Ground floor space in keeping with a 4-bedroom home
Garage conversion provides additional open-plan living room space
Ground floor cloakroom and storage cupboard
Large rear garden with seating, lawn and mature border planting
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This is a 3-bedroom detached house that really benefits from its garage conversion, now providing, in our opinion, ground floor accommodation and space more in keeping with a 4-bedroom home. The garage conversion has been beautifully done, seamlessly adding to the open plan lounge at the front of the property and providing space that will delight those seeking study/home-working space without having to use one of the 1st floor bedrooms for this purpose.
The lack of garage does not compromise parking for this home - how many cars are actually parked in the garage these days? Not many! The driveway for this home provides off-road parking for 2 cars side by side, and the storage that is lost from the conversion of the garage is more than made up for in the storage options provided by the large rear garden facilities.
The spacious, open-plan lounge is functionally separated from the remainder of the ground floor accommodation by an inner hallway, providing access to a downstairs cloakroom to one side and stairs to the 1st floor landing to the other. A door then leads from the hallway into the kitchen/diner, which in turn leads to the spacious conservatory, housing additional white goods for added benefit.
The master bedroom on the 1st floor has fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower. Bedroom 2 is a good-sized double room and bedroom 3 is a good-sized single room. The family bathroom is also a good size.
The garden is a delight, with a covered seating area, summer house, additional shed and further garden storage to one side of the property and a path connecting the rear and front garden areas to the other side.
To the rear of the initial covered seating area, a nice lawn with further bistro seating area and mature border planting throughout means that this garden offers something for everyone.
The property is located towards the end of a lovely cul-de-sac and was originally constructed in 2000 by Redrow Homes in a traditional brick/block construction.
The garage was converted in 2014, with full planning consent and building control sign-off. The gas central heating boiler was replaced in 2017 and there is a water softener fitted in the kitchen.
The EPC for this home has just expired. A new one has been commissioned and will be uploaded within 28 days when available.
There is a full property walk-through video as part of the virtual tour on this home so please view this and then call to book your individual, accompanied viewing - it will be a pleasure to show you around!