Guide Price £540,000 - Under Offer


  • Rarely available 1930"s 3 Bedroom Detached home with garage and driveway
  • Lounge with bay window and feature fire
  • Fitted Kitchen
  • Gas heating to radiators.
  • Rear garden
  • Convenient for local shops schools and mainline station
  • Dining Room with Art Deco open fire
  • Bathroom, Cloakroom
  • Outbuildings

Rarely available 1930`s 3 bedroom detached family home with garage and driveway located in this popular residential situation and convenient for local shops, sought after schooling and main line station with links to London Euston. Lounge with bay window and feature fire. Dining room with Art Deco open fire. Fitted kitchen. First floor bathroom and cloak room. Gas heating to radiators. Outbuildings. Rear garden.
The Manor estate is a small and exclusive private development close to both countryside, vibrant Apsley village centre and the main line railway station serving London Euston. Apsley village itself offers an extensive range of shopping facilities and other amenities including the Village Hall and a range of traditional public houses and restaurants.

STORM PORCH
Wooden front door with leaded light window to:-

ENTRANCE HALL
Two leaded light windows with secondary glazing. Stairs to first floor. Under stairs storage cupboard. Pine floor boards. Radiator. Doors to:-

LOUNGE
Bay window. Feature fire with a polished `Limestone` surround and real flame effect coals burning gas fire. Radiator.

DINING ROOM
Pair of double glazed French doors opening on to the rear garden. Two windows. Art Deco open fire with a tiled surround. Wood effect flooring. Two radiators.

KITCHEN
Bespoke fitted kitchen with single bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and a range of matching pine shaker style wall and floor mounted units comprising of both cupboards and drawers. Colour co-ordinated work surface with part tiled walls. Space for an oven with a stainless steel extractor hood over. Space and plumbing for a slim line dishwasher. Space for a fridge. Radiator. Dual aspect with windows to both side and rear aspects. Part glazed wooden door opening on to the rear garden.

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING
Leaded light windows. Shelved airing cupboard with a storage cupboard over. Access to a useful boarded loft space with a Velux window, power, lighting and accessed via a pull down loft ladder. Doors to:-

MASTER BEDROOM
Bay window with far reaching roof top views. Built in wardrobes to one wall. Art Deco tiled feature fire. Two radiators.

BEDROOM 2
Window. Fitted wardrobes to one wall. Radiator.

BEDROOM 3
Window. Wood effect flooring. Radiator.

BATHROOM
Fitted in white with chrome fittings and comprising of a panelled bath with a Gainsborough shower over and a pedestal wash hand basin. Colour coordinated part tiled walls with a decorative tiled border. Heated towel rail l extractor fan. Window.

SEPARATE CLOAKROOM
Fitted in white with chrome fittings and comprising of a wall hung wash hand basin with a tiled splash back and a low level WC. Window.

OUTSIDE

DRIVEWAY
Gravel driveway providing excellent off road parking facilities.

GARAGE / WORK SHOP
With opening door to front and a personal door to side access. Window. Power and lighting.

FRONT GARDEN
Arrange with a variegated herbaceous border. Outside light and gated side access to:-

REAR GARDEN
Arranged with herbaceous borders, apple tree, rhubarb, vegetable patch, green house otherwise mainly laid to lawn with fenced boundaries. Outside lights and tap.

OUTBUILDINGS

UTILITY ROOM
Colour co-ordinated work surface with space and plumbing under for an automatic washing machine and freezer unit. Wood effect flooring. Power and lighting.

STORAGE SHED
Window. Power and lighting.

STORAGE CUPBOARD
Window.

H12371
See floorplan for measurements.

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Floor Plan
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