Two Bedroom Mid-Terrace House

entrance canopy entrance hall kitchen living room

upvc double glazed conservatory two bedrooms bathroom

gas-fired central heating upvc double glazed windows

front garden rear garden single garage (in a block) allocated parking

ACCOMMODATION (sizes are approximate and for guidance only)

ENTRANCE CANOPY outside courtesy light, uPVC double glazed composite door with glazed inserts to

ENTRANCE HALL double radiator, storage cupboard with hanging space and fitted shelving, wall-mounted thermostat

KITCHEN 7’5 x 7’2, one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap and cupboards below, range of matching wall, base and drawer units with tiled work surfaces over, recess for cooker, recess for fridge / freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine, wall-mounted Worcester gas-fired boiler for domestic hot water and central heating, adjacent digital control panel, uPVC double glazed window

LIVING ROOM 15’9 x 12’6, wrought-iron turning stairs to landing, double radiator, telephone point, tv point, uPVC double glazed windows and adjacent side door to

UPVC DOUBLE GLAZED CONSERVATORY 11’8 x 11’8, wood-effect laminate flooring, uPVC sliding patio doors to rear garden


BEDROOM 1 10’5 x 8’3, uPVC double glazed window, single radiator, mirror-fronted triple wardrobe with hanging space and shelving, tv point

BEDROOM 2 12’6 x 7’6, uPVC double glazed window, single radiator, airing cupboard housing lagged tank and fitted shelving, access to loft space

BATHROOM panel bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, wall-mounted wash hand basin, low-level wc, extractor fan, radiator, part-tiled walls

REAR GARDEN fully-paved with shrub border to one side and the rear, panel fencing to both sides and the rear

SINGLE GARAGE IN A BLOCK (situated to right hand side of the property when looking from the front door), up and over door


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