- No Onward Chain
- Popular Position
- Three Bedroom
- Large Rear Garden
- In Need of Modernisation
- Excellent Potential
- Oil Central Heating
Offered to the market with vacant possession and no onward chain is this three bedroom terraced property, offering an affordable opportunity to reside in one of the most popular villages in the area.
Inside, one enters into an entrance hall from which stairs and all rooms lead. The living room is a pleasant, spacious, dual aspect room with fireplace with ceramic tile surround and hearth.
On the ground floor there is also a dual aspect kitchen/dining room. This spacious room offers potential to be an excellent family space. The kitchen currently consists of a range of base and wall units, larder and rear to garden and outbuildings.
Stairs lead to a first floor landing with window and two cupboards from which all rooms leads. The master bedroom looks to the front of the property and benefits from integrated storage over stairs, and separate built-in wardrobe. The second bedroom is also a double with integrated cupboard, while the third bedroom is a well-proportioned single looking to the rear of the property.
Outside, beyond the back door is a covered area leading to an outbuilding containing w/c, store and large utility room. This area is a real addition to the property and offers potential for further extension subject to the necessary consents. The rear garden is large, largely laid to lawn and benefits from several wooden sheds and rural views beyond. To the front is a front garden laid to lawn with hedgerow and undercover passageway leading to the rear.
Mark is a popular and thriving village, providing amenities which include two pubs, a church, hall and the Mark First and Pre-School, which is within walking distance of the property. The village lies within the catchment area of the extremely well-regarded Hugh Sexey Middle School and the Kings of Wessex Academy. Junction 22 of the M5 motorway is approximately five miles distant. There is a very useful website providing comprehensive information regarding the village: www.markvillage.co.uk