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Residential properties for auction in Ilkeston, Derbyshire

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Auction venue - Nottingham Racecourse, Colwick Park, Nottingham, NG2 4BE
4th September 2018 at 11:30 am

Guide Price* £55,000+
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Traditional two bedroomed terraced house in reasonable condition

Property Description
DRAFT DETAILS Traditional two bedroomed terraced house in reasonable condition, benefiting from gas central heating and double glazing. The property is ideally suited for the first time buyer/investment purchase and can command a rental figure somewhere in the region of £450 per calendar month. In brief the accommodation comprises, open plan lounge dining room, fitted kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom with three piece suite to the first floor. Enclosed rear garden. Viewing strongly advised. The accommodation comprises:

Ground Floor
Lounge/Dining Room
27ft 6 x 10ft 6
With upvc door and double glazed window to front aspect, radiator and upvc double glazed window to rear aspect.

11ft 3 x 6ft 8
Fitted with a range of wall mounted and base units with sink and drainer. Built in oven and hob with extractor hood over, plumbing for washing machine, tiled splash backs. Upvc double glazed door and window to side aspect.

First Floor
Bedroom One
12ft x 10ft 6
With upvc double glazed window to front aspect and radiator.

Bedroom Two
11ft 11 x 7ft 5
With upvc double glazed window to rear aspect and radiator.

11ft 3 x 6ft 1
With three piece suite with shower, radiator, part tiled walls and upvc double glazed window to side aspect.

Rear garden

Freehold. Vacant possession upon completion.
5, John Street, Ilkeston, DE7 8GL
Traditional two bedroomed terraced house in reasonable condition
Type: House, Residential
Location: 5 John Street, DE7 8GL
Images: 5
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** UNSOLD - AVAILABLE AT £195,000 **

A unique opportunity to acquire this superbly converted Victorian School House with fast access to the M1, Derby and Nottingham.

Property Description
DRAFT DETAILS AWAITING VENDOR APPROVAL. The former Victorian School House has been converted into two bedroomed accommodation with full gas central heating and double glazed windows. The house has a fascinating history, originally built by a local philanthropist to provide free schooling for the children of the surrounding area. It has recently been converted to a very high standard, retaining many of the original features such as high vaulted ceilings, original front door with the school coat pegs in the large entrance hall, a superb large lounge with wood burning stove inset into a feature brick fireplace, dining room with a Victorian fireplace having decorative tiled insert and stairs to master bedroom. A further bedroom is located on the ground floor along with a large bathroom having a claw foot bath, shower, sink and WC with tiled floor. The kitchen has hand crafted pine units with cooking range and back door leading to the large garden at the rear. The garden is mostly block paved providing easy maintenance and has a double car port, huge timber built garage and parking for at least an additional six cars. The garage offers the potential for multiple use and is large enough to convert into a games room, gym, office or further accommodation or an annexe. Vehicular access is from the rear of the property and there is huge potential for further development on the very large plot. There is a large decked patio and flower beds and the garden is totally private and not overlooked. The seller informs is that the house has had plans drawn up in the past to convert further into a four bed property.

Please Note
The vendor has collected over many years, original photographs relating to the school, title deeds and interesting articles and these will be passed on to the prospective purchaser giving a fantastic insight into life at the school.

Enclosed Porch
2.39m x 2.12m (7'10" x 6'11")
With original oak door to front with date stone 1872, tiled floor and original coat pegs.

4.94m x 4.82m (16'2" x 15'10")
With double central heating radiator, magnificent exposed vaulted ceiling with beams, brick feature fireplace with brick hearth and wood burning stove and decorative UPVC windows.

Inner Lobby
With central heating radiator and providing access to:

Bedroom One
3m x 2.51m (9'10" x 8'3")
With central heating radiator and wooden stripped floor.

Dining Room
4.88m x 3.95m (16'0" x 13'0")
With original floor to ceiling storage cupboard believed to be for the storage of school books. Decorative feature Victorian style fireplace with cast iron insert and tiles, tiled hearth incorporating coal effect gas fire, stairs to the first floor off, decorative dado rail, beamed ceiling, spotlighting and central heating radiator.

Fitted Kitchen
3.45m x 2.64m (11'4" x 8'8")
With hand crafted pine units with enamel sink unit and mixer tap over. A range of base cupboards, drawer units, complementary wall mounted cupboards and tall storage cupboard. Plumbing for an automatic washing machine and dishwasher, gas oven and fridge freezer all to be included in the sale. Decorative spotlighting and UPVC door with decorative leaded window.

Ground Floor Bathroom
2.77m x 2.48m (9'1" x 8'2")
With four piece suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, cast iron feature freestanding bath with mixer shower tap over and corner shower. Built-in airing cupboard with lagged hot water cylinder, immersion heater and boiler. Half tiling to main walls and tiled floor.

On The First Floor –
Master Bedroom
3.7m x 6.65m (12'2" x 21'10")
With full height built-in wardrobes, beamed ceiling and French door providing access to a seating area.

Outside & Gardens
There is a good sized courtyard garden with patio, blue paved patio and block paved patio and raised flowering beds. Large carport, substantial timber garage suitable for four vehicles. The property benefits from a rear access via Eaton Avenue.

Substantial Timber Garage
8.66m x 4.75m (28'5" x 15'7")

Please Note
The large garden has potential for development of a small residential dwelling where the large timber framed garaging is situated. This is subject to the necessary planning application being approved and building regulations granted.

From Derby proceed via the main A52 turning left where sign posted for Spondon, travelling through Spondon along Moor Road, then continuing along Dale Road out towards the countryside eventually coming into Kirk Hallam. The School House will be situated on the left hand side and is best approached by passing the School House taking the first turning left, then left again into Eaton Avenue, this will direct you to the rear of the property

Freehold. Vacant possession upon completion.
The Old School House, Ladywood Road, Ilkeston, DE7 4NF
The former Victorian School House has been converted into two bedroomed accommodation.
Type: House, Office, Residential, Offices
Location: The Old School House Ladywood Road, Ilkeston, DE7 4NF
Images: 3
Brochures: 1
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