3 bedroom detached bungalow for saleMilestone Lane, Chudleigh
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- Detached, three-bedroom dormer bungalow
- Gated entrance with ample parking
- Dining room with bay window
- Spacious living room with feature fireplace
- Kitchen with breakfast bar
- Three double bedrooms
- Enclosed garden
- Conservatory/utility area
- Fabulous views of the countryside
- Rural setting
A detached three-bedroom dormer bungalow, in a rural setting, with a large garden and ample parking, on the outskirts of the town of Chudleigh.
A gated entrance leads into a wide tarmac driveway providing parking for at least five cars, and a paved path leads to the entrance, through the low-maintenance front garden of decorative gravel interspersed with potted plants and flowers, and several palm trees. Bordered by hedgerows this garden is private and makes a great venue for a family barbecue. Inside, the property is well-presented, feels warm and light, with neutral décor throughout. The hallway has an inset hessian doormat, and engineered oak flooring, and a door leads into the separate dining room, that is filled with light from a wide bay window overlooking the front garden and drive. There is plenty of room for a table and seating for six or eight and is perfect for a dinner party or a family celebration.
The living room is spacious and light, with another wide bay window, a fireplace, with a circular frontage, fitted with a living-flame gas fire, makes a great feature and focal point for the room, and a carpeted pine, turning staircase leads to the upstairs. A light and airy kitchen/breakfast room has durable tile-effect flooring, plenty of dark worktops, including a breakfast bar that is ideal for informal dining, and a range of fitted units providing ample storage. There is a gap for a range cooker, and plenty of room for appliances beneath the worktops. A cupboard at the end would make a great larder, and contains the condensing combi-boiler, that provides heating and hot water on demand. A door leads through into a uPVC conservatory, currently used as a utility room, has French doors to the garden, worktops, plenty of space for white goods, and a convenient cloakroom to the side, with a WC and a wash hand basin.
The master bedroom is a light and airy double, with a fitted double wardrobes and storage, and the bathroom is spacious, with a tiled floor, and dark, elegant, panelled walls, and contains a white suite with a P-bath, shower and curved glass screen above, a WC and a pedestal basin, all in white. Upstairs, the converted loft contains two light and airy double bedrooms, identical but mirror-images, with dormer windows and built-in storage, one also has a large Velux window providing wonderful views over the surrounding countryside and woodland. The landing has a skylight illuminating the stairs and a convenient WC between the bedrooms.
Outside, the rear garden is large, private, and enclosed by fencing. There is a large undulating lawn with several trees and a pond at the bottom. From the higher part of the lawn there are fabulous views of the surrounding countryside, and a terrace of timber decking makes a great vantage point; perfect for a family barbecue or for sharing a bottle of wine with friends and relations.
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