A detached village house in landscaped gardens
88 Roman Way is thought to date from the 1960s and is built of Bradstone under a pitched roof with flat roof extensions to the rear. The layout of rooms offers generous and flexible family accommodation and scope exists to further enlarge the property if required (subject to the usual consents).
In brief the accommodation comprises an attractive entrance hall which leads to a spacious and well-proportioned sitting room with doors providing access to a terrace. The sitting room opens into the dining room with a door to the kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with a range of cabinets and there is plenty of space for a table and chairs. At the rear is a conservatory providing a lovely place to sit and look out over the garden. A later extension to the property comprises a bedroom with en suite bathroom and a room which is currently used as an office/family room. However, this could be used as a self-contained annexe if required. Also on the ground floor is a guest cloakroom. Set out over the first floor is a bedroom suite with fitted wardrobes, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside the property is accessed via a paved driveway with access to an integral garage. To the front of the property is an established garden laid to lawn with well stocked borders. The rear garden enjoys a favourable aspect and is mainly laid to lawn, again with established borders, and a good sized paved terrace.
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In my opinion you can't beat this house for space, flexibility of layout and location. Simply a cracking family house.Kay McCluskey