** W O W ** Traditional semi which has been completely refurbished and re-modelled providing a light and contemporary interior with open plan living space, wood flooring and oak panelled doors throughout. Offered UNFURNISHED the accommodation briefly comprises to the GROUND FLOOR: entrance with steps up to open plan living space with heated tiled flooring and wood burning stove, dining space, comprehensively fitted kitchen/breakfast area with access to the rear garden and utility/cloaks. An oak staircase leads up to 3 double bedrooms (2 with fitted wardrobes) and a luxury refitted bathroom with free standing bath, separate open shower area, feature vanity basin and wc with fully tiled walls and flooring. Outside there is a generous enclosed rear garden with raised decked area, large lawn and garden shed and to the front there is a block paved driveway providing off street parking. Further benefits include gas central heating, double glazing, close proximity to local shops and amenities and a childrens' play area making this an ideal home for the family. The property is also available to 3 professional sharers at an increased rent of £1,500pcm In order to qualify for this property you will need a household income of at least £37,500 per annum (£15,000 per annum each for 3 sharers)
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