With so few bungalows being built, it's quite a rarity to be able to offer for sale a fully detached brand-new bungalow. This one with its stock brick walls and clay tile roof, has a pleasing traditional external appearance together with a contemporary styled internal layout and presentation.
There has been considerable thought put into the design and finish of this bungalow and unexpected additions become evident when walking around.
The reception hall gives a generous space for welcoming guests and having a large cloaks cupboard with internal fittings together with lighting, it will help to ensure this area remains tidy in appearance.
Doors from the hallway lead into each of the two bedrooms aswell as the fully tiled 4 piece bathroom, while there is open access directly into the living room and adjoining kitchen.
Fitted with a range of stylish grey coloured cabinets, this front facing kitchen also has an integrated fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine together with an oven hob and cooker hood. Double doors from the living room open directly onto the rear garden, this has a decorative patio and a central artificial lawn to help keep this property as maintenance free as possible.
Being a 'new build' it's also worth noting its eco-credentials, there is a Combie boiler serving the heating and hot water, LED inset downlights and thick external walls with insulation to meet the latest regulations and help keep the property as warm as possible.
ACCOMMODATION AS FOLLOWS..
Having an open plan arrangement to the main living area of the bungalow, this hallway with inset down lighters to the ceiling and a large built in cloaks cupboard, which has a light and fitted shelving as well as a hanging rail, gives both a lovely entrance together with a feeling of spaciousness . Panelled doors from this hallway then lead to both the bedrooms and the four-piece bathroom.
BEDROOM TWO 3.99 m x 2.45 m (13ft1 x 8ft)
This front facing bedroom, has inset down lighters and could accommodate a double bed if required.
BEDROOM ONE 3.59 m x 3.26 m (11ft9 x 10ft8)
As you can tell from the measurements this is of a generous size and there are inset down lighters to the ceiling and a window looking onto the rear garden.
Conveniently placed between both the bedrooms and with a side window, this fully tiled four-piece bathroom has a well-planned white suite comprising a close coupled WC, a vanity unit with basin, a separate shower cubicle and a panel enclosed bath with mixer taps.
KITCHEN 3.35 m x 2.5 m (11ft x 8ft2)
With a window looking onto the front driveway, this modern styled kitchen with light grey coloured cabinets and a contrasting tiled floor has worktops and units fitted to three sides of the room. Integrated within the units is a fridge freezer, washing machine, dishwasher and a built-in oven and hob with cooker hood. This kitchen is then Open Plan to the living area.
LIVING AREA 4.39 m x 4.37 m (14ft5 x 14ft4)
Being open plan there is a real feeling of spaciousness to this room which also has a side facing window as well as double doors opening onto the rear garden.
The front of the property has been attractively block paved driveway in a reddish tone to compliment that of the stock bricks and roof tiles while ensuring the tidy cottage look to this bungalow is maintained. There is a raised shrub bed to one side and a brick retained gentle sloped access leading upto the front door as well as a step.
Measuring 10m wide and with a depth of 5m, this garden commences with a patio area featuring a decorative brick inset and edging. The central area will have an artificial lawn fitted, to one side of the property is an ideal storage space while to the other is a wide side gate providing access.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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