About 3 Field Mews
Sale includes all carpets, curtains, blinds and light fittings with furniture negotiable.
Canopied wooden porch, courtesy light and power point. Attractive front door leading into;
Spacious and welcoming hall with coved ceiling, radiator, large storage cupboard, large under stair storage cupboard housing fuse box and stairs to first floor with banister.
Sitting / Dining Room: 7.66m x 5.92m (25’2 x 19’5)
A delightful well appointed bright room with triple aspect, French doors to the side leading onto a paved trellised patio with access to parking space. Coved ceiling, chrome finished light switches, two radiators, TV/FM and telephone point, open plan into;
Superb modern fully fitted well equipped kitchen comprising a range of eye and base level units in a grey finish with under cupboard lighting. Pull out bin / recycling draw, integrated waist height electric oven, combi microwave, 4 ring ceramic hob with Neff extractor above. Complementary worktops incorporating a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap, washer/dryer, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, cupboard mounted boiler and power points.
Ground Floor Bedroom: 3.00m x 4.20m (9’10 x 13’10)
Spacious double room, coving to ceiling, large built-in wardrobe/cupboard, TV/FM and telephone point.
Large corner glass shower cubicle with riser Mira power shower, vanity sink with mirrored cabinet above, low level WC, heated chrome towel rail, spot lights and non-slip flooring.
Master Bedroom: 4.06m x 7.97m (13’4 x 26’2)
Superbly spacious dual aspect room with rear aspect large Velux window on a gently sloping ceiling, front aspect window overlooking the green and stunning Cawston House. Built-in wardrobes, two rose chandeliers, TV/FM and power points.
En Suite Bathroom:
Large en suite bathroom with low level bath, wash hand basin, low level WC, heated towel rail, mirrored vanity cabinet and radiator.
Patio area and well maintained communal gardens.
NB: The oven,dishwasher and washer/dryer are all in unused condition as the property was occupied for a very short period.