This well-presented house is located on the highly regarded Snaprails Park development in a peaceful cul-de-sac.
On entering this property you walk through an entrance porch into the spacious living room, which opens up nicely into a dining area which has patio doors leading to the garden. Just off the dining area there’s a fully fitted kitchen with ample storage and worksurface area.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms with the master benefitting from built-in wardrobes and a white three piece bathroom suite.
Externally, there’s allocated parking for three vehicles and there’s potential for driveway parking (STPP) to the front of the property as well. The rear garden is South West facing and is perfectly positioned for afternoon and late evening sun. There's a patio area and the rest is mainly laid to lawn with a large shed at the bottom of the garden for storage.
This would be an ideal first time purchase and is perfectly positioned for commuters giving easy to the M3/M4.
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