*** no upward chain *** first time buyers or investors *** An excellent opportunity to acquire this one bedroom cottage full of traditional charm right in the heart of the sought after village of Measham. With off road private parking for two vehicles and a garden to the front, the ground floor offers; a lounge with ornamental fire place, kitchen with plumbing for an appliance and space for a free-standing fridge / freezer. Upstairs you will find a good size bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a tastefully modernised bathroom with shower over. To the rear is a small path-width block paved area with open land beyond. There is mains gas central heating and UPVC double glazing throughout. Measham offers a wealth of local amenities and excellent commuting links across the Midlands region.
The property is set well back from the quiet cul-de-sac road with a block paved area providing parking for two cars, beyond which is a gravelled front garden, a low retaining wall and a block paved shared access path across the front of the property. The shared access path does not in practice actually get used by other people. Access to the property is via a wooden front door with glazed panels to the top half and a tiled canopy porch above.
With pine effect laminate flooring and an ornamental feature fireplace, the lounge also has a waist height dado rail and traditional beams to the ceiling. There is a bow window to the front elevation, a storage cupboard housing the gas boiler and the gas meter and above the front door is a ceiling height wooden cupboard housing the electricity meter and the property fuse board. You will also find; a telephone socket, a TV aerial cable and one radiator.
With beech effect laminate flooring and a UPVC door to the rear, the kitchen is fitted with a range of cream wood effect units with grey mottled composite work tops. There is an under-stairs storage space for a fridge freezer and plumbing for another appliance. You will also find; painted wooden beams to the ceiling, a stainless steel sink, drainer and chrome mixer tap, a free-standing cooker, a UPVC window to the rear elevation and one radiator. There is a traditional wooden door off to the staircase and the first floor.
With a small window overlooking the rear view, a smoke detector and one radiator.
To the front of the property is a generous double bedroom with a window to the front aspect, built-in double wardrobes, another single wardrobe and a radiator.
With sand stone effect ceramic tiles to the floor, the side of the bath and three of the walls, the bathroom is fitted with a white suite comprising; a bath with chrome handles and separate hot and cold taps, a glass and chrome shower screen and a wall mounted chrome mixer shower and riser. There is a low level WC and a white pedestal sink with chrome mixer tap set in a white high-gloss vanity unit. You will also find; an opaque window to the rear aspect, an extractor fan, an access hatch to the loft space and a radiator.
Outside the back door is a shared access passage way that in practice, does not get used by others. There is no back garden.
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