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Birch House,

Guide price £500,000 1,645 sq. ft.

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About the property

A contemporary and newly built four bedroom detached, home sitting within a spacious tree-lined plot.

Property Snapshot
  • Open plan kitchen/family room with Bi-fold doors.
  • Two en suite bedrooms
  • Master bedroom with Juliet balcony
  • Underfloor heating (downstairs)
  • Walking distance to Local amenities
  • Enclosed landscaped south facing garden
  • Integral garage with electric doors
  • Landscaped driveway and
  • Off-road parking area for several cars
Birch House is a bespoke one off development that has been thoughtfully designed by a local developer. The well thought out interiors mix modern living with contemporary design. The property has been built to exacting standards, with high quality fixtures and fittings including; underfloor heating, UPVC windows in anthracite grey, feature tiles, quartz work tops, electric garage door, CCTV camera's and alarm which can be controlled by your mobile phone and much more... 1645 sq. ft

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