One Bed Cluster House with Garden (Freehold)
♦ open entrance porch & outside store ♦ living room ♦ refitted kitchen ♦
♦ bedroom ♦ bathroom ♦ gas-fired central heating ♦
♦ upvc double glazed windows ♦
♦ corner garden ♦ two parking spaces ♦ cul-de-sac location ♦
ACCOMMODATION (sizes are approximate and for guidance only)
OPEN ENTRANCE PORCH built-in outside storage cupboard housing gas and electric meters, uPVC double glazed entrance door to
LIVING ROOM 15’ x 13’ max. narrowing to 8’, L-shaped, double aspect, stairs to landing, two uPVC double glazed windows, fitted laminated work surface with cupboard below and adjacent storage recess, two radiators, square arch to
REFITTED KITCHEN 6’ x 6’, stainless steel single sink unit with mixer taps and cupboards below, range of matching white wall, base and drawer units incorporating one slimline storage cupboard, fitted grey slate-effect laminated work surfaces over, built-in four-ring electric hob with fitted stainless steel / glass extractor hood over and fitted electric oven below, uPVC double glazed window, part-tiled walls, space for fridge / freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine
STAIRS TO LANDING built-in wardrobe cupboard
BEDROOM 13’ x 8’, uPVC double glazed window, access to loft space with fitted light and fitted ladder, wall-mounted gas-fired combination boiler for domestic hot water and central heating
BATHROOM panel bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low-level wc, part-tiled walls, uPVC double glazed window, chrome ladder towel rail / radiator
GARDEN area laid to lawn, timber garden shed, mature conifer screen
PARKING dropped kerb with one space to front of property plus further allocated parking space in the cul-de-sac to the right of the property (turn left just past No. 1 into the cul-de-sac).
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