Two Bedroom Mid-Terrace House

entrance canopy living room refitted kitchen

two bedrooms bathroom electric heating

upvc double glazed windows front garden rear garden

single garage (in a block) & designated space in front cul-de-sac location

ACCOMMODATION (sizes are approximate and for guidance only)

ENTRANCE CANOPY outside storage cupboard housing gas and electric meters, courtesy light, timber entrance door with glazed insert to

LIVING ROOM 18’6 x 11’8, uPVC double glazed window, night storage heater, wood laminate flooring, telephone point, tv point

REFITTED KITCHEN 11’7 x 7’1, stainless steel single bowl sink unit with mixer tap and cupboards below, range of matching wall, base and drawer units with fitted Oak timber work surfaces over, integrated electric oven and hob, space and plumbing for washing machine, space and plumbing for dishwasher, recess for fridge and freezer, uPVC double glazed door with adjacent side window, part-tiled walls, extractor fan

STAIRS TO LANDING access to loft space

BEDROOM 1 11’8 x 11’1, uPVC double glazed window, wall-mounted electric heater, built-in five-door wardrobe cupboard with hanging space and shelving

BEDROOM 2 11’8 x 8’ narrowing to 5’8 at one end, uPVC double glazed window, built-in double wardrobe cupboard with hanging space and shelving

BATHROOM low-level wc, pedestal wash hand basin, panel bath with wall-mounted electric shower unit and attachment, part-tiled walls, extractor fan, airing cupboard housing foam-dipped tank and fitted shelving

FRONT GARDEN open plan, pathway to entrance door, raised timber flower bed, shingle area

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

SINGLE GARAGE (in a block to the left of the property) plus designated parking space in front


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