- Location Doncaster
- Property Type
- No of Bedrooms 2
- Kitchens 1
- Receptions 1
- No of Bathrooms 1
Galley Properties are pleased to offer to the market this well-presented, two bedroomed terraced house in the popular residential area of Balby. Beautifully decorated and ready to move straight in to, this house boasts a generously sized kitchen/diner and a lovely cosy living room, complete with bay window and feature fireplace.
Within a few minutes walk of public transport links, and conveniently located for commuting both into Doncaster Town Centre and the A1(M) and motorway networks, this is a great house for both first time buyers, and those looking for an excellent investment property.
LIVING ROOM 13′ 9" x 11′ 6" (4.19m x 3.51m) Through the white uPVC front door, the carpeted stairs go straight up in front of you and a door to your right takes you into the living room. Beautifully decorated in light monochrome colours, with white gloss doors and skirting boards, and pale grey walls and carpet, the living room is a wonderful space. The open fireplace makes for a great focal point, with wooden mantlepiece and surround and light-coloured, granite hearth. There’s power sockets, a tv aerial point and a central ceiling light, and the south-east facing bay window adds depth to the room whilst letting in plenty of light.
KITCHEN/DINER 14′ 2" x 13′ 11" (4.32m x 4.24m) The spacious kitchen/diner is truly the highlight of this house. Decorated in clean monochrome colours with pale grey laminate flooring, there’s a window overlooking the rear garden and a half opaque glazed back door which let in bags of light. The base units all have black doors, matching the half-height, tongue and groove to two sides of the room, whilst the upper units have white fronts and stainless steel handles. There’s a round, stainless steel sink, a four burner gas stove with an extractor fan over, and space for a fridge too. In the corner there’s also a full height cupboard which stretches back under the stairs, making for an ideal pantry! The whole thing is beautifully tied together by the grey and white tiled splashback across the length of the kitchen area and the grey granite effect counters. There’s a short breakfast bar to one side, providing extra worktop space or somewhere to grab a quick snack, whilst the rest of the room is spacious enough to take a full size dining table with ease. This room really will be the heart of the home.
UTILITY ROOM 7′ 1" x 6′ 11" (2.16m x 2.11m) Through the door from the kitchen is a very useful utility room. With a laminate floor, neutral colour scheme and power sockets, there’s plenty of room for a washing machine, tumble dryer and maybe even a freezer in here. There’s lots of counter space too, perfect for storing those kitchen gadgets which don’t get used every day. A half glazed door gives access to the back garden.
BEDROOM ONE 13′ 0" x 11′ 6" (3.96m x 3.51m) The master bedroom at the front of the house is beautifully decorated and ready to move straight in to. Done in calming, neutral colours with a wood-effect laminate floor and white skirting boards, this light airy bedroom has plenty of space for a double bed plus bedroom furniture. The window lets in all the morning sunshine, and there’s a decent sized closet for extra storage too. Power sockets, a telephone point, radiator and central ceiling light complete the room.
BEDROOM TWO 14′ 0" x 7′ 0" (4.27m x 2.13m) The second bedroom matches the first, with its neutral decor and lovely wood effect flooring. The window overlooks the rear garden and there’s power sockets, a central ceiling light and a radiator in here too. It’s a good sized single bedroom, but would make for a great home office too.
BATHROOM 11′ 1" x 7′ 2" (3.38m x 2.18m) With white walls and ebony laminate flooring, the bathroom is a monochrome masterpiece. The low-level WC, pedestal sink and bath are all white too, giving clean lines and a fresh look to the space. There are built in cupboards so lots of room for towels and toiletries in there, and the chrome handles compliment the finish on the taps and glass shower screen, as well as matching the shower over the bath. There’s also a radiator and central ceiling light.
REAR GARDEN The back garden is contained by a mix of brick walls and wooden fencing, and has a wrought iron gate giving access to the rear. Laid mainly to grass with a central paved path for ease of maintenance, the garden is just waiting for the new owner to come along and make it their own. A convenient brick built storage shed is attached at the back of the house too.