A delightful detached bungalow with exceptionally well kept rear garden along with double car port and annex.
Ashmount Cottage is good sized detached bungalow with an oak framed annex & car port. The property has a versatile accommodation.
From the entrance hall, there is the lounge, kitchen, bedroom two, family bathroom and W/C. Also opening from the hall is the vaulted dining room which further leads to the main bedroom along with bedroom three. French doors lead from
both the dining room and the main bedroom into the conservatory. The kitchen, also accessed from the dining
room and entrance hall, is equipped with a range of wall & base units and has a built-in fridge freezer, dishwasher, electric oven and gas hob.
The conservatory has underfloor heating giving it year round use as a meaningful reception space with patio doors leading to
The annex consists of a vaulted bedroom with en suite, and utility/kitchenette. From the bedroom there are patio doors opening out on to a partially enclosed & secluded patio area. There are two entrances/exits from either the garden or the car port.
The property is accessed through electric gates which open onto a gravel driveway, edged with bedding areas along with a stone path. There is a double carport with store cupboard along with access into the annex. There is a side gate leading to the rear garden.
The rear garden has been exceptionally well-maintained and is loosely set into four sections.
Firstly, there is a landscaped paved patio area with raised pond and fountain, flower beds & fig tree as well as an area of gravel. Proceeding along through an archway, there is an area of lawn with gravel footpath and bedding areas.
There is a further archway, passing through a hedge border, which reaches the wild garden'. Beyond this passing Espalier apple trees, is the final area which is currently being used as a
vegetable garden with raised beds. There is also a generous
sized timber garden shed.
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Quite possibly one of the best kept gardens I have seen in a long time!Ryan Allbon