- Terraced home
- Living room
- Views from the top floor
- Three bedrooms
- Dining room
- No onward chain of sales
A 1960's terraced house has well-proportioned, light and airy accommodation, arranged over three floors. In need of some modernisation, but with scope to become a lovely family home. Comprising a large integrated single garage at ground floor level which could be converted into a further double bedroom if required (subject to correct permissions), along with a guest WC.
On the first floor there is kitchen leading onto the garden and a separate dining room. To the front there is a spacious sitting room with views to the front. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms along with a further single and a family bathroom.
Externally the property has an integrated garage and parking space to the front and a terraced rear garden with a pretty magnolia tree and gated rear access.
Recessed entrance porch
PVC double glazed front door to
ENTRANCE HALL: Stairs to first floor, door to
GARAGE: Metal up and over door, power and light, under stairs storage.
LANDING: Doors to
LIVING ROOM: PVC Double glazed window, radiator, stairs to the second floor.
DINING ROOM: PVC Double glazed window overlooking the garden, radiator,
KITCHEN: Having a range of units with roll edge laminated work tops, inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over, plumbing for washing machine, cooker point, radiator, PVC Double glazed window PVC double glazed door to the garden.
LANDING: Doors to
BEDROOM ONE: PVC double glazed window with views of Solsbury hill, radiator, wall mounted gas boiler,
BEDROOM TWO: PVC Double glazed window, radiator.
BEDROOM THREE: PVC Double glazed window, radiator, built in cupboard.
BATHROOM: PVC Double glazed window, radiator, panelled bath with shower over, low level WC, pedestal wash basin.
FRONT GARDEN: Parking for one car in front of the garage
BACK GARDEN: Patio, laid to lawn, borders, pedestrian rear access.
THE PROPERTY MISDESCRIPTIONS ACT 1991
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