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Church Lane, Horsley Woodhouse, Ilkeston DE7



2 Bedroom House SSTC

Church Lane, Horsley Woodhouse, Ilkeston DE7

Key features


Porch/Entrance Hallway
1.70m x 1.40m (5'7" x 4'7") Entrance hallway to front elevation, with half composite/half roller wave glass door opening into living room/lounge area. UPVC double glazed, leaded window to front elevation, with front door to side elevation; Wood effect Vinyl flooring.

3.60m x 3.50m (11'10" x 11'6") Cosy lounge/living area opening into kitchen/dining room - feature [old/blocked off chimney] wall, with part exposed brick and black, wood burning-effect, electric fireplace; with a beautiful painted-wood beam ceiling, giving the room a wonderful cottagey feel. Fitted grey carpets; UPVC double glazed, lead window to front elevation; double radiator; door to side elevation leading to stairway, up to first floor.

Kitchen/Dining Room
4.50m x 2.10m (14'9" x 6'11") Shaker style, laminate, base & wall units, with slate grey effect laminate countertops, lining either side of the kitchen to the right; with space for free-standing fridge/freezer and built-in electric oven and gas hob - with navy tiled splashback. Serving hatch on wall connecting into lounge area and internal window on opposite wall, looking into utility room; with under stairs pantry area to left-hand corner of the room. Warm tiled flooring; painted-wood beam ceiling; 2 double radiators.

1.50m x 0.80m (4'11" x 2'7") Under stairs pantry/storage space; warm tiled flooring.

Utility Room
3.50m x 1.60m (11'6" x 5'3") Utility area leading on from kitchen/dining room, to the rear of the property. Light grey laminate worktops to rear wall, with space below for dishwasher, washing machine etc., with 1 & 1/2 sink/drainer - with silver chrome taps. Exterior door to rear elevation leading out to backyard; UPVC, double glazed frosted windows to rear elevation; tiled effect vinyl flooring; internal window looking through into kitchen area.

1.30m x 0.90m (4'3" x 2'11") Tiled effect, grey, vinyl flooring; white toilet and UPVC double glazed, frosted window to rear elevation.

Fitted carpets.

Bedroom 1
2.40m x 2.00m (7'10" x 6'7") Single bedroom to rear of property; UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation; single radiator; fitted carpets.

Bedroom 2
3.60m x 3.10m (11'10" x 10'2") Double bedroom to front elevation; fitted carpets; UPVC, double glazed, leaded window; double radiator; with built-in, over-stairs, storage cupboard to the right-hand corner of the room.

2.40m x 1.60m (7'10" x 5'3") Family bathroom to rear elevation; fully tiled walls and floor; white L shaped bath, with glass panel bath screen, white vanity sink and toilet, with stainless steel mixer taps. UPVC, double glazed frosted window to rear elevation.

Bricked paved driveway to front of garden area, with fenced/hedge borders to either side; path leading on down the side of grassed/lawn area, to front porch and small patio area - with wooden storage shed to front of property.

Large Shed/Outbuilding
Good sized wooden shed/outbuilding/Workshop area - with electricity - to the very front of the garden, next to the driveway. With double doors to the side elevation, and windows to the side and rear. Perfect for use potential use as workshop, summer house or storage area.

Backyard Area
Paved concrete area to the rear, with additional storage space/cupboard opposite the property; access is possible to the rear of the property through shared, privet drivway towards the end of the house row.

Calculate your Stamp Duty

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