- Well kept spacious 3 bedroom semi detached house
- Integral garage with block paved drive for two cars to the front
- Ground floor cloakroom
- Modern kitchen with Neff integrated appliances
- Generous lounge diner leading onto the garden
- Well tended landscaped rear garden
- Council Tax Band D
- EPC rating TBC
A meticulously kept and spacious three bedroom semi detached house with part integral garage and block paved drive for off street parking.
Coming to market for the first time in nearly 50 years, this house has been at the heart of its current family. Looked after, loved and enjoying the neighbourly environment, it is time for a new family to step in. With good local shops close by and schools within walking distance the location is perfect for families. The main bus and local routes leave from South Green taking you to the High Street and Station in additional to the nearest local towns. Trains to London get you to Liverpool Street in approx. 35 minutes. Drivers have quick access to the A127 leading onto the M25 for car commutes yet the countryside is on your doorstep.
Stepping inside, the spacious nature of this home is apparent. An initial porch opens into the welcoming hallway. The neutral decoration found here is a continued theme throughout. To the front is a large ground floor cloakroom with an cupboard adjacent housing the boiler. Further storage is found in the understairs cupboard before opening the door to reveal the generous L-shaped lounge diner to the rear. French doors open out to the landscaped rear garden, beautifully tended with established shrubs to the borders of the attractive seating area in the centre. A modern kitchen, fitted with a range of white units and light grey worktops incorporates Neff appliances including integrated dishwasher, washing machine, fridge and freezer. An induction hobs sits above the undercounter double electric oven and a combination microwave is fitted into the wall units. A glazed door gives you external access to the side of the home leading to the garden and the front of the house.
Taking the stairs up and round to the first floor, three double bedrooms are offered, all with wardrobe storage. The spacious bathroom sits to the front and comprises of a bath with shower over and shower screen, vanity handbasin with storage and W.C. This is fully tiled with a chrome heated towel rail.
Entrance Hall 12'8' x 5' (3.88m x 1.53m)
Cloakroom 5'9' x 4'3' (1.76m x 1.32m)
Lounge area 17'5' x 10'3' (5.33m x 3.13m)
Dining area 8'10' x 8'4' (2.69m x 2.55m)
Kitchen 11'4' x 7'9' (3.46m x 2.38m)
Bedroom one 14'1' x 10'1' (4.3m x 3.08m)
Bedroom two 14' x 8'3' (4.29m x 2.52m)
Bedroom three 11'10' x 8'3' (3.62m x 2.5m)
Bathroom 9'11' x 5'6' (3.03m x 1.68m)
EPC rating D
Council Tax Band D
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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