This late Edwardian semi-detached house is truly a hidden gem offering depth of character throughout, alongside contemporary modern living. Spaciousness abounds and the location offers much with proximity to both town centre amenities and the mainline railway station. The well presented accommodation comprises entrance hall, a newly fitted kitchen, expansive utility room, dining room, living room, conservatory, four first floor bedrooms, family bathroom plus a separate second floor bedroom. The current owners have installed wood burning stoves in three of the first floor bedrooms, all with HETAS certification, utilising existing fireplaces. To the rear and side of the property there is parking for up to three vehicles plus a shed and log store whilst a good-sized mature and private front garden which also provides pedestrian access to the property.
The sense of the spaciousness on offer at Western Road is immediately apparent as you enter the entrance hall at the front of the property with stairs to the first floor and doors to both the living and dining rooms before the hallway leads you on to the kitchen. The living room itself is typically Edwardian with high ceilings and a front aspect bay with sash style windows allowing natural light to flood in. An open fireplace with stone surround and mantle with tiled hearth is a real feature. There is an open plan flow into the dining room, currently used as additional living space with its own wood burning stove inset into a further fireplace. Recently fitted French doors give access from the dining room into a large conservatory with its own French doors accessing the rear of the property. There are also recently installed Bifold doors providing an open plan flow into the kitchen which itself has been installed during 2022. The kitchen, with window to the side and underfloor heating, comprises a range of eye and base level cupboards and drawers with wood work-surfaces over. There is an inset electric hob with extractor over plus an integral dishwasher as well as eye level built in ovens and grill. A door from the kitchen leads into a generous sized utility room with space and plumbing for appliances along with a wall mounted gas combi boiler. There is also a door to a separate WC and a further door to a smaller conservatory currently used for cloaks storage.
The first floor comprises four bedrooms, three of which have wood burning stoves. The family bathroom, also on the first floor has its own underfloor heating and includes a claw foot, roll top bath and a separate shower cubicle with rainfall shower. Stairs to the second floor lead to an additional bedroom, currently used as a study.
Council tax band E.
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