This week’s House of the Week – 48 Orwell Crescent, Newfield

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THIS week’s House of the Week offers a sunlit space that could be ideal for a family looking for their next home.

Walking in the front door, you immediately find yourself in a bright and spacious living room, great for summer evenings with sliding doors to the patio.

For the colder months, the gas fire keeps the place snug and cosy.

Heading through an archway, the open-plan dining and kitchen area provides ease at mealtimes.

Dinnertimes and entertaining are made comfortable during winter thanks to the heat pump and wood burner.

Cupboards and drawers are aplenty in the kitchen, and the large counter top means plenty of room for preparing meals.

Heading down the corridor, the bright and handy utility room provides additional storage as well as an area for laundry.

A separate toilet sits between the utility and bathroom, with access from both rooms.

The bathroom features a corner shower and bath, with a large vanity offering plenty of surface space.

With two double bedrooms and a single bedroom, there is room for everyone.

Bright and spacious, the master bedroom has large windows along the outside wall and built-in storage along another, making for a tidy and naturally-lit room.

The second double bedroom also features built-in storage and is equally bright.

Currently used as a child’s bedroom and nursery, the third bedroom also has built-in storage and could be used as either an additional bedroom or a study.

Heading further through the house, the end of the hallway branches to either the single garage or the large and bright entertainment room.

The garage is connected with power, providing an ideal workshop space, and has internal access to the house.

While it is now used as an entertainment room, the last room in the home offers a space ideal for a family room.

With a back door to the garden, the room features windows along both outside walls, meaning it catches good sunlight.

Easy to maintain, the garden offers a private space for spending time outdoors.

The driveway snakes around the back of the house to the garage, where there is additional off-street parking.

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