Outwoods Street, Burton-On-Trent
Trent and Mersey Canal
Offside Water's Edge
This period terraced house is set in a fantastic canalside position on the edge of Burton upon Trent. It backs onto the offside bank of the Trent and Mersey Canal, and enjoys a delightful green backdrop thanks to the tree lined corridor of the canal. At the end of the road there is a lovely park, giving access to the National Cycle Network, and a leisure centre beyond.
The houses in this area are set back from the road with paved frontages, allowing for off road parking for one car. There is a private alley to the right of the house providing access to the rear of this property and its neighbour.
The front door is set under a characterful gothic arch, and opens into a small porch which leads on to the entrance hall. Doors off the hallway open to the sitting room, dining room, and kitchen in turn. The sitting room is a delightful room with a large bay window to the front and an open fireplace. The dining room is also a lovely room with a window overlooking the back garden and a gas fireplace. The modern kitchen is well fitted, and benefits from a pantry which contains the boiler, a breakfast bar, and a window to the side. Beyond the kitchen is a utility room with a window to the rear and a door to the garden. Finally beyond the utility room there is a small shower room.
Stairs rise from the hallway to the first floor landing. To the front there is a good sized double bedroom and a smaller single bedroom. The master bedroom is a good sized double with a window looking out over the back garden. Further to the rear is a bathroom with a window to the side and beyond this is a small double with a window overlooking the back garden.
The garden is very attractive, mainly lawned, and edged with mature shrubs. It stretches back to the canalside where a couple of steps lead up to a paved area shaded by mature trees. This area has fantastic views over the canal and has great potential to create a beautiful terrace or a short mooring subject to CRT permission.