This 1850s three-bedroom home is a testament to the period in which it was built; modernised with thoughtful designs nods to the era, both home and garden come together to create a wonderful home with some serious traditional features.
Step into the dining room, and the original wooden flooring is perfect for muddy boots and paws. A jaw-dropping brick fireplace stands proudly, a nod to the house's era and the first of many original features to make your heart sing with glee.
The living room is a joy. It is a calm sanctuary space, a place to retreat and gather one's thoughts. The window looking out to the garden accompanied by an original fireplace creates for those perfect summer nights in.
Towards the back of the house, we take a more modern turn. The kitchen is larger than most in terrace houses and provides plenty of space to store your herbs and spices.
The bathroom has a continuous flow in terms of the design and palette, with modern fitted tiles, bath with an overhead shower, WC, and washbasin.
Upstairs there is space aplenty. A sequence of rooms springs off the central hallway. The main bedroom sits towards the front of the house and benefits from the two large windows oozing with natural daylight in the morning. Towards the back, there are two smaller bedrooms, one being used as a nifty storage space. However, not even the smallest room you could label as a 'box room'. Providing three fantastic bedrooms for your family.
Outside is like stepping into a secret garden. Not the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, but a wonderful sized garden that you don't often find in terrace houses.
It is the small touches that make Richmond Street so sweet. Beautiful original wood floors paired with a modern bathroom. It is a place of simple contrast, making the most of old and new.
-- What does P e n k h u l l have to offer? --
For anyone who doesn't know Penkhull it is what we like to call a village within a city. With great transport links throughout you have Stoke Train Station 5 minutes drive away, easy access to A50, A34 and M6. Royal Stoke University Hospital is also a 5 minute drive away!
You will most often see many dog walkers walking to the local field (The Croft) or even Richmond Street Park. Up the road from the house you have Penkhull Square which consists of lovely quaint little pubs (dog friendly!), Co-op, Penkhull Hardware Store, Penkhull's Fish and Chip bar, Penkhull's Sandwich bar, W Lewis Penkhull Nurseries Florist and also hairdressers and barbers. There is always lots of things going on at the Penkhull Village hall too such as Pantomimes, Morris Dancing, Fayres, Kids workshops and coffee/tea mornings.
You are just round the corner from Stoke Town, Hartshill and Trent Vale. 5 minutes from Stoke Town which includes; Sainsburys, Lidl and Iceland. Again, you are 5 minutes from Trent Vale which has many shops such as Tesco, Pets at Home, Aldi and the Food Warehouse.
Penkhull hosts many great school such as The Willows Primary School, St Josephs Catholic College and Thistley Hough High School.
- 3 Good Sized Bedrooms
- Original Brick Fireplace
- Original Wooden Flooring
- Modern Fitted Kitchen
- Close to Amenities
- Perfect for First-Time Buyers
- Combi Boiler
- uPVC double glazed windows and doors
- Located In Penkhull
- 2 reception rooms