Whichelo Place is a fantastic road. Close to St Luke's school, rated outstanding by 'Ofsted' and Elm Grove School, equally impressive. plus Queens Park itself. The odd numbered houses have the best aspects, with only a select few having big gardens for the area and backing onto 'The Reservoir' itself. This house is such a house, plus the garden fans out a bit more than normal, making it extremely desirable indeed. There is also an access way through a garage door to the garden, plus another small parcel of land outside the gate is owned by this house too. (There are 5 houses on Whichelo Place that each own a parcel of land and have access to this via the garage door and/or their garden). These houses have some of the best views in the area, seawards, over Brighton and beyond and to the Downs. Many on this side of the road have extended into the loft and the side return to make a big kitchen/diner. Houses such as this rarely come to the market. The current owners have owned this house for 20 odd years. Parking is Zone V, currently no waiting list. A post office, pharmacy & doctors surgery are located nearby on Islingword Road. Plus 'Flour Pot' coffee shop and Elm Grove cafe are nearby to on Elm Grove.
Front door leads into a hallway, opening out to a good size open plan lounge/diner. A lovely bright room with dual aspect, with a wood burner in the lounge area. The modern kitchen is to the rear, with a double glazed door to the garden. Many in this road and extended their kitchens into the side return, with bi-fold doors into the garden. (Building regulation approval is needed for an extension like this)
On the first floor is a modern white bathroom suite, including a shower cubicle. This room is located above the kitchen. There are two double bedrooms, with the main to the front aspect. The views form the second bedroom are stunning. Many homeowners have converted their lofts to create another bedroom with en-suite. The views from these rooms are considered to be the best in Hanover. (Building regulations approval will be needed for a loft conversion. If an owner converted the loft and extended the kitchen, additional planning permission may be needed).
The garden is the real treat here. A complete sun trap, with no immediate houses behind you. Longer than normal and slightly wider too. In 3 sections, laid to concrete outside the back of the house, then grassed, with a further concreted area, with a shed on part of it. Potential to have an outdoor office building here. There is access to the side of the garden, leading out to a small parcel of land which is owned by this property immediately next to the gate. There are 5 properties that own a parcel of land each here. It can be accessed by the 5 owners via a garage door from Whichelo Place that opens onto the land and/or from their own gardens.
There is no chain with this property. It has been let for the last few years, so some cosmetic work may be needed.