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2 bedroom semi-detached bungalow for sale

Frampton Drive, Willersey

Removed £250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • NO ONWARD CHAIN
  • Entrance Hall
  • Lounge
  • CONSERVATORY
  • Kitchen
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • DOUBLE GLAZING
  • Single GARAGE en bloc
  • EPC Rating E

Full description

Tenure: Freehold


The pretty and sought after village of Willersey, with its delightful Cotswold buildings and duck pond, is in the County of Gloucestershire but, being on the boundary with Worcestershire, has a Worcestershire postcode. Its unspoilt character with the addition of 2 thriving village pubs, The Bell Inn and the New Inn, and village shop, together with its close proximity to the village of Honeybourne with its mainline railway station connecting the area to London Paddington, make it a popular destination for people of all ages.



This bungalow is located in the far corner of Frampton Drive within easy reach of the village amenities. 



The property is set well back from the road by a communal area laid to a central paved area planted with evergreens with a pathway round the outside leading up to the properties private front garden which is laid to lawn with a border ideal for bedding plants or shrubs. A paved pathway leads from the footpath across the front of the property to a TIMBER PEDESTRIAN SIDE GATE giving access to the rear garden and to a STORM CANOPY, with polycarbonate roof and exterior carriage light to the side, to a timber front door opening to:



Entrance Hall



Ceiling light. Smoke alarm. Electric storage heater. Hatch to loft storage space. Wood framed obscured glazed door to:



Lounge  (15' x 12'10'' / 4.59m x 3.93m)



Double glazed window to front elevation. Ceiling light. TV point. Telephone point. OPEN FIRE GRATE with Cotswold stone fireplace with wooden shelf and quarry tiled hearth. Wooden shelving to the side. Wood framed fully glazed door to:



Conservatory (15'10'' x 7'3'' / 4.82m x 2.22m)



Timber framed DOUBLE GLAZED construction with polycarbonate roof. Tiled flooring. Half obscure glazed door to front elevation giving access to the side gate and front path. Exposed Cotswold stone wall with light. Power points. SLIDING PATIO DOORS to rear elevation opening onto patio.  Partition wall with gate to the side opening to a screened study/storage area with obscure double glazed window to front elevation. 

 

Wood framed obscure glazed door from entrance hall to:

 

Kitchen (11'1'' x 8'10'' / 3.38m x 2.70m)


Double glazed window to front elevation. Ceiling light. Original tiled flooring. Range of fitted base and wall units with wood effect worktops incorporating stainless steel single bowl single drainer sink unit with chrome pillar taps. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space for freestanding electric oven. Space for fridge freezer. Half tiled walls. Space for breakfast stools. Original STORAGE CUPBOARDS, the left of which houses the hot water tank with fitted shelving over and the right for tall storage with fitted shelf and further cupboards over. 



Doors from entrance hall to:



Bedroom 1  (11'7'' x 10'6'' / 3.54m x 3.20m)



Double glazed window to rear elevation overlooking rear garden. Electric storage heater. Ceiling light with additional overbed light switch.



Bedroom 2   (8'10'' x 7'8'' / 2.71m x 2.33m)



Double glazed window to rear elevation overlooking rear garden. Ceiling light with additional overbed light switch.



Bathroom



Obscure double glazed window fitted with roller blind and with tiled sill to rear elevation. White suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps and tiled splashback, panelled bath with chrome mixer tap and hand held shower fitment and curtain rail and low level WC. High level wall mounted electric heater.



 



Rear Garden



Accessed by TIMBER PEDESTRIAN SIDE GATE which opens to a paved area for bin storage and COAL BUNKER with a paved pathway leading round the conservatory with dwarf wall to the side and to a paved patio which extends across the rear of the bungalow with low steps up to the lawn and outside tap. The garden, which has a high degree of privacy as it is NOT OVERLOOKED, is fully enclosed by fencing to all sides and is mainly laid to lawn with deep shaped borders and beds planted with a well stocked variety of cottage garden plants including perennials, roses, evergreens and flowering shrubs. There is an area planted with small trees. Exterior light. There is a TIMBER SHED on hardstanding with a VEGETABLE/HERB GARDEN behind with composting space.


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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
02 August 2016

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