As you step inside, you're greeted by a welcoming entrance hallway that smoothly ushers you into the home's principal rooms.
To your right, the open-plan kitchen diner awaits. A fusion of style and function, this space boasts top-tier appliances, plentiful cabinetry, and a commodious dining area, making it the ideal setting for both everyday meals and festive gatherings. Adjacent to this lies the heart of the home: a generously sized lounge, adorned with sleek tile floor and elegant finishes. A particular highlight is the set of French doors, not only flooding the room with ample sunlight but also offering direct access to the verdant garden, thus creating an enviable indoor-outdoor experience.
For convenience, a well-situated downstairs W/C ensures guests and family members alike have easy access when the need arises.
Ascending to the first floor, the master bedroom emerges as a sanctuary of rest. Spacious and illuminated by dual aspect windows, it also boasts an en-suite shower room, adding a touch of luxury and convenience. The second bedroom, equally spacious, offers a realm of possibilities: be it as a serene guest room, a lively child's room, or even a home office. The cozy single room, versatile in its own right, serves well as a child’s bedroom, study, or nursery. Complementing these rooms is the family bathroom, elegantly appointed with modern fixtures, ensuring every bath or shower feels like a spa experience.
Matt Loves – The Kings Down development is always a great location. It has amazing links for the m5 and Hinckley and that is not the only convenience this home offers. Inside it has been well decorated to keep it neutral and ready for the next owner, whilst outside it offers a decent garden, large garage and plenty of off-road parking. It is an excellent example of a modern home built by the reputable builder Taylor Wimpey.
But the allure of this home isn't confined to its interior. Outside, the meticulously maintained garden beckons. Whether you're keen on alfresco dining, watching your children play, or simply enjoying a tranquil evening under the stars, this space promises cherished memories.
Rounding off this property's features is the larger-than-average garage, offering ample storage or potential workspace. And for those with vehicles, the two dedicated parking spaces are a welcome addition.
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