- Large Kitchen/Breakfast room
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Off Road Parking
- Close to local amenities
Located in the popular town of Langley Mill sits this well proportioned, three bedroom end of terrace property. Having the advantage of occupying a corner plot within this popular residential location, it will make the perfect home for any growing family.
Langley Mill is a small town in the Amber Valley district of Derbyshire. It is on the border of Nottinghamshire, and merges into the towns of Aldercar and Heanor. Across the River Erewash is the Nottinghamshire town of Eastwood.
The ground floor of this property offers a spacious breakfast kitchen, a large living room and fully fitted family bathroom.
The first floor boasts two large double bedrooms with the master benefiting from large fitted wardrobes and a single bedroom. Outside the property has a driveway for off road parking and outbuildings for additional storage. To the rear is the good sized garden, mostly laid to lawn.
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