- Three bedrooms
- Main bedroom with en-suite
- Off-street parking
- Popular Noak Bridge location
- Modern fully fitted kitchen
- Overlooking tree lined green
Beautiful weather boarded three bedroom semi-detached house overlooking a tree lined green in Noak Bridge village. Offering an attractive kitchen diner with integral appliances and a good size rear garden in addition to ensuite to main bedroom along with a modern family bathroom.
Noak Bridge Village is a quaint village and this house sits nicely along Hazel close overlooking the green and near to the 100 bus route and in close proximity of the Medical Centre. The Village convenience store is a short walk away along with the local chemist and Primary School. The school is single form entry with around 200 children in the whole school and has a Pre-school attached. Noak Bridge, for those not familiar with the Village has seven ponds, several green spaces and a unique Nature Reserve which can be walked within 40 minutes and is a nice way to spend time getting to see the area and the local wildlife.
This homely house has a lounge stretching across the rear of the property with sliding patio doors leading out onto the garden to the rear. Adjacent to this is the modern kitchen diner with high gloss units wrapping around and creating a peninsular with contemporary pendant lighting. This conveniently also doubles as breakfast bar for casual dining. Additional space for dining furniture is positioned under the window with views over the green to the front. All appliances here are integrated.
Taking the stairs to the first floor, the grey carpet flows throughout this entire level. Benefitting from fitted wardrobes and ensuite, the main bedroom overlooks the garden to the rear. Two further bedrooms and modern family bathroom complete this homes accommodation.
The garden with block paved patio provides space for outdoors dining and curves around leading to the bar area to the rear. Established trees, including fruit trees, grace the border to the back creating a beautiful backdrop and dappled shade area to the lawn. The drive to the side provides off street parking and access to the garage and rear garden.
Laminate flooring, stairs leading to first floor, door through to
Lounge 15'4' x 12'11' (4.67m x 3.96m)
Patio doors leading to the garden, window to rear, under stairs cupboard, laminate flooring, door to
Kitchen/Diner 16'3' x 11'0' (5m x 3.36m)
An impressive high gloss kitchen with a large peninsula offering ample work top space. All appliances are integral together with double oven/grill and ceramic hob with extractor over. Windows provide dual aspect views and courtesy door leads to the side of the house.
Airing cupboard housing combi boiler, loft access.
Bedroom one 12'9' x 9'7' (3.89m x 2.9m)
Carpeted floor, built in wardrobes, window to rear aspect.
Shower, W.C. and vanity wash hand basin with large modern grey tiles, window to rear aspect.
Bedroom two 10'10" x 9'7" (3.3m x 2.92m)
Carpeted floor, window to rear aspect.
Bedroom three 10'9' x 6'5" (3.28m x 1.96m)
Carpeted floor, window to front aspect.
White suite comprising bath, wash hand basin in vanity unit and w.c.
Garage, parking on driveway. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and has a block paved patio area with bar. Access to the garage and side access.
EPC rating D
Council Tax band D
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