Guide Price £385,000 Sold STC
  • 3 good sized bedrooms
  • Corner cul-de-sac position
  • Downstairs cloakroom
  • Four piece family bathroom
  • Drive with off street parking
  • Great open plan family space
  • Extended modern kitchen

This deceptively spacious 3 bedroom semi-detached home has been extended by the current owners to create a superb open plan modern living space. Benefitting from off street parking to the front and being close to local shops and schools, this is a great family home.

Tucked into the corner of the cul-de-sac, you arrive at this home and are greeted with ample off street parking for two cars. Entering to the side, a porch shields you from the elements before you cross the threshold into the spacious hallway to the centre of this house. With room for plenty of storage options here and access to that ever convenient downstairs cloakroom, you turn to the front of the property where the half glazed door leads you into the large lounge with light flooding in through two double windows to the front. An extension to rear of the property has provided this home with the ultimate family/entertainment space incorporating lounge, dining and kitchen area. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of high gloss units with contrasting wood worktops, additional central island and has the convenience of an integrated dishwasher and range cooker with extractor over. Space is provided for your own washing machine and large American style fridge freezer.
Carpeted stairs take you from the entrance hall to the first floor where you find built in storage cupboards to the landing. The main double bedroom is fully fitted with wardrobe and drawer storage. There are two further good size bedrooms here. The four piece family bathroom complete with separate shower, bath and storage unit incorporating basin and back to wall W.C. is finished with tiled flooring, heated towel rail and illuminated mirror.

The well maintained rear garden has a patio that wraps around to the ample space to the side of the property. Here a gate allows access through to the front. The garden, laid mostly to lawn, provides a great play space for children with a further patio to the rear and brick built storage shed with power.

This home is gas centrally heated with radiators to all rooms and double glazed throughout.

Entrance Hall 11'4' x 5'2' (3.47m x 1.59m)

Cloakroom 5'9' x 3'4' (1.76m x 1.02m)

Lounge 17'11' x 12'10' (5.47m x 3.92m)

Kitchen/Family room
Kitchen area 13'11' x 11'1' (4.23m x 3.38m)
Lounge/Dining area 14'1' x 11'11' (4.29m x 3.62m)

Landing 11'11' x 5'10' max (3.64m x 1.79m)

Bedroom One 10'11' x 9'11' (3.34m x 3.03m)

Bedroom Two 11'1' x 8'11' (3.38m x 2.74m)

Bedroom Three 13'4' x 6'6' (4.07m x 2.01m)

Bathroom 8' 10' x 6'6' (2.71m x 1.99m)


EPC rating E
Council tax band D



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