Traditionally constructed by a national house building group in the late 1980s, with brick and rendered elevations under a concrete tiled roof, the property has been well maintained and is presented in good decorative order. It has gas central heating (with a combination boiler installed in 2019) and UPVC double glazed windows and doors throughout.
An open-fronted entrance porch leads to an entrance hall, off of which there is a cloakroom (with WC and wash basin). The large L-shaped lounge/dining room has a pair of casement doors to the garden, and there is a well presented modern kitchen with black work surfaces, a good range of units, stainless steel sink, wall mounted gas combination boiler, Neff oven, Neff 4-burner gas hob, AEG extractor unit, and space for washing machine, dishwasher and fridge. There is a large under stairs storage cupboard, a door to outside and an attractive outlook over the rear garden. The spacious first floor landing has loft access and a walk-in blanket cupboard, and leads to 3 bedrooms, 2 of which have built-in cupboards, and a fully tiled bathroom.
There is an attached garage with up-and-over door, lighting and power. A tarmac driveway provides space for at least 3 vehicles, and the front garden is enclosed by a substantial close boarded timber fence and has a lawn, a rockery and an established laburnum tree. The rear garden is enclosed by walling and close boarded fencing, and has an entertaining deck across the width of the house, a lower lawn, a shingle bed and a shed. There is storage space to the side of the house.
Directions: From the Canford Bottom gyratory, take the exit towards Colehill. Proceed up the hill and take the first of the two right hand entrances to Bridle Way. Follow the road round, passing Halter Rise on the right, and number 118 can be found around the bend, on the left hand side.
Council Tax Band: D
EPC Rating: D
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN