This agent has listed the accuracy as: Quite Near
- CONVENIENT TOWN CENTRE LOCATION
- PVC EXTERIOR DOORS AND WINDOWS
- INVESTMENT POTENTIAL
THIS MID-TERRACE TWO BEDROOM HOUSE IS CONVENIENTLY LOCATED WITHIN EASY WALKING DISTANCE OF THE TOWN CENTRE AND WITH THE BUS STATION, LEISURE CENTRE, SCHOOLS AND SHOPPING CENTRE ALL WITHIN EASY REACH. THIS HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY RE-DECORATED AND IS SURE TO APPEAL TO THE FIRST TIME BUYER OR AN INVESTOR WITH AN EYE ON THE RENTAL MARKET.
The accommodation of this neat easily maintained terrace house comprises pvc entrance door to:
LOUNGE 12 feet 6ins. (inc. stairwell) x 9 feet 9ins: feature wood burning stove with timber mantelpiece, laminate flooring, three bulb light unit, venetian blind and double radiator. Under stairs storage space.
KITCHEN 12 feet 6ins. x 6 feet 6ins: part wall tiling to complement the modern eye and low level units incorporating Indesit oven and four ring ceramic hob with extractor, one and a half bowl stainless steel
sink unit with mixer taps, ceramic tiled floor, window roller blind, plumbed for automatic washing machine and single radiator.
BEDROOM front 9 feet 9ins. x 8 feet 6ins: hot press with immersion heater, louvre blind and radiator.
BEDROOM 9 feet x 6 feet: louvre blind and radiator.
BATHROOM fully tiled walls to complement the modern white suit of bath with Triton electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin and lavatory, ceramic tiled floor and radiator.
Enclosed concreted rear yard with oil tank, boiler house and useful Store.
Right of way to the rear for services.
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