New Milton

£539,950

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A very well presented, refurbished and extended three/four bedroom detached bungalow situated within a short walk of local amenities with numerous features including family room, separate dining room, master bedroom with en-suite, Oak doors throughout, large loft room, tandem garage, vacant possession.

RECESSED ENTRANCE

Recessed lighting, power points, programme and time clock for central heating, panelled radiator, cupboard housing electric meter and consumer unit.

SITTING ROOM

3.7m x 3.5m (12'2 x 11'6 )

Aspect over the front elevation through UPVC double glazed bay window. Smooth finished ceiling, recessed lighting, double panelled radiator, power points, TV aerial point.

KITCHEN

4.6m x 3.6m (15'1 x 11'10 )

Aspect over the side elevation through UPVC double glazed window. Smooth finished ceiling, recessed lighting. One and a half bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit with monobloc mixer tap set into a work surface extending along two walls with a range of base drawers and cupboards beneath. Integrated washing machine. Integrated AEG dishwasher. Fridge/freezer, AEG five ring gas hob with glass splash back and stainless steel extractor canopy over. AEG steam bake cooker with AEG microwave over. Eye level storage cupboards, central island incorporating breakfast bar with seating for three with base drawers and cupboards beneath. Wall mounted TV aerial point, single panelled radiator, power points, feature double glazed tiled flooring, two ceiling lights, Openway through to:

FAMILY ROOM

7.4m x 3.9m (24'3 x 12'10 )

Aspect over the rear elevation through UPVC double glazed window together with large sliding UPVC double glazed patio doors. Two panelled radiators, power points, four wall light points, smooth finished ceiling, recessed lighting, wall mounted TV aerial point and power points. Feature double glazed roof light.

BEDROOM ONE

3.7m x 3.7m (12'2 x 12'2 )

Aspect to the front elevation through UPVC double glazed bay window. Smooth finished ceiling, recessed lighting, double panelled radiator, power points, wall mounted TV aerial point, additional power points.

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM

Obscure UPVC double glazed window facing side elevation. Smooth finished ceiling, recessed lighting, extractor fan, fully tiled wall surrounds complimenting the grey and white suite incorporating low level WC with concealed cistern, large wash hand basin, monobloc mixer tap set into a vanity unit with storage drawers beneath and large mirror fronted medicine cabinet over, large walk-in shower with rain effect shower head, together with a hand held shower attachment, display recess, tiled flooring, heated towel rail.

BEDROOM TWO

4.4m x 3.7m (14'5 x 12'2 )

Aspect over the side elevation through UPVC double glazed window, Smooth finished ceiling, recessed lighting, power points, panelled radiator, wall mounted TV aerial and additional power points.

BEDROOM THREE

2.8m x 2.3m (9'2 x 7'7 )

Aspect over the side elevation through UPVC double glazed window. Double panelled radiator, power points, smooth finished ceiling, recessed lighting, Double panelled radiator, wall mounted TV aerial point, power points.

MAIN BATHROOM

2.7m x 1.8m (8'10 x 5'11 )

Recessed lighting, extractor fan, fully tiled wall surrounds complimenting the white suite comprising low level WC, concealed cistern, large wash hand basin with monobloc mixer tap set into a vanity unit with storage cupboards beneath. Large mirror over with lighting. Heated towel rail, Tiled flooring, panelled bath unit with glazed shower screen, monobloc mixer tap, large rain effect shower head and additional hand held shower attachment.

LOFT ROOM

Accessed via a pull-down loft ladder with velux window and storage cupboard.

OUTSIDE

The front garden is mostly laid to lawn with shrub and flower beds and is enclosed behind low brick walling and panelled fencing. A driveway provides off road parking for a number of cars and access to:

TANDEM GARAGE

Up and over door with personal door at the rear leading to garden.

REAR GARDEN

There is a decking area with subtle lighting and an additional paved patio area adjoining the rear of the garage. The remainder of the garden is mostly laid to lawn with a selection of shrub and flower beds and the garden is bounded behind panelled fencing, outside lighting and a gravel pathway extends along the side elevation providing return access via personal gate to the front elevation.

VIEWING

Strictly by appointment. To arrange to see this property please phone Ross Nicholas & Company on 01425 625500 We offer accompanied viewings seven days a week.

DIRECTIONAL NOTE

From our Office in Old Milton Road turn left at the traffic lights into Station Road and proceed over the railway bridge and take the second turning left into Lake Grove Road and continue over the crossroads into Marley Avenue.

WEB SITE

Visit our new improved website at www.rossnicholas.co.uk

SURVEY

Require a survey? Visit our website www.rossnicholas.co.uk for further information.

PLEASE NOTE

All measurements quoted are approximate and for general guidance only. The fixtures, fittings, services and appliances have not been tested and therefore, no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Photographs have been produced for general information and it cannot be inferred that any item shown is included with the property.

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