39 Searle Street is one of a pair of Victorian semi-detached houses known as Earlswood Villas. The property was constructed of Cambridge brick elevations around 1900 with sash windows beneath a tiled roof.
The property extends to 1,088 sq ft (101.1 sq m) and has typically laid out Victorian accommodation including a bay fronted sitting room and feature (non working) mid-Century fireplace. The house retains a number of period features such as sash windows, moulded ceiling cornicing, a ceiling rose and internal panelled doors. Beyond the sitting room is the dining room with wide glazed double doors leading to the garden along with a breakfast room. A well laid out kitchen has been re-fitted with a comprehensive range of cream coloured cabinetry including wooden block work surfaces and integrated appliances including double oven, fridge & freezer along with hob and slimline dishwasher. Beyond, the family bathroom has also been refitted with contemporary white sanitaryware including square basin with cabinetry and a P' shaped bath with shower screen and shower over. Both the kitchen and bathroom have tiled floors.
At first floor level there are 3 bedrooms, including 2 doubles, the master extends the full width of the property and has 2 sash windows to the front. Subject to the necessary consents being granted, there is also potential to convert the loft space into a further bedroom and shower room accommodation if required.
The property which has a gas central heating system can be seen in greater detail on the attached floorplans.
There is a locked side pedestrian gate which leads to the south facing garden, enclosed and walled to the rear boundary. The garden is mainly lawned and has a variety of mature colourful flowering shrubs and flower beds along with a young, fruit bearing cherry tree. To the far corner is a cycle /tool/ garden shed.
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