4 bedroom semi-detached house for saleDunbar Way, Ashby-de-la-Zouch
- Distinctive 3/4 Bedroom Family Home
- Beautifully Presented Interior
- NHBC Guarantee
- Open Plan Living Kitchen
- Three / Four Bedrooms
- Single Garage
- Enclosed Rear Garden
- Energy Rating: B
Occupying an excellent plot and position within the Hastings Park development and built in 2015 by Barratt Homes to their Rochester design, is this superb three storey 3/4 bedroom semi-detached family home affording a beautifully presented and stylish interior and extending to 1061sq ft of internal living space.
The Rochester design successfully blends in contemporary ideas with classic styling and has been further complimented by the owner's creative skills in décor and presented in a show home condition. The property benefits from an efficient gas fired central heating system, UPVC double glazing and briefly comprises of an impressive entrance hall with built in cloaks cupboard, cloakroom/W.C, study/bedroom 4 and completing the ground floor accommodation is the wonderful open plan living kitchen skilfully combining three rooms into one. The open plan kitchen area has a split level oven and hob with living and dining area and French doors leading on to the rear garden.
On the first floor is the lounge with aspect to the front elevation and master bedroom with built in wardrobes and luxury en-suite shower room.
On the second floor are two further good size bedrooms, both enjoying built in wardrobes with storage cupboard and the main family bathroom.
Outside, the property has a distinctive exterior set back from the road with a long tarmac driveway providing ample off road parking for up to 3/4 cars. The single garage has an up and over door whilst to the rear there is an enclosed and private mainly lawned rear garden with paved patio area ideal for out door entertaining.
This ancient market town is on the border of Leicestershire and Derbyshire. It is placed in the centre of a web of routes leading to most of the principal towns and cities of the Midlands and is at the very centre of the National Forest, one of the most ambitious environmental projects in this country with nature reserves, country parks and many tourist attractions. Close to the centre of Ashby are the Castle ruins, modern museum, tourist information centre, library, theatre, leisure centre and several parks offering a variety of leisure opportunities as well as many local clubs and societies. The regular farmers market, daily indoor market, high street names and supermarket give a range of shopping opportunities whilst specialist shops, restaurants and tea rooms are to be found in the courtyards.
Tenure; Freehold (purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the tenure via their legal representative).
Services; Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas are believed to be connected to the property but purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their suitability.
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