- AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY!
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Large Reception Room
- New Flooring in the Kitchen and Utility
- Gardens to the Rear and Side
- Double Glazed Throughout
- Gas Central Heating
- No Deposit Required - Two Months Upfront
- EPC Rating D
- Council Tax Band A
We are delighted to offer this much improved semi detached house situated in the popular area of Gedling. It briefly comprises a good sized kitchen, utility room, living room with ample space for dining room table. Stairs leading to first floor with three bedrooms, family bathroom, storage cupboard housing the boiler and loft hatch. The property is positioned on a corner plot with both front, side and rear gardens. Parking is On Street.
Gedling is a popular village with bus routes into Nottingham and around as well as two nearby train stations. There is a large medical centre, dentist surgery, shops, nursery, primary school and is nearby to two popular senior schools.
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