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Tower Road, Belvedere

Belvedere

£375,000

4 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12179465
Type:
Detached House
Availability:
Sold STC
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Freehold
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Property features

  • Detached House
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazed
  • Garage
  • Parking to Front
  • Close to Nuxley Village
  • Approx 1 mile From Belvedere Station

Summary

We are excited to present a unique opportunity in the housing market: a four-bedroom modern detached house, ideally located within walking distance to the charming Nuxley Village and approximately 1 mile from Belvedere station, offering convenient access to the City. This spacious property, while in need of some updating, provides a fantastic canvas for those looking to personalize their living space to their own tastes and standards.

The property opens into a welcoming living room, a space that promises comfort and relaxation, and is perfect for family gatherings. The kitchen, which awaits your personal touch, presents an opportunity to create a culinary haven tailored to your preferences. Additionally, the convenience of a ground floor cloakroom enhances the functionality of the home.

The ground floor also hosts bedroom 1, offering flexibility in accommodation that could serve as a guest room, home office, or additional living space, depending on your needs. Ascending to the first floor, the landing leads to three further bedrooms, each providing a comfortable and private retreat for family members or guests. The accommodation is completed by a family bathroom and a separate W.C., ensuring convenience for all household members.

Outside, the property benefits from a garden, offering a private and serene outdoor space for relaxation, entertainment, or gardening. The inclusion of a garage to the rear adds a practical element, providing secure parking or additional storage space.

This detached house, with its modern design and potential for personalization, represents an ideal opportunity for families or individuals looking for a property they can update and make their own. Its proximity to Nuxley Village and Belvedere station makes it a highly desirable location, combining the appeal of village life with easy access to the City.

Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the space, potential, and location of this four-bedroom modern detached house. Don't miss the chance to make this house your new home, offering the perfect blend of spacious living, convenience, and potential for personalization.


Details

Entrance Hall

Living Room 22' 7'' x 9' 9'' (6.89m x 2.98m)

Kitchen 11' 7'' x 8' 7'' (3.53m x 2.61m)

Bedroom 8' 6'' x 8' 2'' (2.59m x 2.48m)

Ground Floor WC

Landing

Bedroom 9' 11'' x 10' 10'' (3.03m x 3.29m)

Bedroom 12' 2'' x 10' 8'' (3.71m x 3.25m)

Bedroom 11' 2'' x 9' 1'' (3.40m x 2.76m)

Bathroom

Seperate WC

Garden

Garage

Floor Plans

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