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2 bedroom cottage for sale
26 George Street, Snaith, DN14 9HY
- Period Detached Cottage
- Gas Central Heating
- uPVC Double Glazing
- Lounge & Dining Room
- Two Bedrooms
- Gardens & Outhouses
- Ideally placed for local amenities
The property has the benefit of gas central heating and uPVC double glazing throughout.
GROUND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
· Entrance Hall
uPVC part glazed entrance door. Stairway to the first floor.
· Lounge (1110 x 136)
(3.61m x 4.13m)
Tiled fire surround and hearth having an open grate. French doors to the rear garden.
· Dining Room (116 x 133)
(3.51m x 4.06m)
Laminate floor. One central heating radiator.
· Breakfast Kitchen (99 x 159)
(2.99m x 4.80m)
A range of fitted base and wall units finished in white laminate. Laminated worktops incorporating a stainless steel single drainer sink with mixer tap. Understairs storage cupboard. Wall mounted Baxi gas boiler which heats the radiators and provides the domestic hot water. Coving to the ceiling. Plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Laminate floor. Rear access door. One central heating radiator.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
· Bedroom One (1310 x 112)
(4.22m x 3.42m)
To the front elevation. Built in wardrobes. Built in storage cupboard. Coving to the ceiling. One central heating radiator.
· Bedroom Two (123 x 1390
(3.75m x 4.19m)
To the front elevation. One central heating radiator.
· Bathroom (99 x 158)
(2.99m x 4.77m)
Panelled bath, shower cubicle with an electric shower, vanity wash hand basin and a low flush w.c. Cupboard containing the cistern tank. One central heating radiator.
To the rear of the property is an enclosed yard with access gate to the front of the property, and a walled garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a paved seating area and shrub and flower borders.
Two outbuildings, one is a garden store and the other is being used to store coal.
Please Note: Floor Plans are given for guidance purposes only and should not be taken as an accurate representation of the property.