Guide Price £240,000

Terraced Property

  • Three Storey Period Town House
  • Beautifully Maintained
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Enclosed Gardens
  • Village Location. EPC Rating D.
This beautifully maintained period town house boasts a wealth of original features and provides well presented accommodation arranged over three floors including a living room, dining room and kitchen to the ground floor, two bedrooms and the family bathroom to the first floor, and a further bedroom to the second floor.

Benefiting from gas central heating and double glazing, the property enjoys a fully enclosed mature garden to the rear, with a further low maintenance gravelled garden to the front.

Situated at the very heart of the thriving south Nottinghamshire village of Ruddington, the property is conveniently situated for access to Nottingham City Centre, QMC and the M1 and only a stones throw away from a wealth of local facilities including excellent restaurants, public houses, shops, schools and the award winning Rushcliffe Country Park.

Viewing is highly recommended.


Shaw Street can be located off Church Street, Ruddington.


Wooden Entrance Door

With glazed light panels, leading into the:-

Living Room

Double glazed window with fitted shutters to the front elevation, an original feature cast iron open fireplace, under-stairs storage cupboard with coat hanging space and light, centre ceiling light set in a ceiling rose, coving to ceiling, wall lighting, radiator, and access through to the:-

Dining Room

Laminate flooring, centre ceiling light, coving to ceiling, a door accessing stairs which rise to the first floor, French doors leading out to the rear garden, and an archway leading through to the:-


Fitted with a range of wall, drawer and base units, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, four ring gas hob with an extractor fan over, electric oven, space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for a fridge/freezer.

Wall mounted Main combination boiler housed in a wall unit, tiled effect flooring, and double glazed windows to the rear and side elevations.


First Floor Landing

Stairs rising to the second floor, and doors leading to two bedrooms and the family bathroom.

Bedroom One

Double glazed window with fitted shutters to the front elevation, storage cupboard with shelving, centre ceiling light, radiator.

Bedroom Three

Double glazed windows to the rear elevation, original cast iron fireplace (not in use) with a wooden shelf over, centre ceiling light, coving to ceiling, radiator.

Family Bathroom

Fitted with a three piece suite comprising a low level flush w/c, wash hand basin with mixer tap, and a bath with a mixer tap and shower attachment over.

Tiled splash backs, laminate flooring, medicine cabinet, spotlighting, radiator, and a double glazed window to the rear elevation.


Second Floor Landing

Storage cupboard and access to:-

Bedroom Two

Velux window to the rear pitch, eaves storage, centre ceiling light, spotlighting, radiator,


To the front of the property there is a low maintenance gravelled garden with a dwarf wall to the front. A pathway leads to the FRONT ENTRANCE DOOR.

The fully enclosed rear garden includes a large patio area, with steps leading to the further garden area where there are four outbuildings/sheds ideal for storage, mature trees and shrubs, a shaped lawn, plus a further seating area at the rear. The garden also includes exterior lighting, power and tap, plus bin access shared with the neighbouring property.

Referral Arrangement Note

Thomas James Estate Agents always refer sellers (and will offer to refer buyers) to Fraser Brown, Premier Property Lawyers, Ives & Co, and Curtis & Parkinson for conveyancing services (as above). It is your decision as to whether or not you choose to deal with these conveyancers. Should you decide to use the conveyancers named above, you should know that Thomas James Estate Agents would receive a referral fee of between £120 and £240 including VAT from them, for recommending you to them.