GUIDE PRICE £680,000 - £720,000
A larger than average 3-bedroom detached bungalow situated in the Old Domewood private estate with a double garage and off-road parking for 5-6 cars. Built in the mid-1930s, it is in a period style and there is a plethora of oak beams, oak latch doors and oak flooring. There are attractive wrap around gardens with established shrubs and flowers and the kitchen has a stable door to the garden.
Approaching the property there are double five bar gates, a shingle drive-way providing off-road parking for 5-6 cars and a double garage. Entering the bungalow there is a delightful oak front door leading into a spacious hall. This property has a plethora of oak beams, oak latch doors and oak flooring. From the hall there is a corridor to the left leading to the bedrooms. The corridor and all three bedrooms have oak flooring. Ahead leads into the kitchen and a door to the right leads into the open plan living/dining room. Throughout the property there are lattice windows adding to its charm.
From the hall there is a galley area leading into the kitchen which has ceramic floor tiles and full height cupboards with oak doors providing extra storage. The airing cupboard and the boiler are located in this area as well.
The kitchen is light and bright with triple aspect windows and an oak stable door to a patio on the garden. The kitchen has been re-furbished with a good range of wall and base units in light oak with granite work surfaces in “Cashmere Gold” providing tonal colour. Integrated items include an electric Rangemaster cooker with 5-ring hob, double oven and cooker hood together with a dishwasher and a washing machine. There is space for a fridge/freezer and there is a one and a half bowl sink below the window looking out to the garden. An archway leads through to the spacious breakfast room with a window to the rear and a door into the open plan living/dining room.
The dining room has windows to the front and the rear of the property and with patio doors to the side which is ideal for entertaining. There are two lofts, one of which is accessed from the dining room and there is a loft ladder and the storage goes over the dining room and breakfast room. The living room is generously proportioned with windows to the front and the side and it has oak beams across. The real focal point being the inglenook fire place with its wood burning stove, copper hood, oak mantle and solid slate stone hearth.
Returning to the hall, the corridor leads along to the bedrooms. First on the right is the light and sunny family bathroom with half height white glossy wall tiles with a blue border and ceramic floor tiles. There is a high-level lattice window with oak beam above and overlooking the garden. There is a white bath with shower attachment, a white wash hand basin with blue patterned edging and a WC in the same styling. The second loft is accessed from the bathroom and has a loft ladder, power, light and is fully boarded.
To the left, at the front of the property, is the spacious master bedroom which is triple aspect and has an oak beam. Bedroom two is a good size double with a window to the rear of the property. Bedroom three is situated at the end of the corridor which is another double room with dual aspect windows and the added benefit of an en-suite shower room. There is a shower cubicle, a contemporary white WC and a compact white wash hand basin with vanity unit below. There are full height blue and white wall tiles and there is the added feature of a door to the garden from the shower room.
The gardens are established and well-stocked with shrubs and flowers including blue Wisteria, pink Wisteria, Clematis and Rhododendrons. From the patio doors in the dining room there is a delightful area for entertaining and summer BBQs with a paved area from the side of the bung
|Larger than average 3 bedroom bungalow||Situated in the Old Domewood private estate|
|Double five bar gate, shingle drive and double garage||Off-road parking for 5-6 cars|
|Built in mid 1930s in period style with a plethora of oak beams, oak latch doors, oak flooring and l||Inglenook fireplace with wood burner in open plan living/dining room|
|Open plan light oak kitchen/breakfast room with stable door to garden||Family bathroom and en-suite to the third bedroom|
|Attractive wrap around garden with Wisteria, Clematis, Rhododendrons and many other established shru||Council Tax Band ‘F’ and EPC ‘F’|