NO STAMP DUTY (Main Home) This traditionally designed 1950's three bedroom semi detached house has signature leaded light porthole window to the hallway and occupies a good size plot with feature garden that is south west facing and not overlooked from beyond. internally the property has undergone a refurbishment where by there is a feature recently installed kitchen diner with integrated appliances and upgraded electrics throughout. The Forest Side location will appeal and there is proximity to sub centre amenities whilst being walking distance to the town at the same time. The full layout in brief comprises of hall, additional side entry, bay fronted lounge, kitchen diner which faces south west and has multiple windows and patio doors. At first floor there are three bedrooms, two of which are double and a good size third and spacious three piece bathroom. Outside the driveway provides off road car parking and the rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with the a fore mentioned private aspect. The property is sold with no upward chain and early viewing is recommended.
Initially there's a front entrance door with oval cut and obscure glass panel affording natural lighting and access to the hall.
The hall has a feature original coloured and leaded porthole window, stairs to the first floor have a shaped timber spindle balustrade with large radiator opposite. A modern theme is created by the brushed metal triple light switch and double electrical socket and matches the door furniture to the replacement doors. Under stairs storage cupboard and a side access door with glass panel.
Well proportioned the lounge has an attractive replacement uPVC double glazed window with leaded upper panels with curved radiator beneath with temperature control. The room has been redecorated and is presented neutrally, decorative fireplace, four double brushed metal electrical sockets, TV aerial connection along with broadband.
The kitchen diner is a particular feature of the property and has been made open plan. Split in to two distinct sections, to the kitchen area there is a rear elevation double glazed window with composite sink unit beneath and lever mixer tap over, wood effect work surfaces, cream coloured gloss units have brushed metal handles. Built in appliances include fridge freezer, four ring gas hob with stainless steel extractor hood above and electric oven beneath and dishwasher whilst there is space for a tumble dryer and plumbing for washing machine. On trend metro style splash backs in grey, polished metal electrical sockets, six recessed LED lights and the internal door back to the hallway has been replaced with a wooden one with glazed panels. Tiled floor continues through to the dining section and here there are six further LED lights and natural lighting and access to the garden is via the aluminium framed double glazed sliding patio door making for a light and airy space. Modern radiator, feature wall with diamond pattern, further double electrical socket.
Stairs lead from the hall to the first floor landing with side elevation uPVC double glazed window, roof space access hatch.
Broad in its extent with attractive double glazed bay window with leaded panels and curved radiator beneath, the main bedroom is above the lounge and at the front of the property. A second radiator to the rear of the room next to the replacement door.
The second double bedroom has a built in double wardrobe with rail and shelving within, a rear elevation double glazed window with radiator beneath.
The design of the 1950's three bedroom semi made for a larger third bedroom and indeed a more usable space. Front elevation double glazed window, radiator and cupboard over the stairs with rail and shelving.
The bathroom comprises of a three piece suite consisting of corner bath with twin taps over and electric shower above with tiled splash backs, pedestal wash hand basin and low level wc. Rear and side elevation windows, modern radiator.
The herringbone pattern block paved driveway allows off road car parking for two saloon vehicles with lawn adjacent and low level brick walling fronting the pavement with hedge enclosing. The driveway continues through a pair of timber gates to the rear.
At the rear there is a paved patio and oblong shaped lawn fully enclosed by timber fencing not overlooked from beyond and facing south west.
From Loughborough town centre proceed along Beacon Road, at the Epinal Way roundabout continue straight on over and turn left into Beacon Drive where the property is situated on the right hand side identified by the agents 'For Sale' board.
All mains services are available and connected to the property which is gas centrally heated. The property is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Charnwood Borough Council - Tax Band C.
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We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are travelling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller by separate negotiation.