Price £300,000 Available

This period house is situated in the heart of the conservation area within a short walking distance of the town centre. The property offers good size accommodation arranged over two floors, you enter into a spacious sitting room the first thing that grabs your attention is the impressive fireplace with it's decorative surround, the windows allow plenty of light to stream in making the room feel bright and airy, steps lead down to the good size dining room again a main feature is the large fireplace. The kitchen lies adjacent and is nicely fitted out, it has wooden work surfaces and fitted appliances that include a fridge freezer, electric oven and gas bob with cooker hood over, the conservatory has easy access from the kitchen and is a great space to enjoy the garden, there is a large decked area ideal for al-fresco dining and steps lead down to a further garden area again with an additional decked seating area. The two double bedrooms are located on the first floor, the main bedroom has a large en-suite bathroom that has been nicely finished, the second bedroom has use of a shower room.
Sitting Room
15'5" X 12'7" (4.70m X 3.84m)
Dining Room
10'4" X 9'9" (3.15m X 2.97m)
Kitchen
9'10" X 8'9" (3.00m X 2.67m)
Conservatory
7'7" X 7' (2.31m X 2.13m)
First Floor
Bedroom One
10'5" X 9'8" (3.18m X 2.95m)
En-Suite Bathroom
9'8" X 9'3" (2.95m X 2.82m)
Bedroom Two
12'7" X 9'2" (3.84m X 2.79m)
Shower Room
Outside
Garden

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