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2 bedroom detached bungalow for sale
- 2 Bed Detached Bungalow
- In Need Of Modernisation
- Possible Redevelopment
- Commanding Rural Views
- Large Lounge / Dining Rm
- Large Loft Room
- Large Gardens
- Garage & Parking Areas
A deceptively spacious two bedroom detached bungalow with large 25'6 x 12'0 loft room, standing within large gardens in a slightly elevated setting on the periphery of the village commanding rural views in a westerly direction across rolling countryside. This very spacious property is in a need of a programme of some modernisation and could readily be developed into a large three / four bedroom dormer style house. Benefiting from a modern oil fired central heating system and uPVC double glazing in the main, the accommodation affords 'L' shaped reception hall with open tread staircase rising off, a large 26' x 18' lounge / dining room capable of sub-division together with conservatory, kitchen / breakfast room, large main bedroom with dressing area, second bedroom and bathroom, large loft room with double glazed window, radiators and adjoining landing. Extensive tarmacadam drive and forecourt providing parking and access to a detached garage and large informal grounds.
Llandegla is a small village with primary school and post office situated off the A525 approximately 8 miles equidistant between Wrexham and Ruthin and some 16 miles from Chester via the A5104. Also conveniently placed for access towards Mold and Llangollen.
Included for identification purposes only, not to scale.
The Accommodation Comprises
Recess entrance with steps leading to the front door, which is glazed with matching panels to either side leading to:
A spacious hall with an open tread staircase rising off and a long inner hallway with coved ceiling and panel radiator.
Fitted with wash basin and WC, with part tiled walls and uPVC double glazed window.
Lounge / Dining Room
7.95m(26'1'') x 5.61m(18'5'') max
A very spacious room which is well lit and designed to take full advantage of the outstanding views, with two large uPVC double glazed windows to the gable affording views across the valley towards wooded countryside and a further large double glazed window opening to the conservatory. The room is ideal for subdivision to provide a dining room if required. Deep coved ceiling, attractive stone fireplace with plinths to either side together with raised TV plinth and heather brown tiled hearth. Telephone point and three panel radiators. Aluminium framed double glazed sliding patio window to:
3.53m(11'7'') x 3.23m(10'7'')
A modern conservatory designed to take advantage of the views, with uPVC double glazing to three sides to incorporate French doors, decorative upper lights and a pitched polycarbonate roof. Pleasing views towards the Clwydian Hills.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room
4.11m(13'6'') x 2.82m(9'3'')
Fitted base and wall units with marble effect working surface, inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap, inset four ring electric hob together with built in double oven. Modern Worcester oil fired combination boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating - dating from June 2011.
Bedroom One & Dressing Area
4.29m(14'1'') x 2.97m(9'9'')
A large room with adjoining dressing room, capable of sub-division to provide a third bedroom. It has two double glazed windows to the front elevation, coved ceiling and two panel radiators.
2.97m(9'9'') x 2.39m(7'10'')
To the dressing area is a range of fitted wardrobes incorporating dressing table and vanity with inset sink.
3.33m(10'11'') x 2.84m(9'4'')
Double glazed window and panel radiator.
2.82m(9'3'') x 2.69m(8'10'')
Fitted with a coloured suite comprising panel bath with grip handles and electric shower over, pedestal wash basin and WC. Tiled walls with a double door airing cupboard, double glazed window and panel radiator.
Open tread staircase rising to first floor landing.
First Floor Landing
Built in double door under eaves storage and thereafter opening to:
7.77m(25'6'') x 3.66m(12'0'')
A large loft room which extends over approximately half the bungalow's length, with approximately 6'3 headroom to the centre point and uPVC double glazed window to the far gable. Two modern radiators. Subject to the usual Consents being obtained, there is scope for conversion to provide additional living accommodation.
The property is approached over a sweeping tarmacadam drive, which extends up to a wide parking area which adjoins the front elevation providing extensive parking. The bungalow stands in a slightly elevated position with wide steps leading up to the front elevation which is bounded to either side by a random stone wall together with raised lawn and borders. The tarmacadam drive extends around the right hand elevation to provide a further large parking area and thereafter access to a prefabricated single garage.
To the rear elevation is an area with steps leading up to a further raised garden area with oil storage tank, aluminium greenhouse and a brick built outbuilding which had been used for general storage. To the rear of the second garage is a long garden area within which are a number of mature trees and landscaping provides an ideal garden area with far reaching south and westerly views.
A modern detached garage located to one side of the main driveway and the land immediately surrounding it maybe available by separate negotiation.
A specialist Survey and Valuation Department providing Home Buyer Surveys and Engineers Reports at reasonable cost.
For full information contact either Gareth Roberts BSc Hons, MRICS or Hugh Evans BSc, MRICS, FNAEA on 0845 4349989.
By appointment through the Agent's Mold Office on 01352 751515 or Ruthin Office on 01824 703030.
FLOOR PLANS - included for identification purposes only, not to scale.
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