This four bedroom property is situated on the popular Elizabeth Park development in a quiet setting which is conveniently located within walking distance of the town and railway station. The property offers spacious accommodation throughout spreading over two floors.
The ground floor accommodation comprises of spacious entrance hall leading to the front aspect dining room. The dining room opens up to the living room which boasts French doors out to the conservatory that overlooks the private rear garden. The ground floor accommodation further benefits from a galley kitchen/breakfast room with ample storage throughout and an extra utility space with access to the rear garden.
The first floor is made up of four well-proportioned bedrooms with the master bedroom including built in wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom. Further to this there is a white suite family bathroom.
Externally this property has a detached double garage and parking for two vehicles. With beautifully landscaped front gardens the property is set back off the road. The private rear garden offers a great degree of privacy with laid to lawn and a patio area big enough for a garden table and chairs, ideal for summer BBQ?s!
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