3 bedroom detached house for saleKillarney Close, Grantham
- A Stunning Detached Home
- A Quiet Location within a Cul-De-Sac
- THREE BEDROOMS
- Lounge & Dining Room
- KItchen & Conservatory
- Cloakroom, En-Suite & Bathroom
- UPVC DG & Gas CH
- Driveway & Garage
- South Facing Private Gardens
- Energy Rating D
Located in a quiet cul-de-sac, on the outskirts of the ever popular Sunningdale development, is this much loved and improved home. The property owned since new, almost 20 years ago, has never been left wanting, with many improvements completed over the more recent years. The accommodation comprises of Entrance Hall, Cloakroom, Lounge, Dining Room, Conservatory, a modern Kitchen, THREE BEDROOMS with an En-suite to the Master and a family Bathroom. The property also has the advantages of UPVC double glazing and gas fired central heating via a modern combination boiler. Outside there is a driveway providing ample off road parking that leads to an attached garage. There are impeccably maintained gardens to the front and rear, the latter of which are south facing and offer a variety of seating areas to enjoy the sunshine. An early viewing of this home is considered essential to fully appreciate the quality of what is being offered for sale and to avoid disappointment.
Note - All ground floor internal doors are solid oak.
Entrance Hall - With half obscure solid composite entrance door, radiator with cover, smoke alarm, ceramic tiled floor and stairs rising to the first floor landing.
Cloakroom - With UPVc obscure double glazed window to the front aspect, single radiator, ceramic tiled floor, unobtrusive electrical consumer unit and a 2-piece suite comprising low level WC and wash handbasin.
Lounge - 4.50m x 4.19m maximum (14'9" x 13'9 maximum) - With two UPVc double glazed windows to the front aspect, double radiator, Living Flame gas fire set to a marble surround and hearth with decorative wooden mantel. A pair of glazed oak doors leading to:
Dining Room - 2.84m x 2.36m (9'4" x 7'9") - With UPVc bi-folding doors to the conservatory, double radiator.
Conservatory - 4.11m x 2.67m (13'6" x 8'9") - Of dwarf brick wall construction with UPVc double glazed units above and a polycarbonate roof (replaced in October 2017), ceramic tiled floor, wall mounted electric convector heater and UPVc double glazed French doors to the garden.
Kitchen - 4.06m x 2.36m (13'4" x 7'9") - (Replaced, we are informed by the vendors, in 2014). Offering a range of Howdens units having solid oak square edge work surface with inset Belfast ceramic sink with high rise mixer tap over, eye and base level units including two glass fronted display cabinets, integrated dishwasher, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for integrated fridge freezer, 90cm range cooker space with chimney style extractor over (range cooker in situ available by separate negotiation), wall mounted gas fired combination boiler, UPVc double glazed window to the rear overlooking the garden, full double glazed door to the conservatory, double radiator and under stairs storage cupboard with shelving and coat pegs.
First Floor Landing - With UPVc double glazed window to the side aspect, storage cupboard, single radiator and smoke alarm.
Bedroom One - 4.65m incl wardrobes x 3.38m maximum (15'3" incl - With UPVc double glazed window to the front aspect enjoying views over an open green space, single radiator and two double built-in wardrobes.
(Further wardrobe space has had the doors removed to add an extra bedroom alcove but this could easily be reinstated if required).
En Suite Shower Room - 2.31m x 1.68m (7'7" x 5'6") - With UPVc obscure double glazed window to the front aspect, single radiator, integrated extractor fan, shaver socket and a 3-piece suite comprising low level WC, wash handbasin and a fully tiled shower cubicle with mains fed shower within.
Bedroom Two - 3.30m x 2.49m (10'10" x 8'2") - With UPVc double glazed window to the rear aspect, single radiator, double built-in wardrobe and loft hatch access.
Bedroom Three - 2.44m x 2.26m (8'0" x 7'5") - With UPVc double glazed window to the rear aspect and single radiator.
Bathroom - 2.31m x 2.06m (7'7" x 6'9") - With UPVc obscure double glazed window to the rear aspect, single radiator, integrated extractor, shaver socket and a 3-piece suite comprising low level WC, contemporary wash handbasin inset to wide vanity unit with storage beneath, panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over.
Outside - There is driveway parking leading to the garage and a footpath leading to the front entrance door with storm porch covering over and light. The footpath continues to the side of the property where a wrought iron gate leads through to the side and rear garden. There is a pleasant lawned front garden with mature shrubs and bushes. To the side there is a timber SHED and wheelie bin storage space and a further gate leading on to the rear garden.
At the rear is a south facing garden with a generous seating area adjacent to the conservatory with outside lighting, fencing and hedging to the boundaries and an array of well stocked flower beds with many mature shrubs, trees and bushes. A pathway across the rear of the conservatory leads to a second seating area, outside cold water tap and a pathway leading on to a lawn with inset feature flower beds and raised planters. There is fencing and hedging to the boundaries providing a good degree of privacy and a decked seating area in the left-hand corner.
Garage - 5.05m x 2.49m (16'7" x 8'2") - With up-and-over door, power and lighting and loft hatch access to roof void above which is ideal for storage.
Services - Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage are connected.
Council Tax - The property is in Council Tax Band D. Annual charges for 2018/2019 - £1,607.47.
Directions - From High Street continue on to Watergate following the one way system turning right on to Broad Street and left on to Brook Street. Turn right at the Manthorpe Road traffic lights on to Belton Lane and continue along Belton Lane passing the turning for Sunningdale on the right-hand side and as the road runs on to Londonthorpe Lane after the sharp bend, take the right turn on to Berkshire Drive. Turn left on to Killarney Close and bear left. The property is at the end on the right-hand side.
Grantham - There are local amenities available on the Sunningdale development including a Costcutter convenience store and bus service closeby.
Travel connections in the area are excellent - the A1 passes to the west of the town providing access to major commuter areas and the A52 crosses through taking you east to Boston and west to Nottingham. Grantham station is on the East Coast mainline giving direct services to London Kings Cross with a journey time from around 70 minutes, Newark in 10 mins and Peterborough in 20 mins. Cross country service to Nottingham in just 30 mins.
Grantham has successful Community, Special and Independent schools for children of all ages as well as the town’s two grammar schools: Kesteven and Grantham Girls School and the King’s Grammar School.
Agent's Note - Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct, their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract. All services and appliances have not and will not be tested.
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