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This smart, well presented three-storey family home, includes a separate kitchen and dining room, first-floor living room, an en-suite master bedroom with integral wardrobes, and gas-fired central heating and double glazing fitted throughout. The property also benefits from a private and .
This smart, well presented three-storey family home, includes a separate kitchen and dining room, first-floor living room, an en-suite master bedroom with integral wardrobes, and gas-fired central heating and double glazing fitted throughout.
The property also benefits from a private and enclosed rear garden backing onto open fields, as well as easy access to amenities including a convenience store and public transport links to Letchworth Garden City, Bedford and Peterborough.
The front door opens onto a reception hall, with stairs rising to the first floor directly ahead. Internal doors from here lead to the dining room, kitchen and the partially-tiled downstairs WC, equipped with a dual-flush toilet and pedestal hand basin. A large storage cupboard beneath the stairs can also be accessed from the hallway.
11? 10? (3.60m) x 9? 2? (2.80m)
Currently decorated a bright white and fitted with a wood-laminate floor, the bright and airy dining room overlooks the front of the house through picture windows, with warmth provided by a wall-mounted radiator beneath.
The room is equipped with several power points and is comfortably large enough to accommodate a table and chairs for six, with overhead lighting provided by adjustable spotlights.
15? 1? (4.60m) x 11? 2? (3.40m)
Also benefiting from wood-laminate flooring, the kitchen overlooks the gardens to the rear and the open fields beyond.
Ample storage is provided in wooden, shaker-style base and wall units fitted with white doors, contrasting nicely with the black splashback tiles between.
The design incorporates a large kitchen range equipped with a double oven and grill and six-ring gas hob beneath an extractor. There?s also space and plumbing for a washing machine, an integral dishwasher and an upright fridge/freezer.
A double-bowl, stainless steel sink and drainer sit below the windows with additional natural light allowed by the glass-panel external door allowing access to the patio and rear garden. Adjacent is ample space for a small dining table or breakfast counter.
15? 1? (4.60m) x 13? 1? (4.00m)
The spacious and comfortable living room is located at the top of the stairs to the first floor, with twin picture windows overlooking the rear gardens and the open countryside beyond.
Wall-mounted and individually-controlled radiators are fitted beneath, supplemented by a fire within a cast-iron grate and framed by a marble surround and decorative white mantle.
The room benefits from wood-laminate floor, as well as a TV, Ethernet and phone point, with plenty of space available for both soft furnishings and larger storage and cupboard units if required.
12? 6? (3.80m) x 8? 6? (2.60m)
With a floor to match the living room and currently decorated a bright white, this first-floor bedroom overlooks the front of the house and is used by the current owners as a music room and office, complete with an Ethernet connection and plenty of power sockets.
Warmth is provided by another wall-mounted radiator with the window currently fitted with a Venetian blind.
15? 1? (4.60m) x 9? 2? (2.80m)
Marginally the smaller of the two second-floor double bedrooms, Bedroom 2 is to the left of the landing and overlooks the front of the property through twin picture windows equipped with Venetian blinds.
Decorated in bright, neutral colours, the room is fitted with a wood-laminate floor and wall-mounted radiator with storage provided by two integral cupboards.
The fully tiled house bathroom benefits from a bath with overhead rainfall shower attachment, WC and hand wash basin with mirrored vanity cupboard above, alongside a water resistant tile effect vinyl floor.
15? 1? (4.60m) x 11? 10? (3.60m)
Also decorated a bright white, the east-facing master bedroom is the largest of the three. The room boasts its own integral wardrobe and fully-tiled, en-suite facilities. The latter includes a dual-flush WC, mirrored medicine cabinet, a corner-quadrant shower cubicle, a heated towel rail and drop-in hand basin within a vanity unit.
Overlooking the open fields to the rear, the room is also equipped with roller blinds and wall-mounted radiators as well as its own TV point.
The modern, three-storey home overlooks a block-paved courtyard to the front in addition to private parking and a detached garage. To the rear can be found an enclosed garden overlooking open countryside, with views stretching as far as the A507 Arlesley bypass bordered by Pix Brook and woodland west of Stotfold.
A decked area can be accessed from the external door to the kitchen with a lawn beyond leading down to a timber shed. Adjacent bedding has already been planted with a couple of established trees, shrubs and climbing plants offering shade in the summer months.
Glossop Way is a cul-de-sac off House Lane which links Church End with Arlesley. Nearby amenities include the Arlesley convenience store and Post Office less than 150m from the house. A second Besta convenience store is just a little further on Stotford Road where buses also offer regular connections to Letchworth, Hitchin and Bedford.
The Vicar?s Inn on Church Lane is also with 500m, opposite the village?s St Peter?s Church, while locals also have the choice of The Old Oak just a short walk from the station, which offers regular and direct Great Northern and Thameslink services towards Peterborough and Horsham.
The A1 (M) just a few miles to the east also makes travel north and south by car relatively simple. Both Biggleswade and the Letchworth Garden City are also within five miles of Arlesley and offer all the amenities you would expect from larger conurbations, including a good selection of supermarkets, recreation and entertainment opportunities, a choice of secondary schools and public transport links.
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