A large 3 double bedroom house in a village location.
Description As you enter the property via the front door is the hall with under stairs storage, this leads to the snug with open fire, from here the conservatory is accessed through double glazes doors. The conservatory is a large room with a fantastic outlook onto a large garden, the floor of the conservatory is tiled, the patio doors lead to the garden, which boasts an allotment area and two storage sheds, A further reception room leads to a large kitchen diner with laminate flooring. The kitchen appliance is electric oven and hob there is space for a dishwasher. There is a large larder cupboard in the kitchen and fitted wall and base units. And French Doors lead to the garden. A separate large utility room has a fridge and freezer washing machine and dryer, (these are for tenants use but kit maintained by the landlord) and French Doors to the garden. There is a large larder cupboard and fitted wall and base units. A separate large utility which includes a fridge and a freezer, washing machine and dryer, (these are for tenants use but not maintained by the landlord) also on the ground floor is a shower room with WC. Upstairs boasts three double rooms the 1st a large bedroom with and additional dressing room, two further doubles one with mirrored wardrobes and the other a built in cupboard wardrobe. The main bathroom has a bath with over head shower sink and WC . Outside: The large garden has Gate access from garden to the private drive. The garden wraps around the side of the property to the front. This is a very spacious property in a rural village location. The landlord is looking for a long-term tenant. Pets considered
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