Built in the 1990s, the house offers excellent family accommodation with gas central heating, replacement UPVC double glazed windows and doors, oak internal doors, oak flooring, fitted carpets, modern kitchen and bathroom fittings, a double garage and off road parking for at least 6 vehicles.
Features include a dual aspect living room with sliding doors to a conservatory with access to the garden, a modern cloakroom, a spacious study, a large utility room with doors to outside and to the garage, and an impressive kitchen/breakfast room with contemporary, high gloss, curved units, oiled hardwood work surfaces and a range of built-in appliances including Bosch double oven, AEG 5-burner hob, state-of-the-art extractor unit, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. The first floor has a master bedroom with en suite dressing room and shower room, 3 further spacious bedrooms and a family bathroom. 3 of the bedrooms have fitted furniture.
There is an integral double garage with electric roller door, ceramic tiled floor, hardwood work surfaces, base and wall cupboards and water tap. The front garden has been landscaped for ease of
maintenance, with a low brick wall, timber fencing, a raised shingle bed planted with conifers and palms, and a large, tarmac driveway and turning area with space for at least 6 vehicles. The rear garden is flat and enclosed by timber fencing and conifer hedgerows, with a large lawn, a spacious entertaining terrace, 2 palm trees, a timber and a water tap.
Directions: From the traffic lights at the top of Gravel Hill, turn left into Queen Anne Drive, which becomes Magna Road. Proceed past Canford Park Arena on the right hand side. Turn right into King John Avenue and follow the road round to the end. At the t-junction (with the Co-op store on the left,) turn right into Knights Road. After passing De Courtenai Close on the left, turn left into Fitzwilliam Close. Turn right into a cul-de-sac, and number 2 can be found on the left hand side.
Council Tax Band: F
EPC Rating: D
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN