Three Bedroom Older-Style House in Semi-Rural Location

entrance hall / utility area refitted cloakroom kitchen

dining room lobby sitting room

bath / shower room dressing room two first floor bedrooms

second floor loft room / bedroom 3 front garden

shingle driveway with allocated parking space

rear garden semi-rural location adjacent to National Trust woodland

ACCOMMODATION (sizes are approximate and for guidance only)

ENTRANCE CANOPY courtesy light, grey composite entrance door with glazed inserts to

ENTRANCE HALL / UTILITY AREA 7’ x 6’10, space and plumbing for washing machine, further appliance space, tiled floor with under-floor heating, beamed ceiling, recessed downlighter, secondary double glazed window, door to kitchen, door to

REFITTED CLOAKROOM concealed-cistern low-level wc, counter top-mounted wash hand basin with monobloc mixer tap and double cupboard below, colour-washed timber panelling, tiled floor with under-floor heating, chrome radiator, extractor fan

KITCHEN 11’ x 9′, ceramic twin bowl sink unit with mixer taps and cupboards below, range of matching colour-washed wall, base and drawer units with fitted wood work surfaces over, built-in five-ring LPG-fired gas hob (Calor Gas) with electric double oven below, space and plumbing for tumble dryer, space and plumbing for dishwasher, recess for fridge / freezer, part-tiled walls, wood-effect laminated flooring, recessed downlighters, secondary double glazed window, beamed arch to

DINING ROOM 12’ plus recess x 11’ plus recess to side of chimney breast, cupboard housing wall-mounted electric boiler for domestic hot water and central heating with adjacent controls, fireplace with fitted wood burner and tiled hearth, double radiator, two sets of fitted shelving, under-stairs storage recess with light, cupboard housing electric meter and consumer unit, door to

LOBBY timber stairs to landing, door to

SITTING ROOM 16’ x 11’ (to either side of chimney breast), brick-built fireplace with fitted wood burner, tiled hearth and timber mantle, base cupboards, two wall light points, beamed ceiling, double glazed window, radiator, part-glazed double doors to rear garden

TIMBER STAIRS TO HALF LANDING

BATH / SHOWER ROOM 10’ x 7’, claw foot bath with telephone-style mixer taps and shower attachment and tiled splash border, low-level wc, pedestal wash hand basin with cross-head mixer taps, tiled shower cubicle with wall-mounted chrome shower unit and attachment, shaver point, radiator, secondary double-glazed window

TIMBER STAIRS TO LANDING / STUDY AREA 15’ x 6’, timber floor, secondary double-glazed window, airing cupboard housing foam-dipped tank and fitted shelving, door to

DRESSING ROOM 11’ x 9’, timber floor, radiator, two wall light points, two built-in single wardrobe cupboards, part-glazed door to

BEDROOM 1 11′ x 8’, radiator, secondary double glazed window

BEDROOM 2 11′ x 8’, radiator, secondary double glazed window, timber floor, one built-in double wardrobe cupboard, one built-in single wardrobe cupboard

STAIRS TO SECOND FLOOR LANDING

BEDROOM 3 / LOFT ROOM 15′ x 12’ plus storage and eaves storage, two Velux windows, radiator, fitted bunk bed

FRONT GARDEN paved patio, area laid to lawn, timber summerhouse / garden store: 10’ x 7’ with power and light (previously used as a home office), close-boarded fencing, gated access to shingle driveway with allocated parking space

REAR GARDEN paved patio, raised flower borders, brick wall, brick-built barbecue, close-boarded fencing, gated pedestrian access

AGENTS NOTE septic tank drainage

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