Size of property is so deceptive
DUNELM in Mill Road, Great Barton, is an exceptionally well presented individual detached bungalow which occupies a pleasant village setting and provides an excellent range of accommodation, which has been particularly well appointed
The property is deceptive in size and could equally suit a growing family or those heading towards retirement, but still wanting plenty of reception and bedroom space.
Key features include a reception hall/study, large sitting room/dining room, utility room, stylish kitchen/breakfast room, three double bedrooms, modern bathroom with shower, oil fired central heating, upvc glazing and facias, extensive parking and enclosed private gardens.
Dunelm is understood to have been originally built in 1971 and was then substantially extended and completely refurbished in 2006.
The present owners have also made considerable improvements to the property including wooden
floors to much of the accommodation.
The bungalow is in the opinion of the agents in first class condition throughout and is somewhat larger than might expected from the outside.
The accommodation also has cavity wall insulation making the property both energy efficient and very easy to maintain.
The property is decorated in neutral shades, with large windows giving all the accommodation a particularly light and airy feel.
A large reception hall/study with built in cupboard gives access to the stylish dual aspect kitchen/ breakfast room with extensive Shaker style units.
The sitting room/dining room is of a very generous size and includes a fireplace and double doors that lead out into the front gardens.
The bathroom/shower room has been refitted.
The property sits to the rear of its plot so the front gardens are somewhat larger than the rear gardens.
A long brick paved driveway leads to the front and includes parking and turning for a number of cars. The front gardens are well screened and include a large lawn area and borders planted with a variety of mature shrubs and trees. The rear gardens have been hard landscaped for ease of maintenance and afford an exceptional degree of privacy and seclusion.
Guide price: £315,000.
Agents: Mortimer & Gausden, telephone 01284 755526.
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