A Victorian house that is surrounded by a white picket fence and a large back garden is on the market near Burton.
The period property is up for grabs in Clay Street, Stapenhill, and comes with a price tag of £335,000.
It is being sold by Newton Fallowell and has five bedrooms and two bathrooms.
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A spokesman said: "Newton Fallowell is pleased to be able to offer for sale this very spacious, four-bedroom, Victorian detached home which is located in one of the most popular local areas. With both gas fired central heating and UPVC double glazing, the well-equipped home features well planned and thoughtfully arranged accommodation.
"In brief, it comprises of an entrance lobby, entrance hall, bay windowed front sitting room, a rear sitting room, a large breakfast kitchen, a ground floor shower room, and a rear entrance. On the first floor, a half landing leads to a large family bathroom, while the main landing leads to four well-proportioned bedrooms and a box room/ nursery.
"Outside the front, there is a block paved driveway that provides parking and leads to a large attached garage. To the rear is a large, mainly lawned, garden. There are two useful brick-built stores together with a further covered seating area."
At the entrance of the house, there is a hardwood door leading to the lobby, which boasts a Terrazzo tiling to floor.
The entrance hall has deep skirting boards and aneasy tread staircase rising to the first floor, as well as limed oak laminate flooring and UPVC double glazed doorway opening and overlooking the back garden.
The front sitting room has a walk-in square bay window looking out on the front as well as a feature slate fireplace surmounted on a black tiled hearth.
The second reception room has full-height period storage cupboards.
The re-fitted breakfast kitchen has an array of cream fronted base units with solid maple stripped working surfaces over it, a Belfast sink with swan neck mixer taps over, a fitted gas cooker point and ceramic tiling to floor.
The bathroom has an oversized shower enclosure and there is also a rear lobby.
Upstairs there is a half landing with an obscure period doorway opening through into the family bathroom. On the main landing the main bedroom has three double built-in wardrobes with cupboards over and drawers under, a fitted kneehole dressing table and a UPVC double glazed sash style window looking out over the front.
It also has four other bedrooms.
A spokesman said of the outside: "A block paved driveway to the front provides ample parking and leads to an attached garage. To the rear is a lovely mature garden screened to either side by timber fencing with concrete posts and gravel boards.
"There is a large crazy paved patio area which in turn leads to a large and mature garden with evergreen shrubs and a range of mature trees. There are two useful brick-built stores."