Two Bedroom Cluster House

entrance hall living room refitted kitchen

two bedrooms refitted bathroom

gas-fired central heating upvc double glazed windows

front / side garden allocated parking

ACCOMMODATION (sizes are approximate and for guidance only)

ENTRANCE CANOPY courtesy light, step up to uPVC double glazed entrance door to

ENTRANCE HALL airing cupboard housing foam-dipped tank, wall-mounted consumer unit, door to

LIVING ROOM 14’ plus uPVC double glazed bay window x 12’ shortening to 10’3 at one end, understairs storage cupboard, further storage cupboard, single radiator, ladder radiator, digital control panel for central heating, telephone point, tv point, wood flooring, stairs to landing, opening to

REFITTED KITCHEN 8’2 x 7’1, double aspect, stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer taps and cupboard below, range of matching white hi-gloss wall, base and drawer units with fitted dark laminated work surfaces over, integrated electric hob and oven, space and plumbing for washing machine, space and plumbing for dishwasher, integrated fridge and freezer, wall-mounted gas-fired boiler (installed June 2019), two uPVC double glazed windows, part-tiled walls, wood laminate flooring

STAIRS TO LANDING access to loft space

BEDROOM 1 10’3 x 8’6, uPVC double glazed window, single radiator, built-in wardrobe cupboard with hanging space

BEDROOM 2 8’2 x 7’2, uPVC double glazed window, single radiator, built-in wardrobe cupboard with hanging space

REFITTED BATHROOM panel bath with mixer taps, wall-mounted shower unit, wall-mounted wash hand basin with mixer taps and cupboard below, concealed cistern dual-flush low-level wc, uPVC double glazed window, chrome ladder towel rail / radiator, part-tiled walls

FRONT / SIDE GARDEN entirely timber-decked with timber trellis balustrade, enclosed with dwarf panel fencing and mixed foliage hedging, pathway to entrance door

PARKING two allocated spaces

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