- Four Bedrooms
- Separate dining room
- Ground floor cloakroom
- Popular Noak Bridge location
- Close to local shops
- Corner position
- Kitchen breakfast room
- Off street parking
- Easy access to A127
Tyler Estates are truly delighted to bring you this immaculate four bedroom house on popular Noak Bridge. Sitting on a corner plot with parking to the rear you certainly can just move straight in!
This perfect home has been beautifully maintained by the current owners and this is evident from the moment you approach. With ground level wrought iron fencing, slate frontage and potted bay trees framing the entrance, you step inside and the long entrance hall welcomes you into the home. This double fronted house with its bay window to one side graces the dining room with light. To the other, the modern kitchen breakfast room stretches the entire length of the home opening out with French doors onto the rear garden. The conveniently accessible ground floor cloakroom is ideally positioned here. In keeping with the character of this property, the lounge boasting a low level window offers great views of the rear garden and tiled feature mock fireplace (chimney available) adds to the ambiance. Stairs climbing up and round to the first floor where you find four good sized bedrooms and a recently refitted four piece contemporary bathroom suite.
The sunny south westerly facing garden with block paved patio and path leading to the gated access and car port to the rear, provides off street parking for the home. The garden here wraps around the house to the side and could offer the opportunity for extending (STPP).
Laminate flooring, radiator, stairs to first floor.
Kitchen/Breakfast room: 24'5' x 8'5' (7.5m x 2.6m)
Integrated double oven, induction hob, space for washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge freezer,one and a half bowl sink, range of shaker style wall and base units with oak worktops, Dining area with double glazed French doors leading to rear garden.
Lounge: 15'2' x 10'3' (4.6m x 3.1m),
Double glazed window to rear, carpet, decorative feature corner tiled hearth with chimney over, radiator.
Dining Room: 12'6' x 8'11' (3.8m x 2.7m),
Double glazed bay window to front, carpet, radiator.
Ground floor cloak room:
Wall mounted wash hand basin, low level W.C., slate tiled floor and splash back, radiator, window to rear.
Bedroom one: 13'11' x 9'4' (4.2m x 2.8m)
Window to front, loft hatch, carpet, radiator.
Bedroom two 11'4' x 10'1' (3.5m x 2.9m)
Window to rear, carpet, radiator.
Bedroom three 13'9' x 8'6' (4.2m x 2.6m)
Window to front, carpet, radiator.
Bedroom four 13'9' x 7'2' (4.2m x 2.2m)
Window to front, carpet, radiator.
Bathroom 7'1' x 6'11' (2.2m x 2.1m)
Contemporary white four piece bathroom suite comprising of bath with central filler and shower handset to the side, shower with rain shower and separate handset, vanity basin, low level W.C., chrome heated towel rail, large contrasting wall and floor tiles, bespoke storage feature, window to rear.
Large block paved patio with the remaining laid to lawn with side and rear access.
Independent driveway with carport and double gates leading to the rear garden.
Shed to remain.
EPC rating C
Council Tax Band D
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