A spacious semi-detached period house with garage and parking.
The Rise probably dates from the 1930s and is constructed from brick beneath render. The property has been extended over time to provide flexible accommodation laid out over two floors.
Entry is via a welcoming hall with stairs rising to the first floor. Accessed from the hall is the sitting room which is well proportioned and has a bay window. The sitting room opens into the dining room with large window to outside. On the left of the hall is a generous conservatory with doors onto the garden and terrace. The kitchen/dining room lies to the rear of the property with the snug area having double doors to the garden and terrace. The kitchen is well fitted with a range of units and enjoys a lovely view over the adjoining countryside. There is also a useful utility room and cloakroom.
On the first floor are three good bedrooms and a family bathroom.
A special feature of the property is the lovely garden which lies to the rear of the property and is principally laid to lawn with well stocked borders and a variety of mature trees.
The Rise will appeal to a broad audience of buyers including owner-families and investors and offers scope to remodel and extend subject to the usual consents.
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I was amazed by the wonderful views from The Rise. A lovely garden and great potential to remodel.Clemmy Jones