Gap on the Move


Dalraefin, 32 Garden Street

The house which will have its origins dating back to circa 1800s is of storey and a half and has been substantially extended in more recent times. The house provides an excellent balance of accommodation arranged as follows: Entrance Porch, Hall providing access off to the living room, sitting room, third bedroom, dining room/study and has stairs to first floor. The Living Room has windows front and rear and the ceiling is timber channel lined. The Sitting Room is to the front of the house while Bedroom 3 is to the rear. The Dining Room / or Study is a very good space with a window to side and this room links the original part of the house through to the more recent extension. Rear Hall provides access off to kitchen, bathroom and shower room. The Kitchen is a fantastic space with windows rear and on both sides. There are cabinets extending at base level and which in turn provide ample work surface space with tiled splash backs. There is ample space within the kitchen to dine. The Bathroom, with window to side, is fitted with bath, wash hand basin in vanity unit and WC. The timber channel lined ceiling has down lights and the floor is tiled. The Shower Room with window to side is equipped with a shower stall with electric shower and the floor is tiled.

Upstairs is a small landing which provides access off to 2 bedrooms. Bedroom 1 has a dormer window to front and a Velux window to rear. Slightly coombed ceiling and with fitted wardrobes. This is a good size double bedroom. Bedroom 2 has dormer window to front, fitted wardrobe, coombed ceiling and is again is an excellent double bedroom.

The house is well presented and windows are double glazed in uPVC casements (with the exception of those Velux windows which are in timber casements) and central heating is by way of gas. The central heating boiler is located in a cabinet in the kitchen.

Immediately at the rear of the house is an established garden which is mainly down in lawn and is well planted. Lying to the west side of the house is a large area of level ground approximately 11,800 ft² This area is enclosed by a combination of walls and fencing and is bounded along the northern perimeter by established trees. This level area of ground is mainly down in gravel and parts which are paved or in concrete. There is a detached outbuilding/garage this is of brick construction under a pitched tiled roof and which is further extends to either side of the brick building by timber framed corrugated iron elements with mono pitched roof. Also within the grounds is a purpose built kennel block.

This property is an ideal family home but equally it affords a number of alternative dynamics including the operation of a say a work from home business. Presently our clients run a successful kennels and dog grooming operation and indeed the property is well placed for the continuance of this operation. Our clients annual turnover is in the region of £30,000. Not included in this figure is the dog grooming business. The dog grooming element is presently charged at an hourly rate of £22. The business has been trading for over 12 years. The kennels are licensed for 22 dogs and the business received 100% rates relief. Alternatively the ground could be utilised as a house building plot. However any such development of the ground would be subject to obtaining planning consent from the local authority. This is an excellent property in a good location and viewing is strongly recommended.

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