Pleasantly positioned on the edge of this popular development and therefore boasting views of adjoining woodland that surrounds Great Berry Open Space, this fully detached house sits within a surprisingly large mews setting.
Offering well-planned accommodation, this three-bedroom house provides you with an en-suite shower room to the main room, plus a family bathroom and a ground floor WC. In addition, the ground floor has an open plan feel with the lounge having double doors opening to the dining area which in turn then has an arch to the kitchen and patio doors into the conservatory.
As previously mentioned, the property is positioned in the corner of a cul-de-sac enjoying its own driveway, a detached garage and a rear garden that enjoys a sunny westerly aspect.
It's also worth knowing many conveniences are within a short walk of this location and these include Tesco's supermarket 0.5 miles, Great Berry Primary School 0.3 miles and of course Langdon Hills nature reserve offering endless walks and picturesque seasonal landscapes.
ACCOMMODATION AS FOLLOWS…
The canopy porch gives shelter over the front door, this in turn gives access into the hallway which has a wood laminate floor, a carpeted stair that rise up to the first floor. There is a door to the lounge and a door to a downstairs toilet.
GROUND FLOOR CLOAKROOM
This useful room with recessed storage, sits under the stairs and has a low-level WC and a wall mounted handbasin.
LOUNGE 3.95 m x 3.26 m (12'10 x 10'7)
Both a side window and deep box bay front window ensures this living rooms affords good natural light and also gives you a large display space. As mentioned, there is wood laminate and also double doors that give an open plan feel and in turn lead into the dining area.
DINING AREA 2.89 m x 2.31 m (9'5 x 7'6)
The wood style laminate floor continues to flow through from the lounge area into the dining room which in turn has patio doors opening to conservatory and an arched Open Plan access into the kitchen.
KITCHEN 2.67 m x 2.16 m (8'8 x 7'1)
A rear window gives an outlook over the rear garden and there are white fronted cabinets with wood effect worktops and white tiled splashbacks fitted to 3 sides of the room making this a light and bright room. These units incorporate a built in electric oven and hob with cooker hood over and spaces for a washing machine and fridge freezer.
CONSERVATORY 2.82 m x 2.33 m (9'3 x 7'7)
This lean too conservatory is of PVC construction and currently doubles up as both a dining room/Home Office.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
A small side window is just enough to bring natural light into this landing area which has an access point to the loft and doors to each of the bedrooms.
BEDROOM ONE 3.27 m x 2.89 m (10'7 x 9'5)
Positioned at the rear of the house, this bedroom has a handy recess for wardrobes and a door to an EPC'-suite shower room
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM
Fitted with a white suite, this rear facing shower room has a shower cubicle, low level WC and a pedestal wash basin.
BEDROOM TWO 3 m x 2.12 m (9'8 x 6'10)
Positioned at the front of the house, the second bedroom is currently used as a large dressing room with built-in wardrobes fitted to one wall which can of course be removed.
BEDROOM THREE 2.11 m x 2.64 m reducing to 2.19 m (6'9 x 8'7 > 7'2)
Again, this is a front facing bedroom, although its the smallest bedroom, you have ample space for a single bed or desk unit to enable you to use it as a home office.
Fitted with a three-piece suite this bathroom with a side window, has a panel enclosed bath with mixer taps and shower attachment in addition, there is a close coupled WC and a wash-basin.
Pleasantly positioned, this house is approached via a surprisingly large mews which looks onto woodland to give an unexpected rural feel to this area.
Then, via a shared entrance, there is your own driveway which provides parking and access to the detached garage.
This garage has an up and over door, power and light connected and a side door to the garden.
Enjoying a sunny aspect, the garden commences with a small patio area while the remainder is mainly lawn. To one side of the garden is a wood cabin giving storage and a gate leading out to the front driveway.
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