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Who can’t resist a Victorian Terrace, especially one so lovingly looked after! A far cry from its era, 16 Jacklyn’s Lane has been brought gently into the 21st Century with rooms being opened up and fresh clean décor to create a home that feels lovely and light and spacious throughout. A small porch leads you through the front door and straight into the Living Room. East ward facing this room will be filled with the morning sunshine thanks to the lovely bay window. The wood burning stove creates a focal point and will, in the colder months, make everything toasty for you. As you will see there’s space for a couple of sofa’s and a coffee table, and as you would expect with a house of this age, the alcoves either side of the chimney breast provide the opportunity for shelves and storage. An archway with its corbels hinting at days gone by takes you into the dining room. This is a really lovely size and will be a great space for everyday eating or entertaining. The stairs to the first floor accommodation sit in this room and we love how creative the owners have been with the use of the space under them. Bespoke shelving has been installed not only creating a lovely feature to the room but also cleverly concealing an under stairs store cupboard. Simply push back the middle shelving to reveal this valuable space for keeping clutter at bay. On the other side you will also find something else you wouldn’t expect. Open the French doors and you will find a very useful boot room leading straight out onto the garden (this is your main access to the back of the house). Muddy dogs and muddy boots will no longer be a problem with this great space at your disposal! The galley style kitchen sits at the back of the house where there’s a good balance of cupboard space and room for a cooker, fridge/freezer and washing machine, and a semi-glazed door takes you through to a very useful shower room & WC. Furthermore, the eager Kirstie Allsopp’s amongst you might like to investigate the potential for knocking down a couple of walls and/or extending to open up the space and create a more open plan kitchen/dining room. Upstairs to the first floor where you will find two good sized bedrooms, a double and a single which boasts yet more valuable concealed storage. There’s also the main bathroom which like the rest of the house is spacious, fresh and clean and home to the airing cupboard and the boiler. This house really does save the best till last with one more surprise up its sleeve! Stairs from the landing take you to a fabulous loft conversion where you will find the third bedroom of the house full of light, space and more of that well thought out storage space in its eaves. Westerly facing it will be basked in sunshine from the afternoon into the evening and is a lovely place to escape to at the end of a busy day. Outside and into the back west facing garden which won’t disappoint either. A patio provides the perfect spot in summer months to sit and enjoy the evening sunshine with a glass of something chilled. The lawn is lined by established flower beds and pathway which leads to a bench, and another opportunity to sit and enjoy the garden. There are raised beds and a greenhouse at the end of the garden for the green-fingered enthusiasts amongst you and two gates give you access to the parking opportunity at Perins School and a path which will take you round the back of the terrace of houses and round to the front of the property.