there are radiators all through, the area is lovely really good schools over the road from the park. pubs and local shops 2 mins walk away. town centre is about a mile away too if it had a fourth bed I would never have left there
the garage is an issue but its not open 24hours and we have never had a problem with the owners etc. because its there it makes the garden completely private.
very nice, I would prefer a floor plan, change the toilet seat, your eyes are drawn to it. I know it could be difficult but if you can pick a sunny day and retake the picture of the a garden as it looks a bit gloomy. good luck
I think it looks appealing as a move-straight-in house. Kerb appeal/first photo wise could you put a trellis or some pots in front of the ?garage? wall to the left of the house as you look at it. Is just a big block/square of brick and needs something to break it up.
I'd tidy up the garden generally, and I'd move the bin out of the picture of the outside of the house, its a particular bug bear of mine.
In picture 5 and 6 the blinds cord is too long and it's the first thing my eyes focused on, so i'd get that shortened to make it look neater.
In picture 7 it looks like there are some loose wires on the floor, do you know what that is? It makes the electrics work look a bit untidy/possibly botched.
Exposed pipes in the bathroom is a bit annoying, always looks better if they are boxed in imo.
In the picture of the kitchen it looks like there is a lot of light coming from behind where the picture was taken. Could you have a different picture taken from the door in the right hand corner, looking at the window/sink?
Overall it looks nice and clean, although all of the pictures make the rooms look small, particularly with the lack of floor plan.
Nice house with curb appeal. I would personally change the floor in the kitchen to maybe a wood effect cushion floor or mosaic as the tiles give it a wonky feel. As a buyer I wouldn't like it and you can fit one relatively cheaply.
hm well as a buyer, I'd want to see a floorplan. I'd also agree, I think "splendid" might be a reach for the kitchen. The rest of the house looks lovely and fine, but in my mind that description ends with "despite that kitchen." Perhaps it's just not a good photo.
I didn't see the previous pictures, if there were any. It looks fine, though. Good luck!