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HUGE DETACHED FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOM CHALET BUNGALOW IN PRESTIGIOUS EDGE-OF-VILLAGE POSITION! LOVELY COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS AND LARGE GARDENS AT FRONT, SIDE AND REAR! GENEROUS DRIVEWAY WITH SCOPE FOR MORE PARKING! TOP VILLAGE PUB NEARBY, POST OFFICE AND STORES! ONLY A SHORT DRIVE TO YEOVIL. IDEAL FOR FAMILIES, RETIREES AND CITY BUYERS SEEKING THE IDYLLIC COUNTRYSIDE MOVE! This surprisingly large (1614 square feet) four double bedroom chalet bungalow sits in a generous plot enjoying lovely countryside views at the front and the rear. The main garden is at the rear measuring approximately 60' x 60' and enjoys a rural backdrop and a sunny south-facing aspect. However, the front garden, side garden and driveway area makes for a much larger plot. There is ample, secure driveway parking for multiple cars. The property boasts ample scope for further extension, subject to the necessary planning permission. It is enhanced with double glazing, a cast iron log burning stove (essential for the countryside way of life!) and oil fired radiator central heating. The flexible accommodation comprises entrance reception hall, large lounge 25'8 x 14'10, kitchen/dining room 21'8 x 11'10, utility room/conservatory 28', playroom/bedroom 4, ground floor bedroom 3 and downstairs family bathroom. On the first floor, there is a landing area, master bedroom 25'10 max, second first floor double bedroom and first floor shower room. THIS IS A SURPRISINGLY LARGE HOME WITH GOOD NATURAL LIGHT AND NEEDS TO BE VIEWED TO BE APPRECIATED IN FULL.
Brick paved pathway leads to storm porch with outside lighting. uPVC double glazed front door leads to
ENTRANCE RECEPTION HALL
An 'L' shaped reception hall with maximum measurements of 17'6 x 8'9. Coved ceiling. Radiator.
Four doors lead to extensive hall cupboard space. Staircase rises to the first floor.
Panelled doors lead off the entrance reception hall to
MAIN RECEPTION ROOM - 25'8 x 14'10
A huge main reception room enjoying a light multi aspect with uPVC double glazed window to the front, overlooking the main garden. uPVC double glazed double French doors to the side to side garden. uPVC double glazed double French doors lead to rear with pleasant aspect across the rear garden and fields, enjoying a sunny south facing aspect. Two radiators. Cast iron log burning stove and paved hearth. Second panelled door leads back to the entrance reception hall.
KITCHEN - Full length measurement of 21'8 x 11'10
A good sized family room split in to two sub areas -
KITCHEN AREA - A range of hardwood effect panelled kitchen units comprising of roll edge laminated work surface, tiled surrounds. Inset stainless steel sink bowl and drainer unit with mixer tap over. Inset electric induction hob with electric oven under. A range of drawers and cupboards under. A range of matching wall mounted cupboards. Wall mounted concealed cooker hood extractor fan. Eye level stainless steel microwave. Radiator. uPVC double glazed window to the rear enjoying a sunny southerly aspect. Space for upright fridge freezer.
Feature archway leads to
DINING AREA - Coved ceilings, radiator. uPVC double glazed door leads to conservatory/Utility room.
CONSERVATORY - 20'7 x 4'10
Doubling as a utility room. uPVC double glazed windows and doors to the rear enjoying a sunny south facing aspect and views over the rear garden. Space and plumbing for washing machine, oil fired central boiler.
Pine panelled doors leads from dining area to
PLAYROOM/OFFICE/BEDROOM 4 - 14'6 x 9'3
uPVC double glazed window to the side with views over fields. Radiator.
Panel door leads from the entrance reception hall to
BEDROOM 3 - 13'4 x 11'7
A generous double bedroom with uPVC double glazed window to the front with outlooks over the front garden.
A modern white suite comprising of low level WC, pedestal wash basin. Jacuzzi bath with glazed shower screen
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