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Situated on the main road through New Brighton, close the Beaufort Park Hotel this traditional mid-terraced cottage offers a golden opportunity for a first time buyer hoping to place their own stamp on their first home, or a landlord hoping to capitalise on its convenient location.
Separated from the road by a broad pavement and entered through a wooden semi glazed front door, the main sitting room is a cosy space where wood beams cover the ceiling and bookcases fill the alcoves either side of the chimney breast. Centrally positioned here is a large BAXI living flame gas fire which, via its back boiler also powers the central heating system and provides flickering flame focal point that always makes a room feel warm, whatever the temperature.
From here a doorway leads into the kitchen, a neat enough room if sparsely equipped. For example, there is an electric hob but no oven, space for a fridge but nowhere for a washing machine and the units while adequate, would be unlikely to satisfy an incoming purchaser. Having said all that, the asking price makes any manner of remedial works affordable and the end result could be delightful.
Another door opens into the rear conservatory, in the form of a lean-to construction across the width of the home, offering the possibility of a dual purpose sitting area and utility room.
Outside a shared road gives vehicle access to all the homes in the terrace, while on the far side, easch has its own parking area which back on to a garden. In our case, this is in the form of an area of lawn, surrounded by newish looking fencing and sporting a substantial garden shed.
Returning to the sitting room there is a staircase opposite the front door, leading up to a small landing where a window overlooks the rear garden. Also overlooking here is the bathroom or to be more accurate, the shower room. Now without wishing to sound unkind, I am sure there must have been a time when pale blue sinks and lavatories were all the rage, but not since we all stopped wearing flares…. To be utterly honest, the best way to improve this room would be to completely replace it but as I said earlier, the home has been priced to make this possible and the end result could be whatever you want.
To the front of the home lies the bedroom. This mirrors the sitting room in size and is thus very spacious, but made all the more so by having one complete wall dedicated to fitted wardrobes and storage, negating the need for space-hungry free standing furniture. The area of the room above the stair well has been cleverly utilised into a series of cupboards, preventing the room being forced into the odd shape that is all too common in layouts like this when some of the floor space is lost.