An Airey house is a type of prefabricated house built in Great Britain following the Second World War. Designed by Sir Edwin Airey. This home features a spacious hallway with carpeted flooring, ceiling light fitment, doors to lounge and kitchen as well as stairs rising to first floor. The kitchen is located at the front of the property and is fitted with wall and base units, sink and drainer, splash back tiling, fitted electric oven, gas hob, plumbing for dish washer and washing machine. The lounge/ diner is a fantastic size. It has windows overlooking the rear garden, carpeted flooring, ceiling light fitments and in-built storage cupboard. This home is not overlooked and enjoys an open aspect to the front and rear. The outbuildings offer plenty of scope for extension subject to relevant consents.
The first-floor landing has carpeted flooring, window to front elevation, loft hatch and doors to upstairs accommodation. There are three generously proportioned double bedrooms and a family bathroom to the first floor. The contemporary bathroom features a panel bath, low level flush W.C, pedestal wash hand basin and has vinyl floor and tiling to water sensitive areas.
Externally this home benefits from a larger than average corner plot, having off road parking for multiple vehicles to the front as hardstanding and gravelled driveway. A timber gate allows access from front to rear. There are outbuildings/ stores to the side of the property, one of which is in use as a handy workshop. The rear garden has been landscaped for ease of maintenance and is mainly patioed, with a raised deck area at the rear and feature pond in the centre.
Agents Note: The property is an Airy Home. An Airey home is a type of prefabricated house built in Great Britain following the Second World War. Designed by Sir Edwin Airey. Due to the non-standard construction of this home, it may be limited to a few specialist lenders who will offer a mortgage. We can put you in touch with our recommended mortgage advisor to help guide you through the process.