*VIEWINGS AVAILABLE SUBJECT TO COVID -19 GUIDANCE FOR ESTATE AGENTS* An absolutely incredible one double bedroom freehold house, found in a lovely tucked away peaceful spot in a sought after part of Ash Village. Presented in fabulous condition throughout, with a refitted modern kitchen and bathroom, this amazing house has lots to offer. A large living room/dining room is complimented with a large double bedroom. With gas central heating and double glazing, there is also a spacious loft for storage. Outside, this unique home has two lovely gardens and an additional piece of land to the front, which could easily house a home office. With two allocated parking spots right outside the property and additional visitor parking as well. Located at the end of this very popular cul-de-sac, close to Ash train station, all the village shops and local amenities, opportunities like this one don't come up very often. Being sold with no onward chain complications, call us today to come and take a look!
To the front is a paved parking area with two allocated parking spots and more additional visitor parking available. There is a section of garden to the front which is mainly laid to lawn and has mature beds filled with lovely plants and flowers, the garden flows around the side of the property to an additional area which has a small paved section which is perfect for sitting and enjoying some peace and quiet. There is another section of lawn and more mature planting. The garden is enclosed by a well kept small hedge. Beyond the parking area is another peiece of land which is owned byt the property, this is quite large and could easily house a home office/outbuilding and is at the moment, sectiuoned with lawn and gravel.
- One Double Bedroom
- Freehold Terraced House
- Refitted Kitchen and Bathroom
- Two Allocated Parking Spaces
- Front and Side Gardens
- Sought After Private and Peaceful Cul-de-Sac
- Close to Ash Train Station
- EPC Rating: D (67)
- No Onward Chain
- EPC Rating (D) 67
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