ENTRANCE HALL Entrance via a ground floor entrance door with inset obscure glazed unit and outside light to
HALLWAY At ground floor level. Radiator. Ceiling light. Intruder alarm point. Stairs with wooden handrail leading to
LANDING Radiator. Door to storage cupboard with coat hanging rail. Smoke alarm. Door to Airing Cupboard with radiator and slatted linen shelving. Doors to all rooms. Loft hatch to attic space.
SITTING ROOM 15' 8" x 7' 3" (4.78m x 2.21m) Side and rear aspect UPVC double glazed windows. Coved ceiling. Ceiling light. Radiator. Television and telephone points.
KITCHEN 7' 8" x 5' 10" (2.34m x 1.78m) Fitted with a range of medium wood effect square panel fronted wall, floor and drawer units with contrasting square edged worktops over. Inset stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap. Built under stainless steel electric oven with inset stainless steel gas hob over and integrated extractor hood over. Integrated washer dryer. Under worktop fridge. Part tiled walls. Vinyl flooring. Wall mounted 'Worcester' gas fired combination boiler. Radiator. Inset ceiling spotlights. UPVC double glazed window.
BEDROOM 9' 7" x 7' 9" (2.92m x 2.36m) An unusual shaped room with front aspect with UPVC double glazed window. Radiator. Double sliding doors to fitted wardrobe with internal hanging rail and shelf. Coved ceiling. Ceiling light. Power points. Telephone point.
BATHROOM 6' 5" x 6' (1.96m x 1.83m) Fitted with a modern white suite comprising wood panelled bath with mixer tap and wall mounted shower over, inset vanity wash hand basin with double cupboard under and work top over, and close coupled WC. Part tiled walls. Extractor fan. Ceiling light. Radiator. Obscure UPVC double glazed window.
OUTSIDE The property benefits from a small shared garden/patio area.
PARKING The property benefits from one allocated parking space.
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