3 bedroom terraced house for saleMeyer Green, Enfield
- Set Upon A Popular Green
- Living Room Direct Access to Conservatory
- Comprehensively Fitted Kitchen
- WC Within Easy Reach of Rear Garden
- Three Bedrooms & Bathing Upstairs
- Power And Water To Rear Garden
- Paved Feature Rear Garden With Pond
- Side Access - Space To Extend STPP
- Off Road Parking
- Double-Glazing and Gas Central Heat
Open the front door to spacious and well presented three bedroom end of terrace home situated on a popular green and behold the benefits. Your home includes off street parking plus accommodation that is ample for the family and with potential to extend to the side STPP, if you wish to enlarge your home, this is a viable opportunity for you. Click to view now!
A truly beautifully well presented THREE bedroom family home located within a CUL-DE-SAC and easy reach of FORTY HILL. Benefits include a welcoming lounge/reception that leads into the conservatory. There is a comprehensively fitted Kitchen with direct access to the rear garden past the WC. Upstairs there are three amble bedrooms and access to loft for you extension plans. Outside is to be beheld as you have off road parking to the front, side access with space to extend STPP and a fabulous paved rear garden with feature pond and hard standing for everything you might want to store securely. When they built these homes they had space and comfort in mind and the current owners have improved upon that wonderfully. Now come make this your home and property opportunity too. Click to view and come see for yourself.
Rooms and sizes: please see floor plan for dimensions
Reception Room 1:
Hallway the stairs lead to:
Frontage: Off Road Parking
Rear Garden: Paved with a raised pond and hard standing for storage
Enfield Town, also known as Enfield, is the historic centre of the London Borough of Enfield. It is 10.1 miles (16.3 km) north-northeast of Charing Cross. The area is identified in the London Plan as one of 35 major centres in Greater London. Enfield Town used to be in the county of Middlesex, but became part of Greater London in 1965.
Additionally a bit of trivia is that the World's first ATM was installed in Enfield Town. The world's first cash machine or automatic teller machine was installed at the local branch of Barclays Bank on 27 June 1967 and was opened by the actor and Enfield resident Reg Varney.
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EPC Rating: C
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