Description A charming three bedroom semi detached house built in the 1920's formerly as a brewery workers cottage, situated in a quiet lane on the edge of the Wyke side of town close to local schools, shops, country pub, bus routes and mainline train station (Exeter - London/Waterloo).
This comfortable family home offers versatile living accommodation which is arranged over two floors and briefly comprises of:- Entrance hall; lounge with brick feature fireplace; dining room with exposed floorboards; kitchen with fitted pine floor cupboards, space for cooker and fridge/freezer; rear hall leading to utility room and cloakroom. The landing on the first floor leads to three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property benefits from gas central heating, UPVC double glazing, workshop and garden.
***internal viewing highly recommended***
outside Gravelled and tarmacadam parking spaces. Gate to:-
Fenced front Garden Laid to lawn, flower and shrub borders, trees, outside light and outside tap.
Workshop (5.72m x 2.97m) Double doors, light and power.
Location Gillingham offers a good range of facilities including 2 doctors surgeries, dentists, 3 chemists, 4 supermarkets to include Waitrose, bank and a building society, library, 3 primary schools and a well renown secondary school, post office, sports centre, public houses and a selection of restaurants and country town amenities. There is good access to the A303 and a mainline railway station on the London/Waterloo to Exeter line.
Additional information Services: Mains Water, Gas, Electricity & Drainage.
Council Authority: Dorset Council
Council Tax Band: C
Caution: Nb All services and fittings mentioned in these particulars have not been tested and hence we cannot confirm that they are in working order.
Agent's Notes: Fitted carpets as seen are included in the sale.
Energy Performance Certificate:
Rated: D ~ View at