Located at the end of a cul-de-sac within easy reach of Farnborough mainline train station and town centre is a well-presented detached family home.
The property has undergone many improvements by the current owners including a new gas fired boiler, updated the kitchen and bathrooms and a new roof. The property has also had solar panels and a new water softener installed.
The accommodation to the ground floor comprises a study with fitted study furniture, refitted kitchen/breakfast room with range style cooker, separate living and dining room, and the rear of the tandem garage has been converted into a separate utility room.
To the first floor there are four bedrooms, the master benefits from a refitted shower room and there is a refitted family bathroom.
To the front of the property there is driveway parking for three vehicles and access to the garage via an up and over door. There is an area of mature garden with trees and shrubbery and a side access gate leading to the rear garden. The South facing rear garden offers an area laid to lawn, flower boarders with mature shrubs and an area of patio.
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