- No Chain
- Three Bedrooms
- New Boiler
- Loft Room
- Separate Dining Room
*NO CHAIN* Stunning three bedroom terrace house with a huge loft conversion, a large lounge, and a separate dining room. This home would be perfect for a first time buyer or a family with plenty of space to grow into.
The accommodation comprises:
Laminate wood flooring and a radiator.
* Lounge - 5.28m x 3.41m
Laminate wood flooring, a radiator, an electric fire, and a triple glazed window to front elevation.
* Dining Room - 2.59m x 4.50m
Laminate wood flooring, a radiator, under stair storage cupboard, and a triple glazed window to rear elevation.
* Kitchen - 3.01m x 3.03m
Fitted with a range of cream shaker style wall and base units and complementary wood effect laminate worktop, and a tiled splashback, stainless steel single sink, drainer, and mixer tap. Integrated electric oven and a gas hob.
Triple glazed windows to the rear elevation and tiled flooring.
* Bedroom One - 2.50m x 4.48m
Carpet flooring, a triple glazed window to rear elevation, and a radiator.
* Bedroom Two - 2.48m x 3.45m
Carpet flooring, a triple glazed window to front elevation, a storage cupboard, and a radiator.
* Bedroom Three - 1.91m x 2.50m
Carpet flooring, a triple glazed window to front elevation, and a radiator.
* Bathroom - 1.87m x 2.57m
Three piece suite comprised of a bath with a shower, sink, and a toilet. Vinyl flooring, a triple glazed window to rear elevation, and a radiator.
* Loft Room - 4.49m x 5.10m
Carpet flooring, two triple glazed skylights to rear elevation, a radiator, and two storage cupboards on opposite sides.
The rear garden is a patio area with a large shed, and there is a rear pedestrian access gate.
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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