Three Bedroom Older-Style End-of-Terrace House

entrance hall living room dining room

kitchen three bedrooms bathroom separate wc

gas-fired central heating upvc double glazed windows

front garden rear garden vacant possession

OPEN ENTRANCE PORCH part-glazed entrance door to

ENTRANCE HALL stairs to landing, door to dining room, door to

LIVING ROOM 18’11 x 11’5 (5.71m x 3.49m), double aspect, two uPVC double glazed windows, fitted gas fire with back boiler for domestic hot water and central heating, radiator, door to kitchen

DINING ROOM 9’1 x 8’10 (2.81m x 2.69m), double radiator, uPVC double glazed window

KITCHEN 12’ x 8’10 (3.66m x 2.69m), single bowl sink unit with cupboards below, range of matching wall, base and drawer units with fitted laminated work surfaces over, recess for cooker with fitted extractor hood over, space and plumbing for washing machine, space and plumbing for dishwasher, space for fridge / freezer, uPVC double glazed window, part-glazed door to rear, under-stairs storage cupboard housing electric meter, wall-mounted consumer unit and gas meter

STAIRS TO LANDING airing cupboard housing tank

BEDROOM 1 11’6 x 10’5 (3.52m x 3.18m plus door recess), uPVC double glazed window, radiator, built-in double wardrobe cupboard, access to loft space

BEDROOM 2 12’5 x 8’11 (3.78m x 2.73m), uPVC double glazed window, radiator, built-in double wardrobe cupboard

BEDROOM 3 8’2 x 8’1 (2.50m x 2.48m), uPVC double glazed window, radiator, built-in single wardrobe cupboard

BATHROOM panel bath with mixer taps, pedestal wash hand basin, towel rail / radiator, separate high-level wc, uPVC double glazed window

REAR GARDEN paved patio, area laid to lawn, shrub border, timber fencing, gated pedestrian side access leading to

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


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