Sandown Close, Bridgwater, TA6
Asking Price £164,995
About this property
- Three Bedroom Terraced Family Home
- NEWLY REFURBISHED TO A VERY HIGH STANDARD
- Gas Central Heating, uPVC Double Glazing & Doors Throughout
- Modern Kitchen & Bathroom Fittings
- Spacious Lounge and Kitchen / Diner
- Parking and Garage
- Attractive Front and Rear Gardens
- Convenient Location, Easy M5 Access
- Cul-De-Sac Position in Friendly Area
- NO CHAIN
Sandown Close, Bridgwater provides a fantastic opportunity to acquire a spacious modern three bedroom terraced house, an ideal first time/young family home which has been newly refurbished to an very high standard throughout.
Situated in a sought-after south side cul-de-sac location on the popular ‘Paul Reeds’ development, being approximately 1 mile from the town centre of Bridgwater with its numerous facilities and amenities. Local shops and schooling are within walking distance together with a regular bus service nearby, and good access to junction 24 of the M5 motorway.
The property, which was built approximately 40 years ago, and fully refurbished in 2016, is constructed of cavity walling, beneath a pitched, tiled, felted and insulated roof, with the accommodation briefly comprising; Entrance Hall, spacious Lounge and Kitchen/Diner, whilst to the first floor there are 3 well proportioned Bedrooms and modern Family Bathroom.
The property benefits from newly fitted carpets, vinyl flooring and engineered oak doors with quality ironmongery throughout.
The property benefits from newly installed Gas Central Heating and hot water, uPVC double glazing to all windows and doors, UPVC fascias and soffits and cavity wall insulation.
Outside there are gardens to the front and rear, the latter being fully enclosed with pedestrian access to the nearby Garage in a block.
To conclude, an fantastic family home offered to the market with vacant possession and no onward chain. As such, early internal inspection is thoroughly recommended.
UPVC double glazed door. Oak efect vinyl flooring. Halogen spotlights. Stairs to first floor. Walk-in storage cupboard housing electric meter, new combi boiler and fuse box unit. Telephone point. Smoke detector. Good sized storage cupboard.
Engineered hardwood door to...
14’4” x 10’5”. UPVC double glazed window to front. TV aerial & satellite TV points.
Glazed French double doors to...
16’10” x 8’8” UPVC double glazed window and sliding patio doors to rear garden.
Equipped with modern high-gloss white floor and wall mounted kitchen units, with 1¼ bowl sink, mixer tap and drainer unit inset into oak effect work surfaces.
Branded and integrated appliances include electric fan assisted oven with timer, ceramic hob, extractor hood incorporating lighting, integrated fridge freezer.
Plumbing for automatic washing machine or integrated dishwasher
Spacious storage, Further storage cupboard over stairwell. Smoke detector. Hatch to felted, insulated and part-boarded roof space.
13’11” x 8’7” UPVC double glazed window to rear. Radiator. Door to built-in wardrobe.
9’3” x 8’7” plus 2ft door recess. UPVC double glazed window to front with Radiator under.
8’0” x 6’3”. UPVC double glazed window to front with Radiator under.
UPVC double glazed window to rear. Modern white suite comprising; pedestal wash hand basin, close-coupled WC, panel sided bath unit with fully tiled surround and thermostatically controlled shower unit over with glazed screen. Shaver socket. Halogen lighting. Chrome mains heated towel rail.
To the front of the property the gardens are open plan and mainly laid to lawn for easy maintenance, with flowerbed and concrete path up to the main entrance porch, with lighting over.
To the rear of the property the gardens are fully enclosed and mainly laid to lawn with paved patio area adjacent to the house, with raised borders beyond. Timber framed SHED newly re-reoofed. Outside tap and lighting. Gate providing rear access to nearby GARAGE within a block.
Bridgwater is an historic market town and civil parish in Somerset.
The town lies along both sides of the River Parrett which has been amajor port and trading centre that still maintains an industrial base.Situated on the major communication routes through South West England,Bridgwater is located between two junctions of the M5 motorway.
Bridgwater railway station is on the main railway line between Bristoland Taunton with direct lines to Paddington.
Living in Bridgwaterand being on the edge of the of the Mendips to the North and theQuantock hills to the west, the landscape brings beauty and tranquillity.
The town also links the Severn Estuary to Taunton via the"Bridgwater and Taunton canal" providing countryside walks and cyclepaths.
The November Carnival held annually is now best known for theilluminated magical displays which attracts around 150,000 people fromaround the country and overseas. The vibrant town centre offers a goodrange of amenities including Bars, Cafés and Coffee shops including High Street outlets and "Angel Place" shopping centre.
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