Price £350,000 Available
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Double glazed
  • Cul de sac location
  • Easy access to A127
  • Immaculately maintained
  • Garage
  • Popular Steeple View

This stunningly immaculate three bedroom terrace house with superb landscaped gardens front and back, is situated at the end of a quiet cul de sac with rear views over parkland, parking and separate garage. Conveniently located in Steeple View within easy access to the A127 and local shopping facilities.

Walking along the path to this lovely home you are greeted by the pristine garden to the front with tiered borders and block paved path to the front door with personalised glazing. The well-ordered exterior is mirrored internally in this attractive house and is evident as soon as you step inside. The initial entrance porch shields you from the elements before stepping into the inviting interior where you find the entrance hall with its practical, limed oak flooring, carpeted stairs to first floor and door through to kitchen.

Here you are presented with a beautiful modern shaker style kitchen complete with breakfast bar. The welcoming and spacious lounge and dining area to the rear of the property has a feature fireplace and French doors to the hospitable south facing rear garden which has been landscaped and lovingly planted by the current owner. The first floor delivers three bedrooms, the master bedroom with fully fitted wardrobes spanning one wall. The two remaining bedrooms to the rear of the property overlook the parkland behind. With the large bathroom boasting a separate shower unit and bath the first floor is complete.

This beautifully maintained home oozes luxury from the fittings to the décor. All windows are adorned with contemporary bespoke shutters and the doors internally are limed oak to complete the design. The house is fully double glazed with a modern composite front door and there is gas central heating here.

Storage cupboard with half glazed door to:

Entrance Hall
Limed oak flooring, staircase to first floor, access to kitchen, open to lounge diner.

Kitchen 9`7` x 9`1` (2.91m x 2.78m)
Shaker style cream wall and base units, grey roll edge worktops incorporating breakfast bar, stainless steel one and half bowl sink with mixer tap, space for under counter fridge and freezer, washing machine and freestanding cooker, tiled flooring, window to front with shutter.

Lounge/diner 20`7` x 15`7` (6.28m x 4.76m)
Open plan from hall, carpeted, feature fireplace with space for electric fire/stove, French doors to rear garden.

Carpeted stairs, painted and limed oak balustrades, loft access.

Bedroom 1 15`7` x 9`6` (4.76m x 2.89m)
Fitted sliding door wardrobes with mirrors, windows to front with shutters, carpeted.

Bedroom 2 11`8` x 8`11` (3.57m x 2.73m)
Carpeted, window to rear with shutters.

Bedroom 3 8`11` x 6`5` (2.72m x 1.95m)
Laminate flooring, window to rear with shutters.

Family Bathroom 8`10` x 8`7` (2.7m x 2.63m)
White four piece Victorian suite with half tiled walls comprising of bath with shower mixer tap, separate shower unit, pedestal sink, low level W.C., airing cupboard housing boiler, laminate flooring, spotlights to ceiling.

Outside space
Front garden is tiered with sleepers and established plants with gravelled beds around and stone block pathway leading to the front door.
The immaculate rear south facing garden has an initial paved patio area for outdoor dining. The remainder being mostly laid to lawn with edged borders and established shrubs and small trees. A further patio to the rear provides space for a summerhouse or shed storage or with negotiation the current summerhouse can remain. A gate to the rear provides access to the parkland and parking area to the side of the terrace.

Council Tax Rating C
EPC rating 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.

Floor Plan
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