This gorgeous 1950 s family home has a charm and character all of its own with its striking high gabled roof, brick arched entrance, leaded light windows and oak front door. Internally it has a lovely homely feel reminiscent of an older period, which is evident from the moment you step into the spacious reception hall with its turning staircase and chestnut wood style floor that flows through into the kitchen/breakfast room and living room. To the rear is the well-proportioned, double aspect living room with its beamed ceiling and open brick fireplace making an attractive focal point and a lovely feature to curl up in front of on those chilly winter evenings; in the summer the double glazed French doors open onto the southerly backing patio and garden, making it ideal for summer entertaining. To the front is the kitchen/breakfast room that is double aspect with a pretty bow window to the front and a door to the side it has been fitted with a range of cream fronted cottage style units inset with a gas hob, cooker hood, electric oven under and an integrated refrigerator. There is ample space for a dining table and to the side a useful drying cupboard housing the gas central heating boiler. Completing the ground floor is the bathroom that has been attractively appointed with a 3 piece white suite incorporating a roll top bath.
To the first floor is a galleried landing with a side aspect leaded light window leading to 3 bedrooms, two with built-in wardrobes. Council Tax Band: F