This 1920's bungalow provides excellent potential and sits on a good size plot whereby some neighbouring properties have gone in to the roof space and extended to increase the original footprint. This property originally started as three bedrooms and has now had one of those converted in to a particularly stylish wet room. Another feature of the property is the kitchen diner with a vast array of cupboards and integrated appliances and externally the garden affords privacy and has a 28ft garage to the rear.
The full layout in brief comprises of side entry porch, kitchen diner, lounge with dual aspect, inner hallway, main bedroom and guest bedroom, both with fitted wardrobes, feature three piece wet room, two piece original bathroom, separate wc (see floorplans for layout). The property is set back from the road and has a good size fore garden which is mainly laid to lawn and the driveway provides off road parking and special reference should be made to the site map to fully appreciate the size pf plot on offer. Ideal for those wanting a single storey dwelling within walking distance of village centre amenities but equally appealing to those wanting to adapt and develop to create first floor accommodation. A rare opportunity indeed, this was last on the market in the 1960's. No upward chain.
Timber patterned uPVC double glazed front entrance door with central panel affording access and natural lighting to the kitchen diner.
The kitchen diner is a particular feature of the property having been recently refitted (by Coalville Kitchens) and consists of an array of units at both base and eye lev el in a light blue hue with contrasting brushed metal handles. Integrated appliances include a four ring electric hob, separate electric oven with microwave adjacent, fridge freezer and washing machine. One of the corner cupboards has a pull out rack system and there are three soft close drawers beneath the hob. Marble effect work surfaces with matching splash back and lighting is provided by six LED lights. Front and side elevation timber effect double glazed windows, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over with instant hot water with double cupboard beneath. A double glazed door leads to the rear entry porch and a separate door leads to the lounge.
Particularly well proportioned and benefiting from a dual aspect with both front and side elevation timber effect double glazed windows. The focal point of the room is the real flame effect electric fire with stone back and plinth shelving either side with matching mantelpiece. A door through to the inner hallway.
The inner hallway has a radiator, double electrical socket, glazed roof light.
The main bedroom has a triple wardrobe with mirrored sliding doors, double glazed rear elevation window with a view over the garden and radiator beneath and a separate single radiator.
The second bedroom has built in wardrobes with sliding doors and rail and shelving within, a rear elevation double glazed window with a view over patio and radiator beneath. Neutral décor.
What was a third bedroom is now an impressive wet room with attractive tiling to the shower area with contrasting grey tiling adjacent either side, pedestal wash hand basin and low level wc. Rear elevation double glazed window with obscure panels, double radiator with temperature control and wall mounted extractor.
With side elevation double glazed window and a low level wc.
Originally the main bathroom there are elements that remain within including a winged wash hand basin and bidet. Side elevation timber framed double glazed window, polished metal ladder design centrally heated towel rail and a built in cupboard housing the hot water cylinder.
Timber gates with upper metal work provide access to the tarmac driveway with mature impressively sized lawn garden enclosed by natural hedge to the bottom right is a circular pond. To the left hand elevation there is a five bar gate which provides access to the rear.
At the rear is the aforementioned paved patio with retaining wall then a further patio the other side of this adjacent to the oversized garage which measures 28'8 x 9'10 (8.74m x 3.00m) and is provided with power and light and has a separate side access door. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a central path bi-secting, at the top of the garden is a further lawned area and timber shed. The garden is private and not overlooked from beyond.
From East Leake village centre proceed along Main Street passing the church and continuing along Brookside where before the roundabout the property is situated on the right hand side.
All mains services are available and connected to the property which is gas centrally heated. The property is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Charnwood Borough Council - Tax Band D.
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