Located on the ever popular Shirley Oaks Village, stands this extremely well presented family home. The property has undergone much in the way of refurbishment works in recent years and the accommodation is well finished and bright throughout. There is a large lounge/diner which has sliding doors onto and overlooking the secluded rear garden. The fitted kitchen completes the ground floor layout. All three of the well proportioned bedrooms can be found on the first floor along with the modern family bathroom. There is a garage at the front of the property which other identical houses in the immediate area have had converted to provide additional living space, this scope certainly exists here, subject obviously to local planning consents. Also including double glazing, central heating, good quality floor coverings, a garage and off street parking for two vehicles, and with pleasant outlooks, this family home is well worth viewing.
- Three Bedroom Family Home
- Well Presented Throughout
- Garage & Off Street Parking
- Bright Through Lounge/Diner
- Secluded Rear Garden
- Popular Shirley Oaks Location
- Modern Bathroom
- Double Glazing & Central Heating
Shirley Oaks Village was built by Heron Homes in circa 1985 and is surrounded by acres of communally owned open grassland. It is a peaceful residential area, with a mix of property, and is served by a local bus route. This home can be found on the left hand side Primrose Lane when entering Shirley Oaks from the Wickham Road end, between the junctions with Cornflower Land and Daisy Close. For full directions please see the map or contact Allen Heritage Estate Agents in Shirley.
6.90m (22'8") x 3.54m (11'7")
2.50m (8'2") x 1.89m (6'3")
5.56m (18'3") x 2.46m (8'1")
3.73m (12'3") x 2.75m (9')
2.75m (9') x 2.44m (8')
2.83m (9'3") x 2.54m (8'4")
A neat and tidy frontage providing a pleasant approach to the property and off street parking for two cars.
58' 6'' x 18' 0'' (17.82m x 5.48m)
Shirley Oaks Communal Grassland
The acres of grassland surrounding Shirley Oaks Village is there for the use of the residents and there is small quarterly charge for the upkeep of these well kept grounds, around £38 every three months.