Two bedroom middle town house which offers open plan living. The property benefits from superb fitted kitchen, gas central heating, double glazing and no upward chain. The accommodation comprises entrance hall, open plane lounge / kitchen, stairs to landing, two bedrooms, bathroom. Front and rear gardens, driveway.
Standing just five or so miles from Nottingham City Centre. Clifton falls into two distinct parts separated by the A453 Clifton Estate and Clifton Village. On one side of the road you will find the original village, which is designated as a conservation area and has a number of historic buildings including Clifton Hall and an original dovecote. Whilst on the other side of the road is the main housing estate which was council built in the 1950s.
UPVC double glazed door into entrance hallway, stairs to first floor landing with door into living room.
UPVC double glazed bay window to the front aspect, ceiling spot lights, wood effect flooring throughout the open plan area into the kitchen/diner.
Kitchen / Diner
UPVC double glazed window to doors to rear aspect, Fitted with a range of Contemporary handless gloss fronted wall, drawer and base units. Integrated electric oven gas hob and extractor above. Wood effect work tops and wood effect flooring spot lights to ceiling.
First Floor Landing
Airing cupboard, doors leading to:
UPVC double glazed window to front elevation, fitted glass sliding wardrobes, radiator and ceiling light.
UPVC double glazed window radiator ceiling light.
Newly fitted with a three piece suite comprising bath with shower over and bath screen and fully tiled wall, low flush w.c, wash hand basin, obscure double glazed window to rear elevation wood effect laminate flooring
To the front of the property there is a large lawned front garden. To the rear of the property is patio access through UPVC doors and an enclosed garden mainly laid to lawn with pathway to back gate and rear parking space.
Rear Parking Space
Council Tax Band A
Under the Protecting Against Money Laundering and the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, Benjamins require any successful purchasers proceeding with a purchase to provide two forms of identification i.e. passport or photocard driving license and a recent utility bill. This evidence will be required prior to Benjamins instructing solicitors in the purchase or the sale of a property.
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