This flint and brick cottage is located to the south east of the city and is within a level walk of the city centre, bus and railway station plus the wide variety of coffee shops, bars and restaurants.
The hallway has decorative pine floorboards and stairs to the first floor. There is an under stairs storage cupboard and door to both the sitting/dining room and a doorway to the kitchen.
The sitting/dining room was once two rooms however with the removal of the wall creates much more space as well as a double aspect from the front to the rear. There are 2 open fireplaces, one of which has a gas fire and there are sash windows to the front and rear.
The kitchen has been extended which has created a breakfast bar at the end with views over the rear garden. Vaillant wall mounted gas fired combination boiler within a wall cupboard. Ample counter tops with cupboards and drawers under, deep ceramic butler sink, gas hob with electric oven below and extractor over. Space and plumbing for a washing machine. Ceramic tiled floor and door to garden.
There are 2 first floor double bedrooms and a large bathroom with roll top bath, pedestal wash basin, low level WC and separate tiled shower cubicle.
The enclosed rear garden has a part walled and fenced boundary and is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area leading from the kitchen.
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From the end of East Street proceed into Market Avenue and take the first left into Stirling Road. Follow the road around to the left into Caledonian Road. At the junction with Whyke Lane turn right and then second left into Cleveland Road.