Located on a popular, small, development of brick and flint properties, many of which are named in recognition of Roald Dahl characters, The Pelly being called after a pelican in a 1985 book "The Giraffe, the Pelly and Me".
Downstairs, the accommodation comprises of a cloakroom, hallway, sitting room and generous, rear-aspect kitchen/dining room. Handily, the under-stairs cupboard is fitted with plumbing for a washing machine (and/or drier).
The square sitting room is front aspect with double doors leading to the formal, dining area of the kitchen which has French doors to the garden.
The eat-in kitchen/dining room runs across the back of the house and is zoned with a formal dining area and a separate, food-preparation area.
The kitchen area is well- fitted with white units, tiled floor and with an integrated fridge-freezer and dishwasher plus fan oven and four ring gas hob. There is ample room for a kitchen table for informal dining and a separate door to the garden.
A broad staircase leads to the landing which is illuminated via a skylight.
The generous, master bedroom is at the rear and has a vaulted ceiling which adds the feeling of light and space. There are triple, built-in wardrobes and a door to the ensuite bathroom comprising of bath (with thermostatically controlled shower over) W.C. and basin.
The second bedroom, also a double, is front aspect with a refitted shower room comprising of double, walk-in shower, W.C. and basin.
Outside, the compact front garden is neat and tidy with a small, lawned area. The rear gardens are level and enclosed with a gate to the rear to give easy access to the adjacent tandem-length car port providing off-street parking for two vehicles.