Adelaide Street, Harwich CO12
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
- Good Condition
- Two Receptions
- Utility Room
- Enclosed Garden
- Near Supermarkets
- Harwich Intl Station close by
This 2 bedroom mid terraced house is in the village location of Parkeston, Harwich within easy access to the A120 and Harwich International train station. Near by amenities include a retail park, petrol station and supermarkets.
The house could be a perfect investment or first time buyer opportunity. Sold with no onward chain.
Entrance Hall: 3.89m (12'10'') x 0.98m (3'3'')
uPVC front door with glazed panels, laminate flooring, double radiator. Door to :
Living Room: 4.26m (14''') x 3.57m (11'9'')
Carpeted, gas fire place with back boiler, radiator, bay window. Telephone and TV points.
Dining Room: 3.61m (11'11'') x 3.25m (10'8'')
Carpeted, radiator, double glazed window to rear, radiator. Door to understairs cupboard housing fusebox. Door to Kitchen :
Kitchen: 3.42m (11'3'') x 1.72m (5'8'')
Tiled floor, range of base and eye level units, space for appliances, electric oven with ceramic hob, stainless steel sink with drainer. Large double glazed window with Venetian blind. Door to :
Utility Room: 2.04m (6'9'') x 2.89m (9'6'')
Tiled floor, space for appliances, work top with units above.
French doors to garden.
Stairs to first floor:
Carpeted, galleried landing. Doors to bathroom and bedrooms.
White panelled bath with mixer shower taps, glazed shower screen. Vinyl style flooring, low level WC, pedestal hand basin. Double radiator, obscured glazed window.
Bedroom 1 (Front): 4.78m (15'9'') x 3.41m (11'3'')
Carpeted, two double glazed windows.
Bedroom 2 (Rear): 3.32m (10'11'') x 2.60m (8'7'')
Carpeted, double glazed window. Cupboard with louvered doors housing immersion boiler.
Fully fenced with patio area, raised lawned area, shrubs and plants. Garden shed, gate to alley way.
The North Sea Port village of Parkeston in Essex is home to Harwich International Port, formerly known as Parkeston Quay. The village is rich in industrial history, and since it was opened in 1883 by Charles Parkes, chairman of the Great National Railway, it has been an integral feature of trade and recreation within the UK.
In accordance with Section 21 of the Estate Agents Act 1979, we must point out that the seller is a Director of Concord Property.