A 'MUCH-IMPROVED' detached home in a cul-de-sac on a popular estate has gone up for sale at £375,000.

The four-bed family property, in Headworth Close, Kingsmead, is being marketed by Butters John Bee Northwich and is offered chain free as a vacant possession. 

On the ground floor, visitors will find an entrance hall, lounge, open plan kitchen diner, utility room and a toilet.

There has also been a garage conversion to provide further accommodation downstairs.

Upstairs there are four bedrooms, with the master bedroom boasting an en suite shower room. A main family bathroom can also be found on the first floor.

Outside, the drive provides ample off-road parking while to the rear there is an enclosed lawn garden which is a 'blank canvas ready for some to make their own'.

Knutsford Guardian: The loungeThe lounge (Image: Butters John Bee)

Through the entrance hall, visitors can access the family room and lounge, as well as the stairs leading to the first floor.

Access to the kitchen diner is gained through the lounge, which contains a feature fire surround with hearth.

The kitchen boasts a 'comprehensive' range of base and wall units, with work tops and and inset sink.

Integrated appliances include an electric oven with four hobs and a fridge-freezer. French-style double doors in the dining area lead out onto a patio area.

Upstairs, the three-piece bathroom consists of a panelled bath, a low level toilet, and a hand-wash basin.

Knutsford Guardian: The kitchen dinerThe kitchen diner (Image: Butters John Bee)

Also found in the tiled bathroom is an airing cupboard and a chrome towel radiator.

Externally, there is a gate to the side allowing access to the rear garden, which consists of a flagged patio area and shaped lawn with borders.