- End Terrace House
- Dining Room
- Three Bedrooms
- Loft Area Used as a Bedroom
- In Need of TLC
- Sitting Room
- Kitchen/ Breakfast Room
- Shower Room
End of terrace home full of period features and charm and in need of some TLC. Accommodation includes sitting room, dining room, kitchen/ breakfast room, three bedrooms and a loft area currently used as a study, shower room and front and rear gardens.
ENTRANCE HALL: Stairs to first floor with storage cupboard under, inner door., radiator, stripped wood floor.
SITTING ROOM: Sash bay window to the front, double radiator, picture rails, coved ceiling, period fireplace, stripped wood floor, TV point.
DINING ROOM: Sash window to rear, radiator, period fireplace, stripped wood floor.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: Having a range of wooden fronted wall and floor units with roll edge laminated work tops, Belfast sink, gas cooker point, wall mounted gas boiler, two windows to the side door to conservatory.
CONSERVATORY: Half glazed, patio doors to the garden.
LANDING: Access to the loft.
BEDROOM ONE: Sash bay window to front and single sash window to front, radiator, period fireplace, stripped wood floor.
BEDROOM TWO: Sash window to rear, period fireplace, and stripped wood floor.
BEDROOM THREE: Sash window to rear, radiator, period fireplace, stripped wood floor.
LOFT AREA/ STUDY: Windows to front and rear.
SHOWER ROOM: Window to side, radiator, tiled shower cubicle, low level WC, pedestal wash basin.
FRONT GARDEN: Trees and pathway to front door.
BACK GARDEN: Currently overgrown but level.
THE PROPERTY MISDESCRIPTIONS ACT 1991
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