- Two bedrooms
- Mews location
- Two parking spaces
- Close to local shopping facilities
- South facing garden
- Easy access to A127 and M25
- Nearby nature reserve
This visually appealing 2 bedroom house is situated in a private cul-de-sac off Bramble Tye benefiting from a garage and parking for two cars. Located in popular Noak Bridge with its useful convenience store/post office and 20 acre Nature Reserve and A127 with its M25 access just a two minute drive.
Stepping through the vibrant red front door into this super home, the stairs lead directly to the first floor and the oak affect laminate flooring draws you through to the dual aspect lounge/diner with French doors lead directly onto the sunny rear south facing garden, perfect for entertaining with an initial decked area and lawn beyond. The white shaker style kitchen to the side with integrated electric oven and hob will not disappoint. The double glazed windows have been replaced by the current owners only five years ago. The first floor offers two good size bedrooms and bathroom.
A nice size hall with extra light courtesy of a small front facing window. Wood effect flooring, radiator, inset ceiling spotlights, useful understairs cupboard.
LOUNGE/DINER 5.92m(19'5'') x 3.07m(10'1'')
Dual aspect having a large front facing double glazed window and French doors leading out to the South facing garden.
2 radiators, laminate flooring, telephone socket, TV socket.
KITCHEN 2.92m(9'7'') x 1.91m(6'3'')
Modern range of white units with built-in electric hob with oven below and integrated extractor hood above. Smooth ceiling with spot downlighters.
Reasonably new combi Valliant Boiler, spaces for washing machine and fridge/freezer.
1ST FLOOR LANDING
Stairs from hall to 1st floor landing with Loft access and the airing cupboard.
BEDROOM ONE 3.45m(11'4'') x 3.10m(10'2'')
Rear facing double glazed window, radiator. carpet
BEDROOM TWO 4.01m(13'2'') x 2.39m(7'10'')
2 x Front facing double glazed windows, radiator, big cupboard going over the stairs. Carpet, fitted wardrobes
BATHROOM 1.93m(6'4'') x 1.70m(5'7'')
With a white suite and rear facing double glazed window with obscure glass. Radiator and recessed spotlights within the ceiling.
The rear garden is neat and tidy with a decking area and lawn. South facing.
No.28 is set within a small cul-de-sac with its Garage just across the other side of the mews, with parking for 2 cars in front.
EPC rating C
Council tax band C
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