Four Double Bedroom Family Home | Extended 1930's Style | Fully Refurbished Throughout | High Spec Finish | Close Proximity to Train Station and High Street

This fantastic family home has been extended and refurbished by the current owners during their time here to the modern example we now see.

From the entrance porch through the period front door the property opens up from the hallway providing a cosy lounge to the front complete with log burner, downstairs WC, and a living room leading to the dining room with doors to the garden. Finally, there is a recently fitted matte grey kitchen with complementing quartz surfaces complete with a plethora of built in appliances and features including fridge-freezer, wine fridge and dishwasher. On the first floor are four double bedrooms, a bathroom, shower room and separate WC. The layout could be reconfigured to provide an ensuite to the master bedroom and a family bathroom if so desired very easily. There is also access to the loft which is fully boarded.

There is off street parking to the front of the property for three cars, whilst to the rear is a low maintenance garden including patio, decked area, lawn, two sheds and a log store. The property benefits from no houses to the front or rear making for a wonderfully peaceful, private location.

Call Miles and Barr 7 days a week to arrange your viewing on 01227 277254.

Room Sizes
Lounge 3.86m x 3.63m (12'8" x 11'11")
Kitchen 5.41m x 2.77m (17'09 x 9'01)
Dining Room 3.33m x 2.62m (10'11 x 8'07)
Living Room Area 3.33m x 3.63m (10'11 x 11'11)
Bedroom One 3.66m x 3.20m (12'00" x 10'6")
Bedroom Two 3.61m x 3.12m (11'10" x 10'3")
Bedroom Three 3.33m x 2.62m (10'11" x 8'07")
Bedroom Four 2.79m x 2.34m (9'02" x 7'08")

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