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3 Bed Semi Detached House  Let  Harcourt Street  Kirkby In Ashfield  Nottinghamshire  NG17  - £465 pcm

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This spacious three bedroom semi detached house should ideally suit a couple or growing family.

The property is ideally situated on a bus route, shops, close to major road links including A38 and M1 Motorway and the Robin Hood train line into Nottingham.

The property benefits from gas central heating and is UPVC double glazed throughout.

The accommodation comprises of side entrance hallway, lounge to front elevation, separate dining room and recently re-fitted kitchen in a range of light maple effect wall and base units with integrated electric oven and induction hob. There is a rear entrance porch with cloakroom having wc.

To the first floor there are three well proportioned bedrooms and bathroom fitted in a white suite comprising of wc, wash basin and bath with shower over.

Outside to the front of the property there is a walled forecourt with on street unrestricted parking.To the rear the garden is laid for ease of maintenance with well stocked mature scrubs and trees, patio area and shed.

Rent excludes the Tenancy Deposit and any other charges or fees that maybe payable - further information will be provided by the Agent upon request.

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