Saltash Passage / £269,950
2 Bedroom Detached Bungalow
- DETACHED BUNGALOW IN A TUCKED AWAY LOCATION ENJOYING DELIGHTFUL GARDENS
- NEAR LEVEL PLOT IN AN ELEVATED POSITION WITH VIEWS OVER RIVER TAMAR
- TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS, ONE WITH EN-SUITE SHOWER FACILITIES
- SITTING ROOM OPEN PLAN DINING ROOM AND CONSERVATORY STYLE ADDITION
- KITCHEN FAMILY BATHROOM
- SCOPE FOR MODERNISATION AND POTENTIAL FOR A LOFT CONVERSION
- SEMI-DETACHED GARAGE AND HARDSTAND
- GREENHOUSE AND SUBSTANTIAL WORKSHOP/POTTING SHED
THE PROPERTY A detached bungalow of traditional construction probably built in the late 1920's/early 1930's and occupying a near level plot in an elevated position with a pleasant westerly aspect and views over the River Tamar. This really is a hidden gem, we can only describe the gardens as delightful with a profusion of shrubs too numerous to list, two magnificent magnolia trees and you are greeted with an archway of colour to the length of pathway leading up to the property.
The bungalow itself is cottage like, perhaps a little quirky in it's internal design but very spacious with a sitting room with a feature fireplace with gas fire, two steps down to an open plan dining room with a small 'conservatory style' addition off. From the conservatory you can observe the Tamar Bridge and the ever changing aspect of the River Tamar and enjoy the tranquillity of the garden. There is a galley style kitchen, with plumbing for a washing machine and spaces for a fridge and a freestanding gas cooker. Two double bedrooms, one with en-suite shower facilities and fitted bedroom furniture. There is a family bathroom also.
Externally there is a semi-detached garage and adjacent hardstandingarea. Aluminium framed greenhouse and substantial garden store/workshop.
The property is drained into a private septic tank and located within the curtilage of the overall site which has been recently repaired and upgraded. Electricity and gas are connected . The central heating boiler was installed in June 1999 and recently serviced. There is a combination of aluminium and upvc double glazing to the windows and doors.
The property has been well cared for and maintained over the years, but does provide scope and potential for improvement with potential for a loft conversion, (subject to the usual planning consents and building regulations) which would give uninterrupted views across the River Tamar.
PORCH 7' 9" x 4' 4" (2.36m x 1.32m)
DINING ROOM 27' 0" x 11' 5" (8.23m x 3.48m)
CONSERVATORY 10' 11" x 8' 1" (3.33m x 2.46m)
LOUNGE 13' 3" x 10' 10" (4.04m x 3.3m)
KITCHEN 15' 6" x 6' 10" (4.72m x 2.08m)
BEDROOM 1 13' 1" x 9' 5" (3.99m x 2.87m)
EN-SUITE 6' 10" x 4' 7" (2.08m x 1.4m)
BEDROOM 2 12' 10" x 9' 8" (3.91m x 2.95m)
BATHROOM 8' 7" x 5' 7" (2.62m x 1.7m)
GARAGE 15' 6" x 10' 4" (4.72m x 3.15m)
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