ACCOMMODATION The property is approached either from the rear elevation through double gates in to the back garden and rear porch or from the side where a door opens in to an entrance hallway with a tiled floor, stairs to the first floor with storage cupboard beneath. Doors open to ground floor accommodation including a beautifully light, airy and spacious living room with engineered wooden flooring, rear facing sash windows and a chimney breast with an open fireplace (space for a log burner if required). The room allows for a wide range of seating and display furniture. A separate utility room has a tiled floor, access to the central heating boiler, electric fuses and a fitted work surface with space and plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer and additional appliance beneath. The superb rear porch has plenty of space and hanging for coats and shoes and provides access off to a cloakroom with flush WC, wash basin and electric radiator. A stable style door from the lobby leads out to the rear garden. The superb open plan kitchen/diner is a naturally light and sociable space with the dining area having plenty of room for a large table and chairs and including period features such as parquet flooring, side facing sash window with integrated window seat, high skirtings and recessed fitted display cupboard with shelving over. The kitchen area has tiled floor and a range of matching modern wall and base units with roll edge work surfaces, tiled splash backs and ceramic drainer sink with mixer tap. Space and plumbing is available for a tall fridge freezer, freestanding cooker and hob.
The first floor landing features a loft hatch and doors off to three good size bedrooms, all which feature sash windows and can accommodate double beds as required. Exposed timber floor boards are continued in first floor rooms as well as the spacious, light and airy bathroom which includes a fitted shaver point, double glazed skylight window and an attractive white suite including flush WC, pedestal wash basin and P-shaped bath with separate rain head style shower over.
OUTSIDE The gardens, which wrap around the front, side and rear of the property, are a particular selling feature and will enjoy sunlight at various points throughout the day. A gate at the side boundary opens into a lawned area continuing both around the front toward a large timber shed and the rear, eventually meeting with the impressive patio which provides a great entertaining space enjoying a southerly aspect, soaking up much of the daytime sunshine. The plot benefits from a good degree of privacy provided by a combination of substantial fencing, trees and bushes, creating a child and pet friendly space. Separate single and double gates open to the rear access lane, providing potential enclosed off road parking if required.
LOCATION The property sits at the end of this sought after no through road, close to Clarks Village and the High Street, whilst there are a choice of five supermarkets with a short drive. Quality secondary schooling is available at the renowned Millfield senior school, Crispin school and Strode College all within reasonable walking distance. 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 all within a 5-10 minute walk.
SERVICES Mains gas, electric, water and drainage are connected. Gas central heating is installed.
LOUNGE 15' max x 12' 2" max (4.57m x 3.71m)
KITCHEN/DINER 17' + recesses x 9' 9" max (5.18m x 2.97m)
UTILITY ROOM 7' 2" x 5' 4" (2.18m x 1.63m)
CLOAKROOM 2' 11" x 5' 10" (0.89m x 1.78m)
BEDROOM 9' + recesses x 9' 11" (2.74m x 3.02m)
BEDROOM 11' 3" x 8' 8" in to recess (3.43m x 2.64m)
BEDROOM 11' 8" x 9' 3" max (3.56m x 2.82m)
BATHROOM 8' 4" max x 7' 4" (2.54m x 2.24m)
VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS Strictly via Cooper and Tanner on 01458 840 416. If arriving early please wait to be greeted by a member of our team.
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