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Marston Grove, Stafford, ST16 3HZ

£200,000
1 receptions 4 bedrooms 3 bathrooms
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  • Spacious Property
  • Three Storey
  • Great Presentation
  • Four Bedrooms
  • En-suite
  • EPC = C

Located on the borders of Stafford town center and set within an attractive, private road is this exceptionally well proportioned and presented home. Rarely do you get a three-story town house that offers such generous accommodation throughout, such as this property. The location offers great commuting links to the M6 and Train station.

With accommodation split over three floors, to the ground floor is an entrance hall with guest W.C, garage, kitchen and utility area. Up the stairs, to the first floor can be found a generous sized lounge featuring a Juliet balcony and the master bedroom complete with en-suite.

The second floor offers a refitted family bathroom and three further bedrooms, two of which have fitted wardrobes.

Entrance Hall

Guest W/C

Garage 5.13m x 2.51m (16'9" x 8'2")

Kitchen with Utility Area 4.76m x 3.68m (15'7" x 12'0")

First Floor Landing

Lounge 4.75m x 4.38m (15'7" x 14'4")

Master Bedroom 4.18m x 3.70m (13'8" x 12'1")

Ensuite 2.21m x 1.65m (7'3" x 5'4")

Second Floor Landing

Bedroom Two 4.77m x 3.74m (15'7" x 12'3")

Bedroom Three 3.28m x 2.69m (10'9" x 8'9")

Bedroom Four 3.12m x 1.99m (10'2" x 6'6")

Family Bathroom 2.01m x 1.66m (6'7" x 5'5")

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Located on the borders of Stafford town center and set within an attractive, private road is this exceptionally well proportioned and presented home. Rarely do you get a three-story town house that offers such generous accommodation throughout,...

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