An ideal first time purchase, this two double bedroomed mid terraced property towards the top end of Burder Street and within easy walking distance of the town centre and railway station respectively. Gas central heated via a combination boiler and fully double glazed the layout in brief comprises of sitting room, inner hallway with under stairs cupboard, lounge, kitchen with separate utility and a lean to providing storage etc. At first floor there are the afore mentioned two double bedrooms and a spacious three piece bathroom. Externally there is an attached store and low maintenance garden which is mainly pebbled and fully enclosed by brick walling and not overlooked from beyond with trees screening. Could suit investor due to location, early viewing recommended.
UPVC replacement double glazed door with central obscure glass panels which are leaded, providing access to the sitting room.
Sitting Room (3.78m x 3.56m (12'5 x 11'8))
The sitting room has attractive candy striped wallpaper and original floor exposed and stained in a dark finish. A double radiator, two double electrical sockets, ioriginal coved ceiling and ceiling rose continuing the period theme. Adjacent to the chimney breast a cupboard discreetly housing the gas meter. Stripped pine internal door through to the inner hallway.
The inner hallway has an inner archway, a door to the understairs storage cupboard which is provided with light. Opening through to the lounge.
Lounge (3.78m x 3.56m (12'5 x 11'8))
Again well proportioned the lounge has feature bevelled edge laminate flooring, the focal point of the room is the real flame effect gas fire. A rear elevation double glazed window with views into the useful lean to. Neutral wall decoration, double radiator, stairs to the first floor and opening through to the kitchen.
Kitchen (3.05m x 1.96m (10'0 x 6'5))
The kitchen is well provided for having a range of storage cupboard units at both base and eye level and roll top work surfaces with tiled splash backs. A gas cooker point, space for a fridge freezer and a circular sink unit with matching drainer with mixer tap over, double glazed side elevation window with matching doors giving access into the lean to and a separate glazed door into the utility room.
Utility Room (1.42m x 0.86m (4'8 x 2'10))
The utility room has plumbing for washing machine with partial tiled splash backs, a side elevation double glazed window, continuation of the laminate flooring.
Lean To (2.90m x 1.24m (9'6 x 4'1))
The lean to is mainly of brick construction with upper glazed parts and a pitched poly carbonate roof, obscure glass double glazed door leads out to the garden and the space is ideal for internal storage. Two single electrical sockets.
First Floor Landing
Stairs lead from the lounge to the first floor landing having bevelled edge timber effect laminate flooring with stained wood skirting, single radiator and access to first floor rooms.
Bedroom One (3.76m x 3.38m (12'4 x 11'1))
Well proportioned the main double bedrooms spans the full width of the house and has a replacement uPVC double glazed window with twin openings, the flooring is bevelled edge laminate with stained wood skirting. Two double electrical sockets, single radiator and neutral wall decoration.
Bedroom Two (3.78m x 2.72m (12'5 x 8'11))
The second double bedroom has storage cupboard over the stairs and timber effect laminate flooring, rear elevation uPVC double glazed window with single opening. Two double electrical sockets, single radiator, predominantly neutral wall decoration and a feature wall with wallpaper to the chimney breast.
Bathroom (3.05m x 2.01m (10'0 x 6'7))
The spacious bathroom has a three piece suite consisting of bath with tap mounted shower fitment running from the Baxi combination gas central heating boiler and includes tiled splash backs. Low level wc and pedestal wash hand basin with period style taps. Rear elevation uPVC obscure glass double glazed window with upper opening, double radiator and boiler housed.
At the rear there is an attached store and beyond this a low maintenance garden which is mainly pebbled with a raised rockery having pea gravel. The garden is fully enclosed by brick walling, the rear section of which has picket fencing and trees screen beyond.
To Find The Property
From Loughborough town centre proceed along Meadow Lane, just before the railway bridge turn right into Burder Street where the property is situated on the left hand side identified by the agents 'For Sale' board.
Services, Tenure And Council Tax
All mains services are available and connected to the property which is gas centrally heated. The property is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Charnwood Borough Council - Tax Band A.
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