Beautifully presented bungalow on a plot of about 0.7 acres.
The Spinney was refurbished in 2020 to a very high standard throughout creating light and bright accommodation with fine views to the gardens. Features include: Polish oak flooring with underfloor heating, stunning bespoke kitchen with a comprehensive range of appliances, double aspect sitting/dining room with attractive wood burning stove and excellent principal bedroom with en suite shower room.
The large reception hall provides access to the bedrooms, bathroom and sitting/ dining room. To the front is the family bathroom. Double doors from the hall lead to a most attractive double aspect sitting/dining room with views to the garden. There an inglenook fireplace with Stovax wood burning stove and two sets of double doors open to the garden. The kitchen is situated to the front of the house and is a stunning feature of the property with a bespoke range of grey self-closing drawers and cupboards with inset sink unit with Corian work surfaces, Miele induction hob, Miele electric oven and steam oven, large Smeg fridge/freezer and utility cupboard with space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. The principal bedroom has fine double aspect with oak flooring and en suite shower room with rain shower. There is a door out to the garden. There are two further bedrooms.
The Studio - A great detached timber building with verandah and would suit as a home office or gym or annexe. There is a larger reception area with sink unit, range of drawers and two-ring electric hob. Double doors open to a large bedroom with en suite shower room. There is also plumbing for a washing machine. To the front is room ideal for a study/office with two sets of double doors out to the garden.
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A very well presented detached bungalow with studio set within a lovely plot of 0.7 acre plot with planning permission to demolish and rebuildGraeme Warren