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This fully modernised and refurbished back to back mid terrace is located in the lovely village of Marsden opposite one of the locations of the popular Last of the Summer Wine series. The refurbishment carried out includes full re wire and plumbing new under floor heating with separate floor settings along with new kitchen, bathroom and windows etc. The accommodation which is fully double glazed with bespoke stone window sills consists of an entrance hall, open plan kitchen and lounge / diner with stairs rising to the first floor landing and main bedroom and bathroom . A second staircase rises to the attic room which could be a bedroom, study or even and second lounge. Externally there is on street parking
The main door opens into the hall with a front facing window providing natural light. An ideal place for cloaks and shoes etc
Open plan kitchen/lounge
The open plan living area has a kitchen with a selection of base and wall units with splash back and complimentary work surfaces and comes complete with oven, hob and hood extractor along with an integrated fridge freezer and dishwasher and plumbing for a washing machine. An under stairs cupboard provides useful storage
Lounge / Diner
The lounge area can accommodate sofa and chairs with space for dining table . A front facing window provides natural light
Stairs & landing
Stairs from hall lead to the spacious upper landing with a front facing window
The well presented first floor bedroom is spacious enough for a king size bed, wardrobes and other furniture with a front facing window
The bathroom has a three piece modern suite fitted comprising of a low level WC, vanity wash hand basin with storage under and panelled bath with shower screen and a mains fed mixer shower over.
The spacious attic bedroom has an exposed brick chimney breast, velux style window and exposed beams. The is room for a double bed and wardrobes and could also be used as a separate study or second lounge area
There is on street parking
NOTE: Bridges are a member of the property ombudsman and deposits are logged with DPS Scheme. A £100 holding deposit is required