£130,000 Guide Price
*** This property is SOLD ***
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75 Vexhim Park is a beautifully presented, bright and spacious terrace house, situated on a quiet residential street within an exclusive modern development.
Accessed through an entrance vestibule, the accommodation comprises: living room with ample space for dining table and chairs; modern, well-equipped kitchen with access to rear garden; wooden staircase to upper landing with access via Ramsay loft ladder to usable attic space with Velux window; double bedroom 1 with built-in wardrobes; bedroom 2 with storage cupboard off and contemporary family bathroom with shower over bath.
This property benefits from gas central heating, double glazing, front garden with driveway and enclosed rear garden with patio area and garden shed.
It is our understanding that this property is subject to Council Tax band C, however please check with the local authority.
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