Price £485,000 - Available


  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Large Rear Garden
  • Shower Room
  • Large Driveway
  • Bathroom
  • Downstairs WC

Recently painted, creating a blank canvas, this heavily extended five bedroom home boasts exceptional family living space with it`s generous foot print.

The welcoming and open hallway serves each of the downstairs rooms and WC. Boasting a bay fronted lounge with gas fire and a seperate reception room opening out to the terrace to the rear, the ground floor`s main focal point must certainly be the generous fitted kitchen with hardwood work tops, leading into a generous dining/entertaining area.

The first floor landing serves a family bathroom, seperate toilet and four generous double bedrooms. The extension has been well though out, with the original smallest bedroom now exceeding 17 feet.

The second floor benefits from a seperate tiled wet room and the largest of the bedrooms. With velux style windows to the fronts and a generous dormer to the rear overlooking the private rear garden, this room also boasts the most amount of eaves storage space we have ever seen.

Step outside to the terrace that enjoys mid afternoon to evening sunshine and find a quiet space away from the world. The steps that lead to garden will take you a generous lawn and secret garden with water feature.

This home will suit commuters and growing families looking to take advantage of the local schools and transport links.

Kitchen Diner 17`7 x 9`6 to 24`6 x 8`10
Reception Room 10`9 x 12`2
Lounge 15`4 x 11`9
Bedroom One 17`10 x 9`3 opening to 11`10
Bedroom Two 15 x 9`2
Bedroom Four 12`4 x 12`2
Bedroom Three 8`11 x 13`9
Bedroom Five 17`1 x 20`3




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