- Spacious Family Home
- Two Generous Receptions
- Lovely Enclosed Rear Garden
- Ground Floor Cloakroom
- 1st Floor Family Bathroom
- Three Bedrooms
- Sought After Village Location
- Backs onto Nature Reserve
- EPC Rating D
Deceptively spacious family home in a highly sought-after village location, with garden backing onto the Nature Reserve. Including two double bedrooms and a good sized single, downstairs cloakroom and a first-floor bathroom, two generously proportioned receptions, extended kitchen and rear garden. Many original features including open fire in lounge (not tested), feature wrought iron fireplaces in dining room and two bedrooms, picture rails, wooden flooring, viewing is a must! EPC rating D.
FRONTAGE AND ENTRANCE
A low brick wall with a wrought iron gate steps down into the front courtyard, planted with mature plants. A new black composite door with a window panel above leads into the entrance hall.
Freshly painted hallway with wooden floors, coved ceiling and original decorative archway, fitted with a ceiling light and radiator with TRV. Colonial doors lead onto the lounge and dining room, while a set of newly carpeted stairs lead up to the first floor.
13’5” x 12’11” (4.10m x 3.94m)
A white uPVC double glazed window looks to the front elevation, lighting the neutrally decorated lounge. Fitted with a feature brick fireplace with tiled hearth (not tested), deep skirting and original picture rail, plus carpeted flooring, radiator with TRV, ceiling light, Cable TV and telephone point. A built-in cupboard houses the electric and gas meter, consumer box and smart meter.
13’5” x 12’11” (4.10m x 3.93m)
This excellently proportioned dining room is ideal for entertaining, allowing plenty of space for a dining set and supporting furniture. Lit by a white uPVC double glazed French doors to the rear decking area. The room is decorated in fresh shades, original picture rail and deep skirting. The focal point is a wrought iron fireplace (capped off) with a wooden mantle shelf, carpeted flooring and an open aspect into the kitchen. There is also a radiator with TRV, selection of power points, ceiling light and media connections.
17’11” x 9’3” (5.46m x 2.81m)
A two panel double glazed door looks to the rear of the property at the far end of the kitchen, with additional light from the uPVC double glazed window to the side elevation and a wooden double-glazed roof velux window. There are a selection of wooden wall and base units with grey marble effect worktops, tiled splashbacks, double stainless-steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap and integral eye level electric oven, four ring gas hob and brushed-chrome style extractor fan above. There is also plenty of space for a tall fridge-freezer and plumbing for an automatic washing machine, tumble dryer and dishwasher. Finished with laminate tiled flooring. Radiator with TRV, ceiling light, three ceiling spot lights and selection of power points. An open under stairs walk in cupboard provides ample floor storage and wooden shelving.
Colonial door off kitchen leads to cloakroom with low flush WC, wash hand basin with chrome pillar taps, ceiling light, wall mounted extractor fan and ceiling spot light.
Stairs & Landing
Newly carpeted stairs with wooden handrail leads to the first-floor landing with top galleried balustrade, colonial wooden doors allowing access to the three bedrooms and family bathroom. Neutrally decorated, single radiator, two ceiling lights and loft hatch.
Access via pull down wooden ladders, the loft is unusually large and runs the entire length of the house with plenty of height and has huge potential to convert. The loft is fully insulated and boarded has electric sockets, ceiling light and network cabling and is already plumbed with a radiator.
13’0” x 11’1” (3.95m x 3.39m)
A great size master bedroom, lit by a white UPVC double glazed window to the front of the property feature wrought iron fireplace (not in use) with grey slate hearth and deep skirting. There is also a radiator, a selection of power points, a TV point and ceiling light. A wooden colonial door leads to the landing.
12’11” x 10’11” (3.93m x 3.34m) into recess
Lit by a white uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and distance views of the nature reserve through the tree line boundary. The second bedroom has a wrought iron fire place with slate hearth and benefits from clothes rails and shelving built into the chimney breast recesses on both sides. With stunning wood flooring, there is also a radiator, ceiling light, TV connection point and selection of power points. A wooden colonial door leads to the landing.
9’10” x 6’0” (3.00m x 1.84m)
Lit by a white uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation. The third bedroom is a single with room for a single bed and a wardrobe with space for a bedside table and room to walk around! It is carpeted, there is also a radiator, ceiling light and selection of power points. A wooden colonial door leads to the landing.
9’3” x 8’9” (2.81m x 2.66m)
A well-equipped family bathroom lit by a white uPVC double glazed obscure window to the side of the property. Neutrally decorated with half panelled walls, the bathroom is fitted with a white WC, complementary hand wash basin with chrome pillar taps and a double shower cubicle (shower off combi). There is also a radiator, enclosed ceiling light, a wall mounted Alfa condensing boiler, plus an enclosed ceiling light, handy wall mounted shelves and wall mounted chrome towel radiator. A wooden colonial door leads to the landing.
There are two ways out to the garden, the first is via French doors from dining room, which leads onto a very private decking area, two steps down bring you to the beginning of the rear garden. The second is via the kitchen back door, down two steps with Wrought Iron balustrade onto a paved area. Beyond this area is a wooden covered Gazebo with mature climbers and hops, providing perfect space for entertaining and garden furniture. A step down from the Gazebo the garden opens up to a lawned area with mature boarders. Running down one side there is a wooden walkway again with climbers and hops growing over providing dappled shade. The garden backs onto Jacksdale’s Nature Reserve which is a haven for birds and wildlife.
· Alfa Condensing Boiler
· No shared access to rear – but access over the adjacent home to facilitate bin collections
1991 Property Misdescriptions Act:
None of the apparatus, appliances, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services have been tested by MCM, the selling agents, and we cannot therefore verify that they are connected, meet current safety standards or are in working order fit for their intended purpose. Prospective purchasers are advised to have all of the above items independently checked by suitably qualified persons. References to Tenure: (e.G. Freehold/ Leasehold) are based on verbal information provided by the vendor and prospective purchasers are strongly advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or legal conveyancer. References to Council Tax are based on information provided by the vendor. Prospective purchasers are advised to check this information regarding the relevant current charge, appeals or re-assessments with the relevant Local Authority. All stated Measurements are approximate only. Measurements often include measurements into bays and recesses as stated above. Measurements in kitchens are inclusive of fitted units. It is essential that prospective purchasers check all measurements themselves before installing furniture or planning home improvements. References to boundaries, walls, hedges and fencing are purely descriptive. Prospective purchasers should check ownership and responsibility for such boundaries with their solicitor.
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