- 4 Bedrooms
- Double glazing
- Central heating
- Terraced property
- Modern Fitted kitchen
- White goods included
- 2 Fitted bathrooms
- Close to both universities
- 5 Mins walk to city centre
- Excellent local amenities
- Ample on-road parking
A well presented and improved unfurnished three-bedroom traditional styled mid-terraced family home, benefiting from double glazing, gas central heating, and front and rear gardens.
The property briefly comprises Entrance hall, Lounge, Dining room, modern fully fitted Kitchen, with gas cooker, fridge, freezer and washing machine. Downstairs shower room with shower cubicle, toilet and wash basin. To the first floor there are three well proportioned bedrooms (one with fitted wardrobes) and a modern family bathroom.
Externally there is ample on road parking to the front and an enclosed garden to the rear.
Situated in the heart of Earlsdon, and conveniently located for access to Coventry city centre, and the surrounding road and motorway networks, there are a range of amenities available within the area to include local pubs, shops and stores, excellent local schooling and various supermarkets.
A lovely property with an excellent outlook, and good access to Coventry city centre, excellent local amenities and both universities. Viewing recommended
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