Situated in arguably one of the most sought-after cul-de-sac's within The Warren, this rarely available, three bedroom, end of terrace property is located within a short walk to Martins Heron train station, Swinley Forest and Tesco supermarket. The downstairs accommodation comprises refitted cloakroom, front aspect refitted kitchen, a large 16ft living room and a conservatory which is currently being used as a dining room/play room. To the first floor, two of the three bedrooms are double rooms, with the master bedroom measures over 14 ft. The three piece family bathroom suite has been refitted to a high standard. To the rear, the garden, with side access, offers a fantastic degree of seclusion and has a large patio area with the remainder laid to lawn, as well as artificial grass to the rear of the garden. The property also benefits from a garage and driveway parking for two vehicles.
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