ACCOMMODATION The property is approached principally from the front elevation where the main entrance is sheltered by a storm porch and a uPVC obscure double glazed door opens in to an entrance vestibule with doors to the cloakroom and also through in to the main living accommodation. The well-proportioned lounge has TV aerial and telephone points, enclosed stairs rising to the first floor and ample space for a range of seating and display furniture. The room's focal point features a stone effect fireplace with wooden mantle. The gas connection is currently capped although could be re-instated subject to regulations. Obscure glazed double doors open through to the light and airy kitchen/diner which features rear facing window and double glazed sliding doors out to the garden, tiled flooring throughout, ample space for a generous dining table and chairs and a large under stair storage cupboard. The kitchen itself comprises a modern range of matching wall and base units with roll edge work surfaces and tiled splash backs, stainless steel drainer sink with mixer tap, access to the combination gas boiler and space and plumbing for a washing machine and gas or electric freestanding cooker with hood over.
The first floor landing includes loft access, airing cupboard with fitted shelving and radiator and doors off to the beautifully presented family bathroom with fully tiled walls and a modern white suite comprising flush WC, pedestal wash basin and bath with mixer shower over. The three bedrooms include a single room with an over stairs fitted wardrobe and two double bedrooms also both featuring good size fitted wardrobes with shelving and hanging. The master benefits from TV aerial and telephone points.
OUTSIDE The property is located towards the end of the cul-de-sac and a dropped kerb leads across the pavement on to a larger than average driveway leading down the side elevation, providing off-road parking comfortably for three or four vehicles, access to the garage and a gate opening in to the rear garden. The garage features a pitched roof providing potential storage space, power points and lighting, concrete floor and a rear facing double glazed window for natural light. The remainder of the front garden is laid partially to lawn with a small flower bed at the front of the property and a pathway leading through to the main entrance. The rear garden can be accessed via the side elevation or from the patio doors opening from the kitchen/diner to a paved patio area providing a pleasant entertaining spot. A pathway spans the remainder of the rear elevation. The rest of the garden is laid to stone chippings for ease of maintenance although should this be returned to turf would provide an excellent sized family friendly garden which is fenced and walled to all sides. A water supply is also available at the rear elevation.
LOCATION The property enjoys a cul-de-sac position within a popular residential part of the town within easy walking distance of Brookside Academy. Secondary education is provided locally by the renowned Millfield senior school, Crispin school and Strode College. Shoppers enjoy the busy High Street and added bonus of Clarks Village Factory Outlets. There are a choice of five supermarkets within a short drive. Street is well served by doctors and dentists, has indoor and outdoor swimming pools, sports and fitness clubs and a popular Theatre/Cinema. The town has a variety of pubs and restaurants.
SERVICES Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are connected and Gas Central Heating is installed.
KITCHEN/DINER 15' 5" x 9' 9" (4.7m x 2.97m)
LOUNGE 12' 9" x 12' 3" + stairs (3.89m x 3.73m)
CLOAKROOM 2' 11" x 5' 6" (0.89m x 1.68m)
BEDROOM ONE 11' 6" + wardrobe x 8' 9" min (3.51m x 2.67m)
BEDROOM TWO 9' 2" + wardrobe x 9' 10" min (2.79m x 3m)
BEDROOM THREE 8' 2" max x 6' 5" max (2.49m x 1.96m)
BATHROOM 6' 3" x 5' 9" (1.91m x 1.75m)
VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS Strictly via Cooper and Tanner on 01458 840416. If arriving early please wait to be greeted by a member of our team.
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