One Bedroom Terraced Bungalow

open-plan living room / kitchen bedroom

bathroom upvc double glazed conservatory

gas-fired central heating upvc double glazed windows

front garden rear garden single garage (in block of two)

cul-de-sac location

ACCOMMODATION (sizes are approximate and for guidance only)

ENTRANCE CANOPY outside gas and electric meters, step up to uPVC double glazed entrance door to

OPEN PLAN LIVING ROOM / KITCHEN 17’4 narrowing to 13’4 at one end x 13’, uPVC double glazed window, telephone point, tv point, double radiator

Kitchen: stainless steel single bowl sink unit with mixer tap and cupboards below, range of matching wall, base and drawer units with fitted light laminated work surfaces over, recess for cooker with extractor hood over, space and plumbing for washing machine, recess for fridge / freezer, part-tiled walls

BEDROOM 11’8 x 8′, double radiator, uPVC double glazed door with adjacent side window to conservatory, access to loft space with retractable ladder, wall-mounted Worcester Bosch gas-fired boiler for domestic hot water and central heating, door to

BATHROOM panel bath with mixer tap and wall-mounted shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low-level wc, uPVC double glazed window, part-tiled walls, light and shaver point, airing cupboard housing lagged tank and fitted shelving, wall-mounted control panel for hot water and heating

UPVC DOUBLE GLAZED CONSERVATORY 8’8 x 8’7, uPVC double glazed French doors to rear garden, double radiator

REAR GARDEN paved patio, area laid to lawn, stocked shrub borders, panel fencing, gated pedestrian rear access leading to

FRONT GARDEN open plan, area laid to lawn, pathway to entrance door

SINGLE GARAGE (right hand garage with blue door in block of two, to right hand side of the property), up and over door, pitched roof

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