A viewing is highly recommended of this fabulous, much improved, and beautifully presented two-bedroom period town house in this popular road within easy walking distance to the town centre and local parks. Its well-proportioned accommodation on the ground floor benefits from a welcoming entrance hall with feature mosaic tiled flooring. There is a lovely living room with a feature fireplace and window shutters. The hallway leads to a large open plan dining room, also with a feature fireplace, that opens into a delightfully extended, modern fitted kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen has wooden worktops with a useful breakfast bar, soft closing units, double Bosch cooker and Bosch hob. There is space for a washing machine, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. There is room for additional seating and there are bi-folding doors leading into the generous rear garden. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a flower border and two raised decking areas providing a real suntrap. Upstairs there are two generous sized double bedrooms. The master bedroom has double windows with recently fitted shutters and a well-sized floor to ceiling storage cupboard which also provides access to the boarded loft. The second double bedroom offers a large wardrobe and provides a view over the rear garden. The spacious family bathroom benefits from under floor heating, a roll top bath with central taps and a separate shower cubicle. There is a heated towel rail and Velux skylight windows. Additional benefits of this stunning property include gas fired central heating, double glazing and a useful, though unconverted cellar which provides, subject to planning permission, the opportunity for conversion to an additional room if desired.
Please contact us on 01242 588500 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property or require further information.
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