- Development potential - subject to planning permission
- Detached bungalow
- Wet room
- Integrated appliances
- Quiet cul-de-sac position
- Wide plot
- Modern kitchen
This quaint one bedroom detached bungalow, backing onto an equestrian field, is ripe for refurbishment or developing, subject to the usual planning permissions. This property is conveniently situated close to the local shops and transport links.
This detached bungalow, with its original building dating back over 100 years, as informed by the current owner, backs onto a small private equestrian field, with a plot approximately 30ft deep and 95ft wide. The current footprint comprises of a double bedroom and lounge to the front aspect and refitted modern kitchen, sun lounge/sitting room and bathroom to rear with a sunny, south easterly aspect and views of the field. The kitchen comprises of white high gloss wall and base units, together with integrated appliances including: double electric eye-level oven, washer/dryer, gas hob with extractor over and under counter fridge. Adapted for those less mobile, ramps to gain access have been installed together with a wet room should you be considering a renovation for this purpose. The bungalow is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, nestled amongst larger detached properties within walking distance to local shops and transport links.
Lounge 11'11' x 10' (3.64m x 3.05m)
Sun lounge/sitting room 9'8' x 7'8' (2.95m x 2.35m)
Kitchen 10'6' x 6'5 (3.21m X 1.97m)
Wet room 9'3' x 5'1' (2.83m x 1.55m)
Bedroom 12'9' x 9' (3.68m x 2.75m)
The bungalow has been fully rewired . There is gas central heating with radiators throughout.
Council Tax rating C
EPC rating E
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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