- Retaining a wealth of period features
- Conveniently located for local shops, amenities, and Main Line Station
- Dining Room with original sash window and open fire
- Gas heating to radiators
- Three Bedroom 1903 character cottage
- Lounge with original sash bay window and open fire
- Fitted Kitchen
- Wood stripped floor boards on the ground floor
Retaining a wealth of period feature is this three Bedroom 1903 character cottage conveniently located for local shops, amenities and Main Line Station with links to London Euston. Lounge with original sash bay window and open fire. Dining Room with original sash window and open fire. Fitted Kitchen. Bathroom. Wood stripped floor boards on the ground floor. Gas heating to radiators. Garden.
'Apsley village' is a favoured residential area with a delightful village feel and excellent local schooling and a good selection of shops and other amenities. For the commuter the village benefits from its own mainline railway station to London Euston, whilst it also enjoys the picturesque benefits of the Grand Union Canal and Apsley Marina
Wooden front door to :-
Bay window with original sash Windows. Feature cast iron open fire with decorative tiled cheeks. Storage cupboard. Picture rail. Wood stripped wooden floor boards.Two radiators. Door to:-
Stairs to the first floor. Wood stripped floor boards. Doors to:-
Original sash window. Impressive cast iron open fire place with tiled cheeks. Storage cupboard. Under stairs storage cupboard. Picture rail. Wood stripped floor boards. Radiator. Door to:-
Fitted with a single bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and a range of matching shaker style wall and floor mounted units comprising both cupboards and drawers and with the benefit of matching cornices, plinths and pelmets. Colour co-ordinated work surfaces. Integrated stainless steel oven and grill. Integrated stainless steel 4 burner gas hob with a stainless steel splash back. Space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Space for a fridge freezer. Wall mounted gas boiler in a matching cupboard. Tiled flooring. Window. Double glazed door opening on to the rear garden. Latch and brace door to:-
Fitted in white with chrome fittings and comprising a panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, and a low level WC. Colour co-ordinated part tiled walls and tiled flooring. Chrome heated towel rail. Extractor fan. Recessed ceiling lighting. Dual aspect with double glazed windows to both rear and side aspects.
Access to loft space. Picture rail. Doors to:-
Original sash window. Picture rail. Radiator.
Original sash window. Built in wardrobe. Picture rail. Radiator.
Original sash window. Radiator.
Cottage style front garden arranged with low maintenance in mind.
Well arranged with low maintenance in mind with both a patio and decked seating area otherwise laid with artificial lawn. Outside light and tap. Fenced boundaries and gated side access.
Please see floorplan for measurements.
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.
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