Rocklands Crescent, WS13
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This bright and airy freehold semi-detached property was built in 1963, using very solid construction methods compared to later timber frame properties. With double glazing, part in hardwood and part in high quality (Anglian) uPVC, it also benefits from cavity wall insulation. Central heating and hot water are provided by a recently installed combi gas boiler as well as an inset gas fire utilising the working chimney in the living room.
Through the front door a spacious hallway provides space for office/recreation activities with stairs off and double doors lead to the sizeable living room with easy access to the kitchen and the garden via new double French doors. The kitchen has excellent cupboard and preparation space with a new worktop with gas hob, built in electric oven and stainless-steel sink and dishwasher. there is also space at the rear of the kitchen for dining and large fridge freezer which is available with the property if required. Throughout the ground floor bathroom and toilet is a recently fitted hard wearing waterproof flooring system (Moduleo) in an Oak effect.
Upstairs are three bedrooms, two are good sized doubles and a good sized single. Also, off the landing is a modern bathroom with washbasin and shower bath (mains pressure) with a cupboard containing the boiler and washing machine.
A separate toilet off the landing has been updated to include a wash hand basin.
Outside to the front the garden has been laid to lawn with an attractive border providing flowers through the summer and a driveway for one car. Additional parking is free outside the house. To the rear is a good sized tranquil garden with lawn and shrubbery as well as a tool shed.
Rocklands Crescent is close to many amenities on foot: Trent Valley station with regular trains to London and Birmingham, Samuel Johnson drop in health centre, primary and secondary schools, recreation areas, local shops and 15 minute walk to the town centre either via the main routes or via the scenic Stowe pool.
Lichfield, a pretty market town was recently ranked 32nd best place to live in Britain and is best known for its historic sites including notably the cathedral and Doctor Johnson's (wrote first dictionary) birthplace in the market square. It is also a popular destination for visitors for its many festivals through the year as well as its bars and restaurants.
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From the horse's mouth
A short walk away from both the town centre and railway station
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