Charming mid-terrace Victorian cottage, occupying a fabulous location within the highly sought after Lower Compton Village. Fine open views. Small cul-de-sac. 2 Double bedrooms, spacious sitting room with beamed ceiling, splendid kitchen/diner, bathroom. Gas CH, partial uPVC dg. Character features. Walled rear courtyard. EPC rating D
This charming mid-terrace Victorian cottage, circa 1890, occupies a fabulous location within the highly sought after Lower Compton Village situated in a small cul-de-sac, The accommodation, on the ground floor, comprises a spacious sitting room with cast iron Victorian fireplace and beamed ceiling, a splendid kitchen/diner with an original Range and a bathroom with a white suite and electric shower. On the first floor there are two large double bedrooms. New combination boiler supplying domestic water and heat.Partial uPVC double glazing. There is a enclosed walled rear courtyard.
Sitting room 4.52m(14`10``) x 4.11m(13`6``)
kitchen/diner 4.17m(13`8``) x 3.81m(12`6``)
bathroom 2.18m(7`2``) x 1.78m(5`10``)
bedroom no.1 4.22m(13`10``) x 3.81m(12`6``)
bedroom no.2 4.17m(13`8``) x 3.81m(12`6``)
Available to view immediately and would suit working or retired persons. EPC rating D.
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