OIEO £285,000 - Sold STC


  • Three bedroom
  • Excellent location
  • Large reception rooms
  • Downstairs WC
  • Semi detached
  • Scope to extend
  • Eat in kitchen
  • Generous bedrooms

An oppourtunity to own a substantial property on Scholes Lane, a much sought after area, being in the cachment for excellent schools and walking distance to local places of worship. This large three bedroom family home has big generous rooms, front and rear gardens and a two car driveway.

Beautifully maintained as a family home, there`s scope to extend if you require more room. With space to the side and rear of the house and the hallway and landing are generous enough to hold an additional staircase should you wish to expand into the attic space.

The groung floor has two large, bright receptions rooms, French doors seperate the space for a formal setting and it can be open plan for day to day living. The kitchen is roomy and has space for an informal dining space. Guests are invited to make use of the downstairs WC.

Upstairs are three - very, generous bedrooms. The master and second room have extensive fitted wardobes and storage and still maintain a large floor space. The third room, currently used as a single room has the potential to be a great nursery or home workspace and would double as an additioanl guest room. The family bathroom has a large wak in shower and has room enough should the next purchasers wish to install a bath in addition.

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