Oak Crescent, East Leake

3 beds | 2 baths | 2 receptions | £252,000


This three double bedroom detached home was originally four bedrooms and the fourth bedroom has been converted to a bathroom and the original bathroom now a shower room to create an ideal family home which is within easy walking distance of the village centre along with Brookside school catchment. The property is centrally heated by a gas powered warm aired system and fully double glazed. The layout in brief comprises of hall, wc, full width well lit South facing lounge, a separate dining room and kitchen (combining these spaces would be popular for some buyers). At first floor there the aforementioned three double bedrooms, three piece bathroom suite and separate two piece shower room. Externally there is a low maintenance fore garden with coloured stones whilst the driveway and semi covered car port combined with the garage provides parking facility. The rear garden has patio and raised lawn section and is not overlooked from beyond. Established location, cul-de-sac position, early viewing recommended.

Replacement uPVC side access door with obscure glass panel with Georgian bar having matching panel adjacent affording natural lighting and access to the hall.

Stairs to the first floor having replacement shaped timber spindle balustrade with cupboard space beneath. A single electrical socket in a polished gold effect finish which matches the design of the light switch. Coved ceiling, decorative dado rail then a cupboard discreetly housing the gas powered heating system and at the end of the hall is the wc.

The wc comprises of a two piece suite consisting of pedestal wash hand basin and low level wc both with tiled splash backs. Obscure glass double glazed window with Georgian bar, decorative dado rail and then the main access to the understairs cupboard via the wc.

LOUNGE 5.72m x 3.63m (18'9 x 11'11)
The lounge is impressive in its size spanning the full width of the property and benefits from a good deal of natural lighting via two front elevation double glazed windows and has a Southerly aspect. The focal point of the room is a fireplace with raised slate hearth, stone back and timber mantelpiece. TV aerial connection point, neutral wall decoration with coved ceiling and a polished metal dimmer light switch.

DINING ROOM 2.90m x 2.87m (9'6 x 9'5)
The dining room provides a degree of separation and is open to interpretation with regards to its use and can easily be a family room if so required or if combined with the kitchen adjacent could create a full width kitchen diner which is some what the fashion at present. The room benefits from a pair of double glazed double doors with fixed panels adjacent making for a light and airy space. Patterned wallpaper above a decorative dado rail, serving hatch to the kitchen, TV aerial connection.

KITCHEN 3.05m x 2.87m (10' x 9'5)
The kitchen has an array of storage cupboard units particularly at eye level where there are three double and three single eye level cupboards with three double and one single above these in addition. Integrated appliances include a four ring electric hob with extractor hood above and electric oven adjacent in a stainless steel finish. Plumbing for automatic washing machine and dishwasher respectively, space for a tumble dryer and space for a fridge appliance. Rear elevation double glazed window with Georgian bar having a coloured sink unit beneath with mixer tap over whilst the base storage cupboards consist of two doubles and one single and a four drawer unit. The walls are majority tiled and the electrical sockets which are numerous are in a brushed metal finish continuing the contemporary theme. Rear door leading out to the garden.

Stairs lead from the hall to the first floor landing with side elevation uPVC sealed unit double glazed window, dimmer light switch and roof space access hatch.

BEDROOM ONE 3.28m x 3.66m (10'9 x 12)
The main bedroom has a front aspect South facing double glazed window with Georgian bar and timber sill. Built in wardrobes comprising of two doubles having rail within and double cupboards above respectively.

BEDROOM TWO 3.66m x 2.69m (12' x 8'10)
The second double bedroom also has a South facing double glazed window with Georgian bar and view over the landscaped fore garden. Wall covering with decorative border, built in double and single wardrobe.

BEDROOM THREE 3.33m x 2.92m (10'11 x 9'7)
The third double bedroom has a rear elevation double glazed window with a view over the garden and is a nicely sized third bedroom.

The shower room was originally the bathroom and comprises of two elements having shower cubicle having mains shower over and wash hand basin with double cupboard beneath, side elevation double glazed window and airing cupboard discreetly housing the hot water cylinder.

The main bathroom was originally bedroom four and now has three elements within consisting of panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level wc all with tiled splash backs. Rear elevation double glazed window, recessed halogen lighting, dual voltage electric shaver point and full tiling to walls.

To the front of the property the block paved driveway in a herringbone pattern allows off road car parking and this leads to the semi covered car port. The fore garden is low maintenance with coloured and white stone and a low level retaining wall. The garage is provided with power and light and has an up and over door. At the rear the block paving continues to create a patio, three steps lead up to the raised lawn section with pebbled patio to the top left hand corner, the garden is not overlooked from beyond and affords a good deal of privacy. From a maintenance point of view soffitts, guttering and fascias have been replaced with uPVC ones and to the remaining right hand elevation a block paved path leads back to the front and here there is an outside cold water tap.

From East Leake village centre proceed along the Main Street, then between the church and the shop turn right onto Station Road. Follow this along, turning left into Twentylands Drive which becomes Sycamore Road and shortly afterwards turn left into Oak Crescent. On entering the crescent bear left and continue to its full extent where the property is then situated on the left hand side as identified by the agents 'For Sale' board.

All mains services are available and connected to the property which is gas centrally heated ( warm air ). The property is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Rushcliffe Borough Council - Tax Band D

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.

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