3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleLittle Acton Drive, Wrexham
- Three Bedrooms
- 1930's Style Semi-Detached House
- Extended Property
- Garage and Workshop
Garage and Workshop
8.91m x 5.54m (29'3" x 18'2")
The garage is an unusual but effective space that has two car park spaces, a workshop and utility room. The two up-and-over garage doors are at right angles to one another, providing an opportunity for the space to be used for more than one use.
The front garden has a lawn area and a variety of flowering shrubs. To the back of the property there is an enclosed garden which has been paved to keep maintenance to a minimum. Alongside the house runs the driveway which has space to park at least two cars.
Fixtures and Fittings
The carpets and floor coverings, curtain poles, window blinds and light fittings are included in the sale price.
The property has a Council Tax band rating E.
4.10m x 2.45m (13'5" x 8'0")
The galley kitchen incorporates a range of classic white shaker style wall and base units that have a accented design of tongue and groove timber. The work-surface has a granite look with mosaic tiled splash back.
The downstairs cloakroom has a W.C. pan and hand-rinse basin fitted.
3.84m x 3.07m (12'7" x 10'1")
Two wardrobe's are fitted alongside the chimney breast in the first bedroom.
3.43m x 3.41m (11'3" x 11'2")
The second bedroom will accommodate a double bed and furniture. The room has a built in wardrobe.
2.45m x 2.19m (8'0" x 7'2")
A genuine single bedroom.
3.27m x 2.43m (10'9" x 8'0")
A white panel bath and roll top wash hand basin and W.C pan are fitted in the bathroom. The bathroom benefits from a separate shower enclose in which is connected a mains powered shower. A parquet style floor covering is laid and the walls emulsion painted white.
The house is heated from a gas fired combination boiler delivering hot water on-demand. uPVC double glazed windows and doors have been installed, with exception to the window in the second bedroom. The ground floor of the property has been extended to increase the floor area of the lounge and kitchen. The garage has an unexpected but effective layout, providing space for two cars and utility room.
The front door opens into an enclosed porch. The porch leads to the entrance hall.
A beech effect laminate floor is laid in the entrance hall that flows through to the lounge and dining area. The diving wall was been opened up to create an archway separating the lounge and entrance hall. Stairs lead to first floor accommodation.
7.48m x 2.98m (24'6" x 9'9")
As you walk into the lounge your eyes are drawn to the alcoves situated either side of the chimney breast, to which an electric coal effect fire has been installed. The lounge extends into the original dining area from which double Georgian doors open into a room created through a building extension to the property.
3.44m x 2.72m (11'3" x 8'11")
The dining room could also be used as a study, nursery or used for additional living space. Presently, the room is being used as an art-room by the homeowner. Sliding patio doors lead out to the garden.
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