprises a panel bath with shower over, pedestal wash basin and low-level WC, all in clean white. Recently installed, with white tiles to half height, it’s well finished with new cushioned flooring and a decent sized radiator for warming those post-bath towels.
EXTERIOR SPACE FRONT GARDEN The front garden is surrounded by a hip-height brick wall and mostly laid to lawn for easy maintenance. There’s a concrete path from the front gate which leads to the front door and on down the side of the house to the back garden.
BACK GARDEN The back garden is enclosed on two sides by brick walls and on the third by a wooden fence. Laid mainly to grass with a central paved path, it’s perfect for kids and pets, and even indulging in a bit of grow-your-own thanks to its ideal south-west aspect. There’s a small brick outhouse that provides useful storage for tools and the lawnmower, and a wooden gate at the side of the house leads through to the front.