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3 bedroom bungalow for sale

Main Road, Sheepy Magna, CV9 3QU

Sold STC £369,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Generous Three-Bedroomed Detached Bungalow
  • Outstanding Village Location
  • Extended Living Dining Kitchen
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Four-Piece Family Bathroom
  • En-Suite Shower Room
  • Open Outlook to the Rear
  • Off- Road Parking for 6 Cars
  • Detached Single Garage | Outbuilding
  • Good-Sized Gardens | EER:- E

Full description

**A GENEROUS EXTENDED THREE-BEDROOMED TRADITIONAL DETACHED BUNGALOW ** This superb bungalow benefits from a garage offering off-road parking for at least six cars. The gas centrally heated home comprises: an entrance porch, entrance hallway, sitting room, a spacious living dining kitchen, three double bedrooms with a master three-piece en-suite and a good-sized four-piece family bathroom. To the rear is pleasant rear garden with a enviable open outlook over farmland. This is an ideal home for family looking for that desirable village location with the possibility of extending (subject to planning permission) - We anticipate a high amount of interest in this property and politely advise booking a viewing as soon as possible. Please call us on 01530 414666.

The Location - A delightful village location close to the Leicestershire and Warwickshire border; the village offers many great opportunities with the Sheepy Magna Church of England Primary School which has been award an outstanding in the latest OFSTED report. With the highly regarded Dixie Grammar School located in the nearby town of Market Bosworth and Twycross House School also close-by. Also a Church, village pub and a well recommended San Giovanni Italian Restaurant. The nearby towns Market Bosworth and Atherstone between them offer shopping facilities, health care surgeries, sports clubs and eateries. There is also excellent access to the motorway network making this a sought-after location.

Accommodation In Detail -

Front Porch - Access the property via a brick arched covered porch area with quarry-tiled flooring

Entrance Hallway - Entering through a traditional period stained leaded front door opening into a good-sized entrance hallway with a reclaimed Parquet flooring running the whole length. Two central heating radiators, dado rail, coved ceiling, loft access hatch with access ladder and decorative wall mounted lighting. Doors leading to the bedrooms, bathroom and living areas.

Sitting Room - 4.27×3.04+bow window (14'0"×9'11"+bow window) - A feature traditional UPVC bow window overlooking the front garden. An inset feature coal-effect gas fire with two radiators, a picture rail and TV/telephone points.

Bedroom One - 4.20×3.65 (13'9"×11'11") - A generous double bedroom with a coved ceiling, central heating radiator, decorative wall mounted lighting with matching ceiling light and a UPVC double glazed window to the side elevation. Opaque sliding glazed doors leading to the:

En-Suite Shower Room - 2.94×1.83 (9'7"×6'0") - A white three-piece suite comprising:- enclosed glazed corner shower cubicle with mains fed shower, a wall mounted hand wash basin with built-in with a timber surround and glass shelving. A dual-flush toilet with concealed cistern, PVC splashbacks, inset halogen lighting, extractor fan and a heated towel radiator.

Bedroom Two - 4.28 x 3.04+bow window (14'0" x 9'11"+bow window) - Traditional UPVC bow window to the front elevation, picture rail and a central heating radiator.

Good-Sized Family Bathroom - 3.04×2.74 (9'11"×8'11") - A generous four-piece family bathroom comprising: a panel bath with decorative taps, a traditional Armitage Shanks pedestal mounted wash hand basin with a low-flush toilet and a enclosed double shower cubicle with glazed bi-folding doors with a mains fed shower. Tiled splashbacks, tiled flooring, a central heating radiator and heated towel radiator. UPVC double glazed opaque window to the side elevation.

Bedroom Three - 3.80×2.97 (12'5"×9'8") - A good-sized third bedroom with a UPVC double glazed window to the side and a central heating radiator.

Extended Dining Kitchen | Snug - 10.1 x 6.31 narrowing to 3.26 (33'1" x 20'8" narr - A extended well proportioned living kitchen to the rear with ample dining space and living area. Features to include:- Re-claimed Parquet flooring and a cast iron open grated fireplace with a Regency-style timber surround on a raised cobbled hearth. A bespoke timber fitted kitchen with a traditional freestanding floor to ceiling cupboard, a glazed display wall mounted cabinet with matching base units and contrasting timber worktops. Six ring freestanding gas burner with oven and grille, stainless steel Smeg extractor hood over and matching stainless steel splash back. Inset Armitage Shanks Belfast sink with a grooved drainer and tiled splashbacks. Space and plumbing for a freestanding washing machine, dishwasher and a upright fridge freezer. UPVC double glazed French doors leading to the rear garden with a further three UPVC double glazed windows and a single UPVC double glazed door. Ample space for a TV family area along with dining space. TV points, three central heating radiators, inset halogen lighting and a Potterton wall mount gas central heating boiler concealed with a cupboard.

Outside -

Front Garden & Off-Road Parking - A generous front garden with off-road parking for approximately six cars on a hardstanding stone driveway. Fenced boundaries, a garden mainly laid to lawn with mature hedges and trees surrounding. Arched gate allowing access to the side and rear of the property along with a secure and UPVC door also accessing the rear garden.

Single Garage & Outbuilding - Single garage with an 'up & over' door; power and lighting. To the rear of the garage is a enclosed utility space with outside toilet, belfast sink, power and lighting.

Rear Garden - Paved landscaped garden mainly laid to lawn with a cobbled-style footpath leading to the rear paved patio area. An abundance of mature shrubs and trees with an outstanding open outlook over the farmland to the rear. Fenced boundaries, a timber garden shed, external lighting and a external tap.

Council Tax Band: - The property is believed to be in council tax band: D

Please Note: - SERVICES: All mains are connected. The services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by Newton Fallowell and no guarantee as to their operating ability or their efficiency can be given. MEASUREMENTS: Please note that room sizes are quoted in metres to the nearest tenth of a metre measured from wall to wall. The imperial equivalent is included as an approximate guide for applicants not fully conversant with the metric system. Room measurements are included as a guide to room sizes and are not intended to be used when ordering carpets or flooring. TENURE: Freehold - with vacant possession on completion. Newton Fallowell recommend that purchasers satisfy themselves as to the tenure of this property and we recommend they consult a legal representative such as a solicitor appointed in their purchase.

How To Get There. - SAT NAVS:- CV9 3QU. The property is identified by our 'FOR SALE' board.

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31 August 2017


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