2 Bedroom End Terraced House (Now Sold)
Fountain Street, Morley, Leeds, LS27 0PX
Located on Fountain Street near Dartmouth Park and local schools, this 2-bedroom end-of-terrace through stone house feels light and airy.
Comprising of a kitchen/diner and separate lounge to the ground floor, with two bedrooms and bathroom to the first floor. Outside is a garden to the front and fenced garden to the rear with a versatile garage/workshop.
The house retains some character features.
Kitchen (4.62m x 4.01m into alcove)
The recently refitted kitchen comprises base units with integrated washing machine and dishwasher. There is a sink overlooking the rear. The floor has been replaced with 60cm x 60cm slate tiles. A door leads to the staircase to the cellar, which houses an original stone table and affords head height of over 180cm.
Lounge (4.40m x 4.05m into alcove)
The lounge overlooks the front and has a picture rail with character decorative moulding above and a feature ceiling. There is a reproduction fireplace.
Between the downstairs rooms, a carpeted staircase leads to the first floor.
Front bedroom (4.45m x 4.05m into alcove)
Featuring a large window allowing natural light, this room has a character fireplace and a walk-in cupboard (1.43m x 0.89m) above the stairs.
Rear bedroom (3.51m x 2.41m into alcove)
Currently used as a guest bedroom and study, this room overlooks the rear and houses the Worcester gas central heating combi boiler. Although currently housing a single day bed, the room could accommodate a double bed.
A hallway (4.05m x 0.87m) with some space for storage leads to the bathroom.
Bathroom (3.48m x 1.53m)
The refitted and fully retiled bathroom features an over-bath shower, wc and sink with vanity unit. There is a chrome heated towel rail.
To the front, a stone wall encloses the garden which features decorative slate. There is a fenced rear garden with access to the garage/workshop. The current owner is able to park on the street outside the garage.
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Measurements are approximate and you should rely on your own measurements and survey.