Montague Close is set on the popular Keephatch Park development. The house was built in 1998, it is now well established with areas of mature woodland interspersed with pathways. There are local shops on nearby Beanoak Road and the town is within walking distance. To the East of the town centre the A329(M)/M4 are within easy reach.
This well presented and spacious two bedroom end of terraced house is situated on the edge of a popular cul-de-sac on the sought after Keephatch Park Development.
Internally the accommodation comprises a large light and airy living room, with the kitchen/dining room set to the rear of the property overlooking the rear garden. The wooden effect kitchen has contrasting worktops and offers plenty of storage as well as space for integrated and freestanding appliances.
As you walk upstairs you will find two double bedrooms, with the master bedroom having access to its own en-suite shower room. Additionally there is also a further family bathroom.
The South facing rear garden is 34ft deep and enclosed by wooden fencing that has recently been repainted. There is a sun canopy over the rear patio, outside lighting and gated side access with a well-kept terraced lawn with mature shrub borders to the rear.
At the front of the house there is a lawned area with a single garage with an up and over door, with driveway parking to the front for multiple vehicles.
SOME KEY FEATURES ABOUT Montague Close:
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