- Modern townhouse
- Three bathrooms
- Close to open countryside
- Off street parking
- Unfurnished and available 9th January 2019.
- Three bedrooms
- Lounge with juliette balcony
- Solar panel energy
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Set in the Highly Sough After Livingstone Park DevelopmenT
Three bedroom, three bathroom town house set in a cul-de-sac location on the popular Livingstone Park development, moments from beautiful countryside.
Arranged over three floors. Large fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room with dishwasher, double oven, washing machine, integrated fridge/freezer and usual quality appliances, double glazed door leading to the garden.
Downstairs cloakroom (basin and WC). Door to garage. Lounge with Juliet balcony. Master bedroom with built-in wardrobes and superb en suite shower room.
Two further bedrooms, one with ensuite shower room. Family bathroom with bath, (flex shower over), WC, basin and heated towel rail.
The property also benefits from double glazing throughout. Rear garden with patio area and laid to lawn.
Solar panels situated on the roof may contribute to lower energy bills.
Internal garage with up and over door and parking to the front.
BR: Epsom with fast links to London Waterloo and Victoria.
Unfurnished and available 9th January 2019 .
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