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Mid Terrace House
Extension to rear
PVC DG & GCH
Enter via a part glazed composite door into a hallway with laminate flooring, part glazed door leading into the lounge plus stairs leading to the first floor.
uPVC double glazed bay window to the front. Wooden fire surround with coal effect gas fire. Radiator. Coving. Part glazed double doors leading into the dining room. Small under stairs cupboard housing the meters.
uPVC double glazed window to the rear. Radiator. Built-in storage cupboard with leaded doors. Part glazed door leading into the kitchen.
uPVC double glazed window to the side. Range of fitted base and wall units with contrasting worktop. Stainless steel single sink. Plumbing for a dish washer. Electric oven, gas hob plus extractor. Laminate flooring. Part glazed door leading into the utility room.
uPVC double glazed window to the side plus uPVC double glazed door to the rear. Doors leading into the downstairs cloakroom plus good sized storage cupboard housing the boiler. Plumbing for a washing machine and space for an upright fridge freezer.
Doors leading into two bedrooms, bathroom and loft access.
Three uPVC double glazed windows to the front. Large sliding wardrobes. Coving. Radiator.
uPVC double glazed window to the rear. Radiator. Built-in storage cupboard. Coving
uPVC double glazed window to the rear. White suite with an electric shower. Part tiled walls
Gardens to the front and rear. Gated 10-foot rear access leading to a concrete garage.
Please note that this property was originally a three-bedroom house and the front two bedrooms have been made into one. Plus, the property has been extended to the rear.
Many property purchases are subject to Stamp Duty Land Tax, and there have been significant changes in recent years to the rules governing stamp duty and the amounts levied. HM Revenue & Customs have an online calculator to assist you in working out what stamp duty you may have to pay in relation to your purchase (https://www.gov.uk/stamp-duty-land-tax) but please always check with your solicitor.