Fairway to heaven
I F you have a golfer in the family, then watch their eyes sparkle when you mention that this house backs on to Beeston Fields Golf Course. However, if golf is simply not your game, then fear not, for regardless of your sporting intent, the location of this house is superb.
Where else can you be within minutes drive of the city centre, M1 and the facilities of Beeston town centre and yet look out of your window and see nothing but green?
The house was constructed less than ten years ago and offers excellent accommodation – there are five double bedrooms, an impressive entrance hall feature staircase and galleried landing, a lounge, separate dining room, breakfast kitchen, utility room and cloakroom/WC.
Paul Merritt, director at Robert Ellis in Beeston said that the accommodation was particularly well laid out and offered spacious and versatile accommodation for the growing family.
Features within the 31ft long lounge include French doors that open to the rear garden, and there is also an Adam's style fireplace.
The breakfast kitchen is an instantly impressive central family room, which measures 7.42m x 3.56m. Contemporary units, an island unit and appliances all feature.
French doors overlook the rear garden and offer direct access to the garden making it an ideal family space.
Some of the bedrooms offer the best views of the golf course. Bedroom one, for instance, has an en-suite bathroom a roof balcony from which to enjoy the setting – there are extensive views over the garden and golf course from here. There are four further double bedrooms.