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  • Sitting room with study area
  • Kitchen
  • Dining room
  • Cloakroom/utility room
  • Three bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • South facing garden
  • Garden shed
  • Residents’ on street parking permit


A very pretty and well presented Victorian house fronting one of the charming narrow streets in the old part of the city leading down to the Cathedral and around the College, within walking distance of the city centre. 70 Canon Street is a rather special colour washed Victorian house, well presented throughout, a great deal of charm, and many of the period features have been carefully retained. It is set back from Canon Street with a small walled and gated garden to the front, and the front door opens into an entrance vestibule. The well proportioned sitting room has a study area, oak floor, fireplace with gas coal effect fire and a most useful deep understairs storage cupboard. There is a turned staircase up to the first floor. Steps lead down into the fitted kitchen, wood panelled fronted units, granite worktops, various integrated appliances and oak floor. A further door leads through into the dining room which has a glazed door to the south facing garden, a cupboard housing a Worcester gas fired boiler, oak floor, and stairs descend to a cloakroom/utility room. On the first floor there is a small landing, main bedroom with built in wardrobe cupboard and door through to the bathroom. The second bedroom has a basin, wardrobe cupboards. There is a concealed staircase rising up to the second floor and third bedroom with eaves storage and long views to the south over the adjoining gardens and roof tops to St Catherine's Hill. The garden lies on the south side and is accessed from the dining room It is paved with raised brick edged beds, planted with a variety of mature shrubs, climbers and roses. There is a garden shed and the boundaries are defined by an old brick wall and fencing.