Guide Price £440,000 Available
  • Four bedrooms
  • Off street parking
  • Cloakroom
  • Refitted kitchen
  • Garage
  • Cul de sac location

Tyler Estates are delighted to bring you this lovely four bedroom semi-detached family home set within a small cul-de-sac and offering integral garage, off street parking, refitted kitchen and bathroom.

You enter the small cul-de-sac and find this tidy property located to the very end. Inside you are greeted by a bright and airy lounge to the front with modern grey wood effect laminate flooring flowing through to the dining area to the rear. The large patio door reveals views of the garden with an initial decked area continuing round to the shed which is to remain, raised beds with established plants and lawned area to complete this well-ordered garden.
The white high gloss refitted kitchen with inbuilt lighting is a delight. The contrasting worktops and stainless steel appliances with white brick effect tiling to the walls would delight any chef. The downstairs cloakroom is situated conveniently by the door to the garden together with access to the integral garage where you find the utilities tucked away.
The first floor offers four bedrooms and a refitted four piece family bathroom.

The house benefits from double glazing throughout and is gas centrally heated with radiators to all rooms.

Entrance Hall
Modern grey wood effect laminate flooring flowing through to the lounge, radiator with cover, stairs to first floor.

Lounge 15'4 x 10'5' (4.69m x 3.2m)
Modern grey wood effect laminate flooring, large window to front with fitted blind, radiator. Open through to:

Dining room 9'3' x 9'2' (2.83m x 2.82m)
Modern grey wood effect laminate flooring, sliding patio door to rear garden, radiator.

Kitchen 9'11' x 9'2' (3.03m x 2.8m)
White high gloss shaker style base and wall units with contrasting black granite effect worktops, one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap, half brick effect tiling with feature splash back, integrated electric oven, gas hob with stainless steel extractor over, integrated microwave, space for fridge/freezer, under unit and kickboard lighting, tiled floor, window to rear aspect.

Accessed from the kitchen area. White suite comprising of rectangular basin with mosaic tiled splashback and vanity unit under, low level WC, window to rear.

Carpeted stairs lead to the landing where you can find large airing cupboard housing the water tank and access to loft which is part boarded.

Bedroom one 13'4' x 10'7' (4.09m x 3.23m)
Window to front aspect with white wooden shutters, double built in wardrobe, carpet to floor, radiator.

Bedroom two 13'4' x 9'3' (4.08m x 2.84m)
Window to front aspect with white wooden shutters, recess with lighting, carpet to floor.

Bedroom three 11'5' x 7'7' (3.49m x 2.32m)
Window to rear aspect, carpet to floor, radiator.

Bedroom four 8'5' x 8' (~2.57m x 2.46m)
Window to rear aspect, carpet to floor, radiator.

Family bathroom
Four piece white suite comprising of separate shower, bath with central tap and feature tiled mosaic panel to wall, vanity sink with mirror over and matching wall cabinet, low level WC, white tiled walls with further feature mosaic panels, chrome heated towel rail, tile effect flooring, window to rear aspect.

Integral garage
With integral door and housing boiler and utility facilities. Up and over door to front.

Outside space
Sleepers create raised bedding to the frontage with established plants and shrubs. Off street parking on driveway. Side gate provides access to the rear garden where you can find further planted raised borders, decked patio area continuing to the shed to the rear which is to remain. The remainder being laid to lawn.

Council Tax band D
EPC rating E

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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