Plot 149 features a large open kitchen/living/dining room which has dual aspect and triple-glazed sliding doors leading onto the south-facing terrace and garden beyond. With sun all afternoon, this is a lovely light sunny space, ideal for evening entertaining.
The contemporary German-designed kitchen with Caesarstone worktops and upstands has a clean line finish with ample cupboard space. There is a Bosch integrated fridge freezer, oven, microwave, induction hob, extractor fan and dishwasher. Downstairs also benefits from a spacious hallway, WC, storage cupboard and a useful utility room.
Upstairs the hallway is flooded with light from the oversized windows to the bedrooms. Bedroom one has a large triple-glazed tilt-and-turn door to a glass Juliette window feature as well as an en suite. There is also an area tucked away for a dressing table or a desk. Quiet and tucked away at the back of the house, with a large triple-glazed window is the second double bedroom. A further single bedroom at the back of the house would also make a lovely child’s bedroom or an office.
The terrace and garden are south-facing with a generous patio area, turfed lawn, 2 outside lights, an outside tap and an external electric socket.
There is a generous garage with a light and double sockets and 1 additional parking space.
- 3 bedrooms
- EPC A Rated
- PV Panels and inverters included
- Open plan kitchen/living/family room with sliding doors onto south-facing garden
- Contemporary kitchen with Caesarstone worktops and integrated appliances
- Utility room
- Garage and 1 parking space
- En suite to bedroom one
The Old Printworks
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