This terraced town house is located on the Picket Twenty development and enjoys a pleasant outlook to the front over a green space with a park. The accommodation is arranged on three floors and comprises hallway, cloakroom, study, kitchen/dining room, first floor sitting room and master bedroom with ensuite shower room, two bedrooms to the second floor with a bathroom. Outside there is a low maintenance garden with rear access to a garage and parking space. No onward chain.
Andover offers a range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities including a college of further education, a cinema, theatre and leisure centre. The mainline railway station runs a direct route to London's Waterloo in just over an hour whilst the nearby A303 offers good road access to both London and the West Country.
Front door into:
Spacious hallway with stairs to first floor and doors to:
WC and wash hand basin.
Window to front.
Window to rear. Range of eye and base level cupboards and drawers with work surfaces over and inset stainless steel sink with drainer. Space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Space for American style fridge/freezer and cupboard with wall mounted boiler. DINING AREA with French doors to garden and understairs cupboard.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING:
Stairs to second floor and doors to:
Window to front and French doors with Juliette balcony.
Windows to rear and door to:
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM:
Shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC.
SECOND FLOOR LANDING:
Linen cupboard, loft access and doors to:
Windows to front.
Windows to rear.
Panelled bath with shower attachment, wash hand basin and WC.
To the front of the house there are shrubs and a path to the front door.
Patio area adjacent to the house leading to an area of artificial lawn. A path leads to a further seating area and a rear access gate to the GARAGE and parking space.
TENURE & SERVICES:
Freehold. Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are connected. Gas central heating to radiators. Please note that there may be a minimal yearly ‘estate charge’ as with most modern housing developments.