A good size 3 bedrooms terraced house, which would make an ideal home for a family or professional sharers. The house downstairs consists of a good size entrance hall, two large reception rooms, fitted kitchen with direct access to a good size garden. Upstairs consist of two large double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a family bathroom. Features to note double glazed, off-street parking, wooden flooring and gas central heating. Call to arrange a viewing.
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