Palmer Drive, Bradford on Avon

£325,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
DESCRIPTION A rare opportunity to acquire a spacious and notably light bungalow which offers a huge amount of potential throughout to not only refurbish the existing property, but to extend it into the generous level garden of which is occupies (subject to any necessary consents). Sold with no onward chain within this most sought after and peaceful of locations, No.5 is a competitively priced semi-detached bungalow which features ample driveway parking an addition to a garage. Inside, you will find three well-proportioned bedrooms, a sizeable sitting room which leads onto a semi-separate dining area, and then a kitchen. Externally, there is a front garden as well as a large and level rear garden, which measures approximately 70' x 40'. This rear outside space is very private and benefits from side access, a tidy area of patio, and a handy space for composting and growing vegetables on the existing raised beds found towards the rear boundary. The rest of the garden is laid to lawn and is enclosed, bordered with an array of mature trees, shrubs and attractive plants.

The property is conveniently positioned both in the catchment area, and within walking distance of, St Laurence Secondary and Christ Church Primary Schools, which are both immensely popular and benefit from glowing Ofsted reports. It offers easy access to the town centre with its many independent shops, public houses, vibrant and diverse restaurant scene, library and swimming pool. The railway station also provides direct services to Bath, Bristol, Salisbury, Cardiff and London Waterloo, and there is a handy bus stop around the corner which offers easy access both into the centre of Bradford on Avon, and Bath. The nearby playing fields offer an abundance of beautiful country walks and open playing areas for local families to enjoy.

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