Furnished first floor apartment in this modern, popular complex. Entrance hall, lounge/dining kitchen with integrated appliances, master double bedroom and bathroom. On site parking. Bond: £455.00 Available mid March
First floor one bedroom furnished apartment with double patio window affording a pleasant aspect in this purpose built complex. The property briefly comprises: Entrance hall with boiler cupboard and washer, lounge/dining kitchen with integral fridge, oven, ceramic hob and canopy along with three quarter integral dishwasher, master double bedroom and bathroom with three piece white suite and shower. On site parking.
Electric panel heater, built-in airing/storage cupboard with electric water heater and fitted washer/dryer.
Lounge/Dining Kitchen (17' 0" x 12' 7" (5.18m x 3.84m))
Stainless steel circular sink unit with mixer tap, range of light coloured wall and base units with work surfaces and complimentary tiled surround, stainless steel oven, ceramic hob and stainless steel canopy/extractor. Integrated three quarter dishwasher and integral fridge. Intercom to the main entrance and electric panel heater. Two uPVC double glazed patio doors with Juliette balcony with brushed steel balustrade.
Bedroom (10' 6" x 8' 10" (3.2m x 2.7m))
With uPVC double glazed window and electric panel heater
With three piece white suite comprising of pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c. And panelled bath with shower mixer over. Complimentary tiled surround, tiled floor and electric heated towel rail.
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