Counting Chickens? Maybe, but I feel very confidant
The current appearance of the 21' lounge, showing the long, useable dining area and double patio doors to the back garden.
I can't say the regency stripes are really me; and the 3-piece suite doesn't exactly float any vessels of any kind. Good job that's not included! I find the huge fire place a little grand, also.
There's obviously a kitchen, which is a good size 9'7 x 8'3, plus two storage rooms and a downstairs wc.
Here's the master bedroom, complete with frilly bedlinen and floral curtains... H'mm. Perhaps something more manly is required.
But the room's a good size 12'7 x 9'9 and has those handy fitted cupboards. The other bedrooms are 11'6 x 11'5 (square, without chimney breasts or funny extrusions) and a very useable single 11'11 x 6'10.
At this stage, I'm planning to rent out the Master, leaving the square room as an office and having the single room for myself.
There's also a bathroom, with a separate wc.
Ah, now, the garden...
H'mm, looks like some serious hard work has gone on here, and (much more alarmingly for this first-floor-flat-dweller), will be required in days to come. Anyone know a decent gardener? But the patio certainly looks like an option for barbeques or maybe, in time, a hot tub.
One of the most attractive features of this property is that rather than the current deal of £50-odd per year for a Residents' Parking Permit which entitles you to go and park somewhere else because all the spaces near your home are occupied already, this house is in a quiet close with plenty of opportunities for vehicles to be left unattended.