Built of Sneaton stone by local builders Ducks in the 1960s, this two bedroom semi-detached bungalow, stands on the edge of Sleights village, convenient for access to the National Park as well as to village amenities, whilst remaining only a short drive from town.
With a wonderful open aspect to the rear looking onto Iburndale, from both the property and from the terraced patio in the back garden, this property has lots of charm. The accommodation includes a double bedroom and a single bedroom or study, a lounge, bathroom and a kitchen, with a small double glazed rear porch which has doubled as a garden room.
The hidden surprise is the loft, which although accessed from a built in ladder and doesn’t conform to building regulations as a room, has been converted into a space for occasional use with a carpeted floor and plastered walls, a rooflight window, electric power, lighting and central heating. This could be an ideal area for hobbies, still leaving separate space for storage.
Recently upgraded by the owner with new décor and flooring, as well as upgraded fittings including a new bathroom suite and a new fitted kitchen with integral oven and hob, the property also has uPVC double-glazing and gas central heating.
Outside the property has a sunken single garage and gardens to both the front and rear which have been terraced to make them level and include stone paved patio areas for outdoor seating. It is however the open aspect onto the open fields with the ever changing scene and wildlife that captures your attention.
Bungalows aren’t just for old people. This could make a wonderful home for someone no matter how old or young.
Contact Richardson and Smith on 01947 602298 for more details.