This is a well presented retirement park home situated in this exclusive, secure and private family run development on the outskirts of the pleasant village of Torksey. The property has internal accommodation to comprise of Lounge, Fitted Dining Kitchen, two Bedrooms and Family Bathroom. The property further benefits from uPVC double glazing, gas central heating, well maintained gardens, an outside storage area and utility area. Viewing of the property is recommended to appreciate the accommodation on offer and the position it sits within this popular residential park home development.
INNER HALLWAY With uPVC window and wooden door to the side and doors leading to the boiler room, airing cupboard, Family Bathroom, two Bedrooms and the Kitchen Diner.
KITCHEN 12’4 x 8’2 (3.76m x 2.49m) Fitted with uPVC windows to the side aspects, base units and drawers with work surfaces over, stainless steel sink unit and drainer, places for a cooker and fridge, radiator and archway to the Lounge.
LOUNGE 12’4 x 12’3 (3.76m x 3.73m) With uPVC bow window to the front aspect, uPVC window and door to the side aspect and radiator.
BEDROOM 10’2 x 8’4 (3.10m x 2.54m) With uPVC window to the side aspect, radiator and fitted bedroom furniture.
BEDROOM 7’7 x 7’5 (2.31m x 2.26m) With uPVC window to the side aspect, radiator and fitted storage cupboard.
BATHROOM With suite to comprise of bath with shower over, WC and wash hand basin, partly tiled walls, radiator and uPVC window to the side aspect.
OUTSIDE There is a lawned garden and parking space to the front and side aspects. To the rear of the property there is a Storage Area and Utility Room.
STORAGE AREA 4′ 2" x 15′ 9" (1.27m x 4.8m) With power and lighting.
UTILITY ROOM 6′ 1" x 9′ 9" (1.85m x 2.97m) With power, lighting and space/plumbing for an automatic washing machine.
- 2 Bedrooms & Bathroom
- EPC Exempt
- Lounge & Fitted Kitchen Diner
- Parking Space & Gardens
- Retirement Park Home
- Secure Retirement Development
- Utility & Outside Storage Area
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