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Spacious family home with attractive gardens; Chapelfields - PS230,000 Payne Associates.

WITH the advantage of no upward chain, the buyers of a larger-than-average family home in a much desired residential area can soon have the use of some really practical accommodation.

The property, located on Allesley Old Road, Chapelfields, is one of eight individually designed homes which form an attractive group. It is double glazed and centrally heated and has a pleasant entrance into the hallway where there is a staircase with a balustrade and spindles, Amtico flooring and an understairs cupboard.

The through lounge and dining room is more than 25ft in length plus a bay window recess. The lounge boasts a feature living flame, coal-effect gas fire set into a raised marble hearth, while the dining room has double opening patio doors to the rear garden.

Porcelanosa splashback tiles are an attraction in the refitted kitchen-breakfast room which includes extensive storage units and work tops.

Two of the three bedrooms include excellent wardrobe space and the luxury refitted bathroom has a three-piece suite with a pressure shower over the bath.

Stocked flower borders and decorative stone bedding help to create an attractive frontage and the rear garden is complete with two paved patio areas, feature raised rockery bedding, a shed, hard standing for one vehicle and secure access to a garage.

The price is PS230,000. Call Payne Associates on 024 7622 2022 for more details.

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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Apr 16, 2016
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