Private Sale - Property in Milton Keynes (Salford)

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Doors to bedroom one, two and three and access to loft space.
uPVC double glazed window faces to side.
One ceiling light and one double socket.

Bedroom One - our main bedroom (all pictures on this page)
Size: 3m86 x 3m53 (12'8" x 11'7").
Large uPVC double glazed window faces to front with open views.
Double radiator, exposed ceiling timbers.
Door to over-stairs walk-in wardrobe with radiator and light.
One television point, one telephone point, five double electrical sockets and three wall lights.

Bedroom Two - presently used as office and computer workshop (no photograph)
Size: 3m51 x 2m77 (11'6" x 9'1").
uPVC double glazed window faces to rear with open views.
Exposed wood beam.
Built-in airing cupboard and built-in LPG boiler for central heating.
Double radiator.
Three double electrical sockets and two wall lights.

Bedroom Three - presently used as storage room (no photographs)
Size: 2m49 x 1m98 (8'2" x 6'6").
uPVC double glazed window faces to rear with open views.
Exposed beams and timbers.
Double radiator.
Two double electrical sockets and one wall light.

Loft (no photograph) - accessible from the landing
Insulated and panelled.
Two ceiling lights and one double socket.

View to door (landing)

View to East wall with chimney

View from door to East corner and chimney

View to West wall and walk-in wardrobe

Important Note: We endeavoured to make the details as accurate as possible but they should not be relied on as statements or representations of fact and they do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. As the sellers, we do not make any representation or give any warranty in relation to the property. None of the services, fittings, connections and equipment have been tested and no warranty can be given as to their condition. This is a private sale and as such we recommend you seek independent legal advice.

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