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Space for a family in modern home

By Sleaford Target  |  Posted: November 14, 2012

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Four bedrooms, two reception rooms, gas central heating, extensive uPVC double glazing, and lawned gardens are all features of this modern detached family home in Cranwell.

Well presented and finished to a good specification, the property includes off-road parking along a side driveway that leads to a single garage, and has established gardens laid mainly to lawn to the front and rear.

Accommodation is light, airy and enticing, starting with an entrance hallway containing wooden flooring, and continuing on to the lounge, dining room and breakfast kitchen.

The first of these ground floor rooms features sliding patio doors that open onto the garden, the lounge also having a further rear window and wall-mounted pebble and flame effect electric fire creating a desirable focal point.

Also with wooden flooring, this reception room has a designer style radiator and television point, while the separate dining room enjoys a front aspect walk-in bay window.

On the opposite side of the hallway is a spacious breakfast kitchen naturally lit by two windows, and fitted with a stainless steel oven, five burner gas hob, dishwasher, and breakfast bar.

Extensive storage units are complemented by ceramic floor tiles, while LED lights within the kickboards add a contemporary touch.

Other rooms include a well-equipped utility and separate cloakroom, while from the first floor landing access can be made into the loft space and airing cupboard.

Being of a good size and containing a fitted double wardrobe, the master bedroom also benefits from an en suite, the remaining three bedrooms being spacious and light.

Containing a three-piece suite is the bathroom, its features including a bath with shower attachment over, shaver point and inset spotlighting plus window.

Grounds at the property include a lawned front garden with external water supply. Outside there is lighting and a single garage with pitched roof, power and light.

The majority of the grounds can be found to the rear of the house and are fully enclosed with a useful storage space to the back of the garage.

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