DescriptionWe are delighted to bring to the market for sale this lovely three bedroom end terrace, mews house, located on a quiet cul-de-sac in the market town of Kirkham. The property is in a fantastic location, just minutes walk to the town centre with all its shops and amenities. The M55 motorway is easily accessible and the train station is accessible within walking distance. Downstairs comprises an entrance hall, large, open plan lounge/diner and modern kitchen. Upstairs is three bedrooms and a bathroom. To the rear is a stepped garden and parking space. The house boast double glazing and gas central heating throughout.
4'08" (1m 42cm) x 5'02" (1m 57cm)
Entrance hallway, leading to......
LOUNGE / DINER
25'00" (7m 62cm) x 13'03" (4m 3cm)
Very large open plan lounge / diner with wood laminate flooring, storage cupboard, feature fireplace and electric fire.
9'09" (2m 97cm) x 8'05" (2m 56cm)
Modern fitted kitchen with beech wall & base units, black granite effect worktops, wood laminate flooring, integrated oven & hob and a door leading to rear garden.
14'05" (4m 39cm) x 10'00" (3m 4cm)
Large double bedroom to the rear with carpet.
11'8" (3m 55cm) x 10'03" (3m 12cm)
Good size double room to front with carpet.
7'03" x 6'11"
Large single room to the front with carpet.
10'9" (3m 27cm) x 7'00" (2m 13cm)
Modern bathroom with grey tiled floor, white tiled walls, heated towel rail, wc, basin and large walk-in shower.
There is good size stepped garden to the rear, with allocated parking space.
At Harbour Properties we make our advertisements as accurate as we can, however complete correctness cannot be guaranteed and any information provided, including measurements and any leasehold fees, should be used as a guideline only. All details provided in this advert should be excluded from any contract. Please note no appliances, electrics, drains, plumbing, heating or anything else have been tested by Harbour Properties. All purchasers are recommended to carry out their own investigations before completing a purchase.
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The average energy efficiency rating for a dwelling in England and Wales is band D (rating 60).