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PRICE GUIDE £425,000 - £450,000
Set in the heart of Meadvale, this pretty and spacious two and half bedroom property is presented in excellent condition, filled with character and contemporary features.
In the summer, a fete takes place on the green by the playground, which is warmly received by all the local neighbours creating a wonderful friendly and family-oriented community. There are good local schools ranging from all ages, all of which are within walking distance and with Earlswood Lakes nearby you have the perfect spot for a dog walk or summer picnic.
With a pretty red brick front, you follow the pathway leading to a mint front door. Once inside, you will be instantly impressed with the light and space this home has. The large open plan living space is lit naturally through the bay window. Boasting original wooden flooring, feature fireplace and a great social layout. You can enjoy dinner up at the table before heading over to the plush sofa suite to enjoy a cosy night in with loved ones as you catch up on your favourite TV series.
At the back of the property you will find the completely refurbished kitchen, with white cupboards, marble affect countertops and metro tiled splashback this is a great design combination of old and new styles delivering a stylish finish. Through the back door, you step out to the path leading you to the decked area, lawn and patio. This garden is perfect for a keen gardener with so much potential to make this space burst with colour and create the perfect little haven. There is also some outside storage as well as a shed to keep things nearly tucked away.
Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms. The master bedroom is a great size, the second bedroom includes built in storage and a beautiful cast iron fireplace. The large landing would be ideal for a workspace or dressing room. The gorgeous bathroom has relaxing tones, a sizable bath with overhead shower and storage!
"This house dates back to 1890 and was once a cobblers. Everyone who comes in through the front door, comments on how the house is a bit of a ‘Tardis’, as the rooms are so much bigger than you would expect. There is a perfect, hidden spot to sit in, at the back of the garden nestled in the trees and shrubs, where you can catch the evening sun with a glass of wine and unwind in front of the fire pit."