A beautifully-appointed end of terrace house, extended to include a superb, open-plan kitchen/dining room with a larger than average garden, situated in a very quiet location within walking distance of Waitrose and the High Street.
The front entrance door leads to the entrance hallway where stairs rise to the first floor with cupboard under and engineered oak flooring extends through the ground floor with the exception of the carpeted living room. The shower/cloakroom has Travertine floor and wall tiling, WC, basin with waterfall tap on antique oak cupboard and a shower enclosed by folding glass doors with overhead and hand-held shower heads. The living room overlooks the front garden through a deep bay window. Oak and glazed bi-fold doors lead from the living room to open-plan family area with two upright radiators, wall lights and spotlights. The kitchen has two centre islands with cupboards and drawers below, an integrated washing machine, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, double oven, glass-topped electric hob and stainless steel extractor hood, there is a one and a half sink with swivel tap and acrylic splashback, cupboards and drawers below, and a tall cupboard, all cupboards and drawers are soft-close and the worktops are oiled, solid oak. Light domes bring further natural light to kitchen and dining areas, there is a canopy-style opening window beside the hob, a large fixed floor-to-ceiling glass panel and bi-fold doors leading to the deck and garden.
The first floor landing has a trap to the roof space with loft ladder and there is a built-in airing cupboard with Worcester gas central heating boiler. Bedroom one overlooks the front garden and has built in wardrobes. Bedroom two also has built in wardrobes and overlooks the landscaped rear garden. Bedroom three is to the front with cleverly designed steps to the built-in wardrobes. The shower room has matching Travertine wall and floor tiles, shower with feature mosaic tile panel and sliding glass doors, WC, wash basin with cupboards below and vertical stainless steel towel-radiator. N.B. the original bath was removed, but the space remains suitable for re-installation of a bath.
Outside: The rear garden has been superbly designed to maximise usable space and accommodate the upward contour. It embodies a splendid large deck, wide shallow steps and pathways winding upwards past flower-beds and sitting areas, all contained by rock and timber borders. Many established including a magnificent Acer shading a cosy seating area. To the side of the deck area is a long timber-clad seat leading towards the front of the house. A stone paved path leads down the side of the house, bordered by flower beds, to a covered area and an area of shingle, suitable for a variety of uses, including a shed. A wooden fence and gate leads out into the front garden with stone walls and a variety of mature trees, shrubs and plants. On one side of the central pathway to the front door is a shingled area and to the other a small lawn. Outside electric point and water tap with recoil hose. There is a Garage in a block along with general car parking. In addition there is private gate giving residents access on foot from Leigh Park through to a short cut to the town centre.