An imposing and uniquely designed Victorian property retaining many of its original features and having always been used as a private residence.
The property comprises part of a terrace of similarly aged properties, most of which continue to be used for residential purposes although there are a number of neighbouring properties now being used for a variety of commercial uses. Burslem town centre is approximately half a mile to the north and the junction of Waterloo Road (A50) and Leek New Road (A53) is approximately 500 yards to the south. Both Cobridge Park and Grange Park are with five minutes walking distance.
An imposing and uniquely designed Victorian property retaining many of its original features and having always been used as a private residence. Arranged over three floors (plus basement) the property offers spacious accommodation with three reception rooms on the ground floor and seven bedrooms on the first and second floor. Externally the property has retained most of its original features with the front elevation finished in an ornate cream brick with a double height feature bay window and stone sill and architrave detailing topped off with a Minton tile finish to the underside of the eaves. The property is set back slightly from the pavement defined by a brick and ornate metal railed boundary wall enclosing a paved forecourt area. To the rear is a large garden measuring the width of the property (24 ft.) and extending 87 ft. from the rear gable wall.
Entrance Hall: 66 x 270 176 sq. ft.
Living Room: 156 x 146 225 sq. ft.
Dining Room: 150 x 156 232 sq. ft.
Morning Room: 130 x 133 172 sq. ft.
Kitchen: 130 x 90 117 sq. ft.
Pantry: 86 x 39 32 sq. ft.
Bedroom 1: 103 x 90 93 sq. ft.
Bedroom 2: 130 x 130 169 sq. ft.
Bedroom 3: 150 x 160 256 sq. ft.
Bedroom 4: 146 x 229 330 sq. ft.
Bathroom: 80 x 83 66 sq. ft.
Bedroom 5: 159 x 159 248 sq. ft.
Bedroom 6: 146 x 136 196 sq. ft.
Bedroom 7: 146 x 86 123 sq. ft.
TOTAL NIA: 2,435 sq. ft.
Providing dry storage 422 sq. ft. There is access from the front of the property to the rear via front and rear doors and a connecting corridor.
Accessed off Stonor Street is a single garage of brick elevations measuring approximately 8 ft. x 20 ft. in length.
All mains services are connected. No services have been tested by the agents.
The sale price is not subject to VAT.
The property has always been used as a private dwelling house (C3) Dwelling Houses. Subject to planning the property could also be used as a House of Multiple Occupation (C4) as well as a variety of commercial uses, to include Offices (B1) or Clinic/Day Nursery (D1).
Council Tax Payable: £1,113.31 pa (16/17).
Stoke-on-Trent City Council
The property has remained within the current familys ownership for circa 60 years and a programme of refurbishment and modernisation is now warranted, which is reflected in the low asking price for a property of this size which offers such potential for a variety of uses. Interested parties are encouraged to view the property internally to fully appreciate its scale and potential.