This five bedroom home, is located at the end of a cul-de-sac and is presented in immaculate decorative order throughout and has been significantly improved by the current owners.
On the ground floor the owners have opened up the kitchen and dining room to create a great area that flows nicely from front to back. With the kitchen itself only being about a year old it really is a modern feature of the home.
One of the standout features is the intelligent loft conversion that provides a huge space with great height clearance, whilst still retaining a good amount of storage space in the eaves. Combining this with four double bedrooms on the first floor means that there is space for the whole family.
To the rear of the property is a large, square living room which leads onto the conservatory nicely. The rear garden is exceptionally private with a sunny aspect and the front has been recently block paved to provide parking for three cars.
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