5 Firemans Row - Location Estate Agency
Location Estate Agency

Firemans Row - 3 bedrooms House

Sutton-In-Ashfield, , NG17 1AF

Price: £180,000

For Sale

Key Features

  • Semi Detached House
  • Three Bedrooms
  • No Upward Chain
  • Lounge, Kitchen
  • Conservatory
  • Occupied by Same Family Since Built 1926
  • Close To Local Amenities
  • Gas Central Heating Upvc Double Glazed
  • Permit Parking
  • Council Tax Band A
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 0 Receptions

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Details

Welcome to Firemans Row, Sutton-In-Ashfield – a charming semi-detached house nestled in a peaceful cul-de-sac. This delightful property boasts three bedrooms, offering ample space for a growing family or those in need of a home office.

The house features a bright and airy conservatory, perfect for enjoying your morning coffee or relaxing with a good book. With no upward chain, the opportunity to make this house your home is even more enticing.

Located in a tranquil cul-de-sac, this property provides a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Whether you’re looking to unwind in the garden or entertain guests in the spacious living areas, this house offers the perfect blend of comfort and convenience.

Don’t miss out on the chance to make this lovely house your own – contact us today to arrange a viewing and start envisioning the possibilities that Firemans Row has to offer.

Entrance

Lounge

Kitchen

Conservatory

Downstairs Wc

Stairs & Landing

Bedroom One

Bedroom Two

Bedroom Three

Bathroom

External

Enclosed front garden, path leading to the gated side access to the rear, mainly laid to lawn, private and secure, garden shed.

Disclaimer

Fixtures & Fittings: Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned above to be agreed with the seller. Services Connected: Please note that any services, heating systems or appliances have not been tested and no warranty can be given or implied as to their working order. Measurements: All measurements are approximate. Location have produced these details in good faith and believe that they provide a fair and accurate description of the above property. Prospective buyers should satisfy themselves as to the property’s suitability and make their own enquiries relating to all specific points of importance following an inspection and prior to any financial commitment. The accuracy of these details is not guaranteed, and they do not form part of any contract.

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Viewings

Viewing is strictly by appointment with Location, 13 - 15 Albert Street , Mansfield , Nottinghamshire, NG18 1EA

www. locationestateagency.co.uk

Telephone: (01623) 654555 option 1.

Information Supplied By The Owner

5, Fireman’s Row, Sutton in Ashfield NG17 1AF

A few notes on the property and its history:

Fireman’s Row, as the name suggests, was built for the firemen who were employed to use the first fire “engine” in Sutton in Ashfield. (Prior to this the fire appliance was horse drawn). My grandfather was the first engine driver and, as such, was given first choice as to which house he wanted. He chose number 5 as it was his lucky number.

In 1922 the Duke of Portland and the Sutton in Ashfield Urban District Council gave permission for the houses to be built and our family moved into the house as soon as it was completed in 1926 . My two Aunts were approx 2 and 1 years old when they moved in with Dad born in the house 2 years later and the family have lived there ever since.

During the war most people turned their gardens into allotments to grow their own food. My grandfather loved flowers so, to the disgust of my Grandmother, he grew flowers.

There have been lots of changes over the almost 100 years of occupation. The area behind the house (now occupied by bungalows and flats) was the Council yard where my grandfather worked. In front of the property was a field known as the croft adjacent to a small farm ( which was converted to an abattoir, not so nice !!) until that was converted into a small development of bungalows.

The house was initially council owned with gas lamps to illuminate not only the street but also the rooms in the house, an open coal fire in the kitchen and a coal house at the rear of the property.

In the 1970’s the house was refurbished by A.D.C. and the coal fire was replaced by gas central heating and all oil lamps and their infrastructure were removed.

In 1982 the house was purchased by my grandmother and Aunt from A.D.C.

The property has always been a well loved, welcoming family home.

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