3 bedroom house - semi-detached
A superb three storey semi detached town house, situated in a pleasant cul de sac setting within walking distance of the wealth of amenities of this popular Market Town. The property was completed in 2007 by Ben Bailey Homes, finished to a high specification and built to their Devon design which offers more traditional aesthetically pleasing facade with the benefits of modern contemporary living.
The property is being offered with NO CHAIN.
The property occupies a westerly facing and sunny plot within the development, benefitting from additional garden to the rear of the garage as well as open aspect to the rear. Internally the property provides excellent accommodation which is likely to appeal to a wide audience including professionals, young families & potentially even those looking to downsize from larger dwellings. The property benefits from UPVC double glazing in a cream finish, gas central heating and neutral decoration throughout. As expected all the benefits of modern living are on offer with the accommodation comprising entrance hall, cloakroom, kitchen with integrated appliances, living / dining room with bay window and French doors leading out onto the rear terrace.
To the first floor are two bedrooms and family bathroom whilst on the second floor a superb master suite situated in the eaves which offers built in furniture, ensuite facilities and attractive elevated views to both the front and rear. To the exterior the property occupies a delightful position towards the end of the close, situated on a corner plot and offering off road car standing for several vehicles and detached garage with storage in the eaves. The rear garden is a pleasant feature having L shaped lawn, well stocked borders and enclosed by timber fencing.
Bingham enjoys a wonderful range of supermarkets and independent shops, eateries, coffee house, public houses with a market held every Thursday. There is also a medical centre, pharmacies, dentists, leisure centre and a library
SOLD - Subject to Contract