One Bedroom Corner House

entrance canopy double aspect living room refitted kitchen

bedroom refitted bathroom upvc double glazed windows

front & side gardens allocated parking space cul-de-sac location

ACCOMMODATION (sizes are approximate and for guidance only)

ENTRANCE CANOPY with outside storage cupboard, part-glazed entrance door to

LIVING ROOM 13’ x 15’ max. narrowing to 8’, L-shaped, double aspect, two uPVC double glazed windows, gas-fired heater, tv point, telephone point, open-tread wrought-iron turning stairs to landing, square arch to

REFITTED KITCHEN 6’ x 6’, single bowl sink unit with cupboards below, range of matching wood-effect wall, base and drawer units incorporating two wall-mounted glass-fronted cupboards, fitted laminated work surfaces over, recess for cooker, gas cooker point, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge / freezer, part-tiled walls, fitted shelves, uPVC double glazed window

WROUGHT-IRON TURNING STAIRS TO LANDING airing cupboard housing foam-dipped tank and fitted shelving, immersion heater

BEDROOM 11’ (minimum) plus five built-in wardrobe cupboards (two with mirror-fronted doors) x 8’, fitted shelving, uPVC double glazed window

REFITTED BATHROOM timber-panelled bath with mixer taps, wall-mounted Triton electric shower unit and attachment, shower curtain, pedestal wash hand basin, dual-flush low-level wc, part-tiled walls, uPVC double glazed window

FRONT / SIDE GARDEN pathway to entrance door, well stocked with a selection of shrubs including Red Robin, Azalea, variegated foliage, Palm and Twisted Willow, timber garden shed, shingle / paved area

PARKING allocated space (access via Cornwall Road)

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