A three bedroom end of terrace 1950’s house having been modernised throughout by the current owner.
- Entrance hall with feature chrome spindles
- Front aspect lounge
- Rear aspect sitting room with bi-fold doors to garden
- White high gloss contemporary style kitchen
- Rear “boot room”
- Ground floor utility wc
- Three bedrooms
- Three piece contemporary bathroom with luxury shower
- Gas heating and double glazing
- Enclosed “marbled” pebble and artificially grassed rear garden
ENTRANCE HALL via part panelled part frosted double glazed front door with adjacent frosted double glazed window, stairs rising to first floor with feature chrome contemporary style spindles, panel effect doors to lounge and sitting room with brushed steel furniture, single panelled radiator, brushed steel power and light fittings, plain plastered ceiling.
LOUNGE 12ft 5 (3.67m) x 10ft 8 (3.26m) front aspect room via double glazed window, feature anthracite vertical radiator, brushed steel effect power and light fittings with integrated USB chargers, plain plastered ceiling.
SITTING ROOM 17ft 5 (5.32m) x 12ft 5 (3.78m) reducing to 11ft 3 (3.43m) rear aspect room via double glazed feature bi-fold doors opening out onto decked and artificially grassed rear garden, feature anthracite vertical radiator, brushed steel effect power and light points, feature concealing ceiling lighting behind feature panel and spider leg contemporary light fittings, panel effect door with brushed steel effect furniture leading through to kitchen.
KITCHEN 10ft 6 (3.20m) x 7ft 1 (2.17m) easterly facing side aspect room via double glazed window, refitted contemporary high gloss kitchen with flecked granite effect work surfaces, matching splashback, one and half bowl inset sink unit with monobloc mixer tap over, range of storage cupboards and drawers under, further pull out pantry, built-in black steel electric oven with four ring gas hob with brushed steel splashback and brushed steel and glass cooker hood with integrated lighting, integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher, space for washing machine, wood grain effect flooring, cupboard concealing boiler, brushed steel power and light fittings with integrated USB chargers, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights, door to boot room.
BOOT ROOM 8ft (2.45m) x 3ft 5 (1.04m) side and rear aspect, to the rear double glazed window, to the side double glazed door leading out onto decked and artificially grassed rear garden, inset ceiling spotlights, door to utility wc.
UTILITY WC 5ft 4 (1.64m) x 4ft 4 (1.32m) close coupled w.c with concealing cistern, white wall mounted wash hand basin with chrome tap.
FIRST FLOOR GALLERIED LANDING contemporary style panel effect doors to all rooms with brushed steel effect furniture, brushed steel power and light fittings, galleried landing with contemporary style chrome spindles, access to room space via pull down ladder.
BEDROOM 1 12ft 4 (3.77m) x 11ft (3.36m) rear aspect room via double glazed window overlooking rear gardens, single panelled radiator, brushed steel power and light fittings, plain plastered ceiling.
BEDROOM 2 12ft 4 (3.78m) reducing to 10ft 6 (3.21m) x 8ft 6 (2.61m) southerly front aspect room via double glazed window, single panelled radiator, brushed steel power and light fittings, built-in double wardrobe concealing hanging rail and blanket storage cupboards over.
BEDROOM 3 9ft 2 (2.80m) reducing to 6ft (1.82m) x 8ft (2.45m) reducing to 4ft 10 (1.49m) L-shaped front aspect room via double glazed window, single panelled radiator, brushed steel power and light fittings, plain plastered ceiling.
CONTEMPORARY BATHROOM 6ft 1 (1.87m) x 5ft 10 (1.80m) modern white three piece suite comprising P-shaped panel enclosed bath with chrome waterfall bath mixer taps, pop-up waste, feature contemporary triple jet wash curved brushed steel effect shower mixer with chrome controls, separate hand held chrome shower head, curved shower tower, floating ceramic wall mounted wash hand basin with chrome waterfall tap and pop-up waste, close coupled w.c with concealed cistern, chrome towel rail/radiator, stone effect tiling around bath and splashback over sink and wc, vinyl flooring, plain plastered ceiling, extractor fan, frosted rear aspect double glazed window.
OUTSIDE to the front of the property there is a forecourt approach, to the rear there is an enclosed rear garden with “marbled” pebble and artificial grass area, covered side area by boot room, side wooden gate.
NB: AGENTS NOTES an internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate the size, layout and finish of this contemporary modernised property that has been sympathetically refurbished by the current owner and situated close to shops in Winter Road and Milton Park.
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