ENTRANCE HALL Mosaic tiles to floor and uPVC double glazed door to front aspect and door leading into:
LOUNGE/DINING ROOM 24' 2" x 15' 2" (7.37m x 4.62m) uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect and uPVC double glazed French doors to the garden. A feature fireplace and coving to the textured ceiling. Wooden flooring, two radiators and storage cupboard. Television aerial point and telephone point.
KITCHEN 10' 4" x 7' 9" (3.15m x 2.36m) Inset sink with a mixer tap, range of eye and base level cupboard with drawers. Integrated Oven and grill with a four ring gas hob and extractor fan above, integrated dishwasher and integrated fridge. Splashbacks, radiator and spot lights to the coved and textured ceiling. Tiled floor and uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect.
HALLWAY 7' 7" x 2' 11" (2.31m x 0.89m) Tiled floor, storage cupboard housing the combination boiler and washing machine. door to the side aspect.
BATHROOM 8' 3" x 7' 10" (2.51m x 2.39m) A three piece suite comprising a L/LWC, pedestal with WHB and a bath with a wall mounted shower. Radiator, coving to the smooth ceiling and extractor fan. uPVC double glazed obscured window to the rear aspect.
LANDING 12' 2" x 5' 3" (3.71m x 1.6m) A spacious landing with a radiator, storage cupboard and loft access to the coved ceiling.
BEDROOM 1 15' 1" x 9' 5" (4.6m x 2.87m) uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect, radiator and feature ornamental fireplace. Radiator and coving to the ceiling.
BEDROOM 2 12' 3" x 9' 5" (3.73m x 2.87m) uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect, radiator, tv aerial point and coving to the ceiling.
BEDROOM 3 10' x 8' (3.05m x 2.44m) uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect, radiator and smooth ceiling.
GARDEN A generous sized with a paved patio providing alfresco dining and a pathway leading to the Brick built storage workshop. Attractive flower/shrub borders.
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