The property is set well back from the main road. On entering a spacious hallway provides access to all the ground floor reception rooms. The front reception room has a dual aspect with a glorious tall front bay and original features namely picture rails and coved ceilings. There is also a fireplace. To the rear is the dining room and the morning room.
The kitchen/breakfast room is c.22'7 and in addition there is a utility area and useful cloakroom. The original cellar, with brick floor, is ideal for storage and is also ripe for conversion.
On the first floor is a wonderful master bedroom which is bay fronted (affording this room glorious sunlight). Bedroom 2 has an en suite shower and the family bathroom is located at the rear of the property adjoining Bedroom 3.
On the second floor are two further attic bedrooms, both of which have generous ceiling height.
Outside, 136 Leckhampton Road is set back from the road. There is a shingle driveway and c.30'+ detached block-built garage/workshop. The garden (which is in excess of 75') is mature has a paved terrace and ornamental pond.
The property is heated by gas fired central heating and is double glazed. Although the property would benefit from updating in parts it offers an exceptional opportunity for any incoming purchaser to live in a splendid house with an abundance of charm and potential seldom seen.
Having used another lettings agent before and finding the process not so easy, and when problems encountered taking a over a week to rectify, I would definitely use the service provided by Read Maurice again.