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2 bedroom bungalow for sale

2 Southfield Avenue Ripon HG4 2NB

Under Offer £325,000

Property Description

Key features

  • An attractive, detached dormer bungalow situated in a prime, corner position
  • Garage, car port and off-street parking

Full description

An excellent opportunity for those purchasers looking for an individual, detached dormer bungalow situated in a corner plot on the popular south side of the historic City of Ripon, with well stocked, mature gardens, garage, car port and off street parking.
The property has been much improved over recent years including a loft conversion to the first floor to provide two double Bedrooms on the ground floor and further double Bedroom with En suite, and Study area on the first floor. However, building regulations weren’t applied for at the time of the conversion. Retrospective approval can be sought from Harrogate Borough Council, if buyers choose to do so. Other improvements include the installation of uPVC windows and doors including double French doors in the Dining Room, an extension to the Lounge, the creation of a Utility/Laundry Room, updated Bathroom, fitted wardrobes in the two ground floor Bedrooms, cavity wall insulation, security system etc.
The accommodation further comprises Entrance Porch, Reception Hall, Lounge, Music/Sitting Room, Dining Room open to fitted Kitchen, Utility/Laundry and Bathroom.
Additional advantages include gas heating via radiator, boiler replaced Summer 2015, Oak doored fitted Kitchen units, established gardens, garage, car port and block-paved driveway, providing off-street parking.
Ripon is one of England’s smallest cities and is recognised for its majestic Cathedral, central Market Square with Obelisk and has a mix of period and modern architecture. Shopping centres mainly around the Market Square, Fishergate, Westgate, North Street and Kirkgate. The main market is held on Thursdays, with the town Bellman ringing his bell at 11 a.m. announcing the official start to trading. Every night at 9 p.m. the Hornblower blows his horn which is an excellent tourist attraction. A variety of other services and recreational amenities can be found including, banks, building societies, Doctors, Dentists, Ripon Spa Baths, Leisure Centre, Racecourse etc along with excellent schools, notably Ripon Grammar. With the advent of the bypass Ripon is ideally placed for commuting to the major business centres of West Yorkshire and Teesside and the acclaimed A1/M1 link road makes travelling further afield more accessible.


Entrance Porch: Via uPVC, half glazed entrance door with coloured and leaded “Kingfisher” decoration, brass furniture and central light fitting. Wall shelf.

Reception Hall: Double built in cloaks cupboard with further cupboard over providing useful storage. Additional built in cupboard housing gas fired boiler serving heating via radiators and domestic hot water. Telephone point. Ceiling coving. Radiator.

Lounge: Extended to the front and having bay window overlooking the garden. Central feature fireplace with wooden mantel and fitted, coal effect fire. Ceiling coving. Two wall light, and one central ceiling point. TV point. Radiator.

Music/Sitting Room: Light and airy room with windows to the front and side elevations. Ceiling coving. Stairs with turned, open spindles leading to the first floor. Radiator.

Dining Room/fitted Kitchen:
Dining Area: Double, uPVC entrance doors leading to the garden. Ceiling coving. Spotlights. Radiator. Ornamental archway to:

Fitted Kitchen Area: Window to the rear elevation. A range of Medium Oak doored units are fitted at floor and wall heights with laminate working surfaces and inset, 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink unit. Breakfast bar. Wine storage. Ceiling coving. Built in double electric oven and four range gas hob with electric extractor over. Plumbing for washing machine and space for fridge/freezer. Contrasting ceramic wall tiles to working areas. Spotlights. Radiator. uPVC, French door to the rear garden.

Utility/Laundry: Window to the rear elevation. A range of modern, Cream units are fitted at floor and wall heights with laminate working surfaces and inset stainless steel sink. Plumbing for washing machine. Fitted oak wall unit/bookshelves. Cloak hooks. Radiator.

Bedroom 1: Window overlooking the front garden. A range of Cream doored wardrobes along one wall providing hanging space and shelves and two doors having mirror fronts. Ceiling coving. Radiator.

Bedroom 2: Window to the rear elevation. Fitted, Oak style triple wardrobe providing hanging space and shelves. Ceiling coving. Wall mounted bookshelves. Radiator.

Bathroom: Re-fitted Summer 2015. Opaque window to the rear elevation. Three piece, contemporary style White suite comprising vanitory wash hand basin with storage, low level WC and panelled bath with plumbed shower and screen over. Chrome taps and fittings. Contrasting ceramic wall tiles with patterned inserts and border. Built in airing cupboard housing hot water tank, linen shelves and immersion heater. Radiator


First Floor NB: No building regulation certificate. See previous note – regarding retrospective building regularisation as per the regulations when the conversion was carried out.

Landing/Study Area: Velux roof light. Two built in storage areas into the eaves. Fitted wall shelves.

Loft Room: Dormer window to the front elevation. Radiator.

En suite Shower Room: Velux roof light. Three piece White suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and shower cubicle with electric shower. Extractor fan. Storage into the eaves. Radiator.


Outside: The property is approached via double, wrought iron entrance gates and block-paved driveway providing Of Street Parking and leading to:

Garage: Single garage having an electrically operated remotely controlled up and over vehicular access door. Side window. Side personal access door. Light and power connected.

Car Port: Single Car Port.

Gardens: The gardens are a particular feature of the property being well stocked and tended. The front and side garden are enclosed with low brick built boundary walls and hedging and are mainly laid to lawn with a variety of flowers, shrubs and feature topiary bird.. Mature cooking apple, dessert apple, quince and pear trees. Paved patio/entertaining area. To other side is a further garden area, enclosed within boundary hedging and having a lawned area, selection of plants and shrubs and ornamental, fish pond. Timber rose arch and two small, silver birch trees. To the rear is a paved pathway and established border.


Directions: Leave Ripon on the A61 Harrogate Road and proceed for approximately one mile . Then take the right turning into South Grange Road. Proceed again almost to the top and turn left into Southfield Road, then left into Southfield Avenue where number 2 is located, first bungalow on the right hand side, as indicated by the Vinden Estates For Sale board.


Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Vinden Estates on 01765 606885.

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Agents Notes: The purchaser will be required to provide information regarding the source of funding as part of the Offer handling procedure.

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Added on Rightmove:
03 November 2016


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