- Two bedroom semi- detached house
- Driveway for two cars
- Potential to extend (STPP)
- Noak Bridge village location
- Situated on Main Bus route
- Wrap around garden
- Corner position
- Easy access to A127 leading to M25
Immaculate two bedroom semi-detached house set in a secluded position in popular Noak Bridge village. Offering own drive for two cars, garage and wrap around garden providing perfect opportunity for extension (STPP).
Entering Handleys Chase you pass the tranquil duck pond and tree lined green and continue to the end of the road where you find this property tucked away. Its secluded position is one that the current owners have enjoyed for more than 20 years. A drive for two cars leads to the garage, providing further parking or ample storage space if required.
The hedging to the frontage entices you to the front door where you enter this quaint home. Once inside the stairs immediately climb up and round to the first floor with a handy under stair cupboard and the hallway leads you to the lounge/diner. This room, spanning the depth of the property, has views to the front and sliding patio doors leading to the wrap around garden. The added advantage here is the possible opportunity to extend due to the plot layout (STPP). The kitchen is fitted with a range of white wall and base units and comes complete with fitted undercounter electric oven and gas hob over.
The first floor reveals two good sized double bedrooms and family bathroom comprising of bath with shower over. Located on the landing is a large cupboard and access to the loft which is boarded giving further storage options.
Externally, the neat rear garden is edged with flowers, shrubs and trees with feature gravel borders and a small pond. The garden extends to the side with rear access to the garage, shed and gate to the front of the house. The garage has a pitched roof and is part boarded for more storage and has power and lighting.
The home is gas centrally heated via a combi boiler renewed just two year ago along with the double glazing and doors. To keep things low maintenance the soffits have been replaced with UPVC together with new gutting throughout.
Please view the video tour to appreciate this accommodation.
Lounge/diner 19'1' x 10' (5.82m x 3.09m)
Kitchen 9'7' X 6'3' (2.92m x 1.92m)
Bedroom one 13'1' x 9'5' > 7'5' (4.01m x 2.88m > 2.29m)
Bedroom two 12' x 9'11' (3.69m x 3.03m)
EPC Rating C
Council Tax Band C
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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