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Off Walton Avenue, High Ercall, TF6 6AL

2 receptions 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms
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  • Four Bedroom Detached
  • Dual Aspect Open Plan Kitchen/Family Room
  • En Suite to Master
  • Desirable Village Location
  • CALL 01952 291722 FOR APPOINTMENTS

Sales office NOW OPEN Thursday to Monday 11am to 5pm

An extensive frontage with feature gables to the roof line and statement windows creates an impressive yet reserved home.

A lengthy kitchen and family space with wide bay window dominates one side of the ground floor, whilst a separate living room captures open views of the garden through french doors flanked by full height windows.

A further reception room could lend itself to a study/work space or create a formal dining area for entertaining.

With four double bedrooms, a large family bathroom and additional en suite facilities, this is a family home with great standing.

Each Standen plot includes a single garage. Positions vary, please speak to a Sales Advisor for details.


KITCHEN/FAMILY 3.28m max x 7.62m max (10'9 max x 25'0 max)

LIVING 3.53m x 4.50m (11'7 x 14'9)

DINING 3.43m max x 3.02m max (11'3 max x 9'11 max)

UTILITY 2.06m x 2.11m (6'9 x 6'11)

GARAGE 3.20m x 6.10m (10'6 x 20'0)

BEDROOM ONE 3.33m x 4.11m (10'11 x 13'6)

EN SUITE 2.29m max x 1.65m max (7'6 max x 5'5 max)

BEDROOM TWO 3.43m x 2.77m (11'3 x 9'1)

BEDROOM THREE 3.61m x max x 2.74m max (11'10 x max x 9'0 max)

BEDROOM FOUR 3.33m x 2.62m (10'11 x 8'7)

BATHROOM 3.43m max x 1.91m max (11'3 max x 6'3 max)

Sales office NOW OPEN Thursday to Monday 11am to 5pm

An extensive frontage with feature gables to the roof line and statement windows creates an impressive yet reserved home.

A lengthy kitchen and family space with wide bay window...

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