A sympathetically extended, detached bungalow and garage in really attractive and sizeable gardens. It stands at the top of Barry Avenue, slightly elevated. The property with full u.PVC double glazing and gas fired central heating. The accommodation incorporates an entrance porch and an L-shaped hall, a lounge, the kitchen leading into the dining room then a beautiful summer room which is surrounded by gardens. There are three bedrooms to this property together with the bathroom and a separate toilet. The loft has been strengthened and can be used as a hobbies room, there is a pull down ladder. Outside, the gardens really are wonderful, the drive widens as you walk along the side of the bungalow, plenty of space for additional parking and room for a caravan together with a garage and garden shed. There is a little updating to do, but what a wonderful home it will make. NO ONWARD CHAIN
There is a uPVC double glazed front door to the porchway then an inner panelled and glazed door to the hall which is L-shaped. There is coving to the ceiling, a central heating radiator, a built in airing cupboard and storage cupboard. Coat hooks, a loft entrance with a pull down ladder.
5.03m x 3.51m overall (16'6" x 11'6" overall)
This is a lovely room, light and spacious and enjoying a pleasant outlook. It is to the front of the property, there is a wide walk in bay window, matching windows each side of the tiled, traditional open fireplace. A central heating radiator, coving to the ceiling and a glazed door into the hall.
kitchen - 3.51m x 3.05m / dining room: 4.27m x 3.6
This is an open plan design. The kitchen with fitted units to the base and wall, post form work tops, tiled reveals, stainless steel sink unit, an automatic washing machine, cooker, fridge freezer. A window to the side, a central heating radiator and room for a table and chairs as it is a roomy kitchen.
The kitchen is completely open to the dining room. It is part of an extension. There is a sliding patio door to one side and then a further door which leads out to the drive on the other side. There is coving to the ceiling, then a really attractive georgian style casement in four panels, two opening doors, all with bevelled glass which lead onto the summer room. There is an electric fire on a slate hearth. It is a lovely room.
3.96m x 3.96m (13' x 13')
This beautiful room is really attractive, it is rare, surrounded by gardens. There is a three panelled sliding patio door to one elevation, at the side there are two panelled sliding patio doors. Then across a wide window. This is a really light and beautiful room. Coving above. Nicely private.
The bathroom leads from the main hall, there is a white suite comprising of a bath and pedestal wash hand basin, an electric shower over the bath. Tiled walls, a central heating radiator, an obscure window.
The toilet is separate next to the bathroom with a matching finish.
3.51m x 3.51m (11'6" x 11'6")
This bedroom is to the back of the property with a double glazed window and a central heating radiator, it has extensive fitted wardrobes and drawer units, a really elegant room.
4.11m x 2.36m + 1.83m x 1.37m (13'6" x 7'9" +
This bedroom has been very nicely extended to produce a corner bay with windows to the back and side. There is a central heating radiator, fitted wardrobes. It is a nice room.
3.66m x 2.29m (12' x 7'6")
This bedroom is situated to the front of the property. A leaded window, central heating radiator and coving to the ceiling.
There is a brick and tiled garage with light and power, double doors to the front. Next to it the drive widens considerably between the garage and the house in the form of pavers which will be good for storage of an extra car or a caravan.
The generous size shed/workshop has light and power and would be ideal for a DIY enthusiast or hobbyist.
There is also a secure outside storage area at the end of the garage.
Because the property is situated on the corner of this cul de sac, the garden widens considerably the further back you go. The front garden is walled, there is a block paved pathway and drive and then a circular lawn surrounded by really mature and colourful shrubs. As you travel up the drive it does widen considerably. The outside lighting is a bonus here, outside tap too. A little wash down area also. A further little light by the back door, then you come to a really large expansive lawn besides which is a garden shed and storage. The garden is magnificent, the high hedging to the back gives such privacy, there is an apple tree and an Acer but most important are the colours of the shrubs and bushes and as you travel around the corner you will see more flower beds, shrubs and a little fountain. It is a really beautiful garden, wonderful for a family or for a gardening enthusiast.
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