An ideal family home or investment property, this four-bedroomed town house benefits from a good size kitchen dining room, a downstairs w.c. and en-suite shower room. This light, modern home is set over three storeys and is presented in good decorative order throughout, in neutral tones, making it in ‘move-in’ condition. With garden, a car port and additional off-road parking for one more vehicle, an internal inspection is recommended.
Entered via a partially glazed door with side window, the hall has cloaks hanging space and stairs rising to the first floor.
Consisting of a low-level W.C. and wall mounted wash hand basin.
With a window to the front and gloss tiled ceramic flooring, this bright and spacious room has a range of modern wall and base units with complementary worksurfaces. Integrated appliances include a dishwasher, a large AEG electric cooker and five ring gas hob with splashguard behind and extractor hood over. Additionally, there is a 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a freestanding fridge/freezer.
The dining area has French doors with a full length side casement window out to the back garden and ample room for a dining table and chairs as well as a small settee. Storage is provided in the under-stair cupboard.
Light floods in through the Velux rooflight and there is room on the landing for a seat.
The first floor living room has double doors out to a Juliette balcony and a further window to the front aspect. A feature fire surround, mantle and hearth house the real flame gas fire.
This interesting shaped room has a window to the front aspect and a large built-in cupboard. A door leads to:
Comprising a tiled shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level W.C., the en-suite also has vinyl flooring, tiled splash areas and an extractor fan.
Currently used as a study, the fourth bedroom is a single size and has a window overlooking the rear garden.
Built in the eaves, the landing provides an airing cupboard housing the Vaillant boiler and a loft access hatch.
This double room runs from the front to the back of the house and has a dormer window to the front.
Another double bedroom runs from the front to the back of the house again with a dormer window to the front.
This light and airy room has an obscured window to the front aspect and a white suite comprising a bath with shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin and a low-level W.C. With partially tiled walls and vinyl flooring, the bathroom is clean and fresh-looking.
The property is approached along a path to the canopied front door with a small grassed area bordered by hedging and plants.
To the side of the house is a block paved driveway for one vehicle and space for one more under the car port. At the end of the driveway is a gate into the back garden.
The rear garden, which is enclosed by fencing,has a patio area alongside the back of the house and is mainly laid to lawn with shrub borders.
Within walking distance of the property are Serpentine Green shopping centre, the library, and a range of local shops and cafes. With schools, medical facilities, a leisure centre and a community centre, extensive cycleways and open outdoor spaces, there is plenty here for all ages to enjoy. The Hamptons are close to the A1, and a good bus service runs to nearby Peterborough, which provides road and rail links across the Midlands, the North, and London.
All mains services connected
Council Tax: Band D
New Vaillant boiler February 2020 (10 year warranty)
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