An outstanding, detached bungalow that has been remodelled and extended in recent years, which now offers a minimum of three bedrooms, two reception rooms, three bathrooms and a modern open-plan kitchen, dining and sitting room.
The current owners have carefully considered how best to design and decorate this property to ensure it offers a fantastic home to suit the needs of a multi-generational family for the future. This is a beautifully light property, with high-end fixtures and fittings throughout, which has been tastefully styled in calm, neutral tones. Benefitting from oak internal doors, matching bathroom fittings, zoned alarm facility, and landscaped gardens, as well as anthracite grey uPVC windows and doors, the bungalow also has an amazing amount of storage. An internal viewing will not disappoint.
The front of the bungalow is south-facing and therefore has natural light flooding in. A wide hall greets the visitor, with laminate flooring that flows seamlessly through to the the open-plan area at the rear of the bungalow. Obscure casement windows to the side of the front door enable even more light in. The hall extends to the bedroom and bathroom wing of the property on one side, with the living area on the other.
Positioned at the front of the property, this generous-sized, versatile room is open-plan, and could be used in a multitude of ways. A window overlooks the front garden.
On the opposite side of the hallway, with a window to the front, the snug is a generous-sized reception room that can double-up as a guest room, reading room or similar. One wall has bespoke built-in bookshelves and cupboards. There is the facility for a wood-burner to be installed as there is a chimney breast.
With vinyl flooring and a white suite, consisting of a low-level W.C., and modern wash hand basin with vanity cupboard under, the cloakroom has two built-in cupboards, one housing the boiler and the other a good amount of storage space. An obscure window is situated to the rear elevation.
The space off the hallway to the rear of the property has been extended to create a stunning open-plan area with bi-fold doors to the side, opening onto a central sundeck.
The kitchen has been fitted with a vast range of bespoke wall and base level units with worktops over, incorporating a 1.5 bowl stainless steel, single drainer, sink unit placed under a window overlooking the decking. Thoughtfully designed, this kitchen works really well with a combination of drawers, pan drawers, wine racks, carousels and pull-out pantry units. A solid wood-topped low unit has drawers and bookshelves incorporated and serves as a useful seat or coffee tabletop. Integrated appliances include a fridge, dishwasher, two eye-level ovens and an induction hob with stainless-steel extractor hood over, and glass splashback. A good amount of worktops with upstands allow ample preparation space. The rooflight provides natural light and task lighting is suitably placed.
The dining area has room for a large family-sized dining table and chairs, and the three closely positioned rooflights make a clever design statement.
Beyond the dining space is the enviable living area that has a full height ceiling into the eaves, adding a feeling of extra space. There is room here for large settees that look out through the bi-fold doors onto the upper decking.
Off the kitchen, the utility has matching bespoke units and worktops, with a stainless-steel, single drainer sink unit, and plumbing for a washing machine. Room has been provided to incorporate an American style tall fridge/freezer within the units. Metro tile splashbacks, vinyl flooring and ceiling downlighters complete this room. A half-glazed door accesses the side path.
A generous-sized main bedroom is at the back of the property, and has French doors opening onto the upper decked area of the rear garden. Alongside, is a separate window ensuring maximum light is gained.
Off the main bedroom, the en-suite offers a double shower cubicle with glass panels, a wall hung hand basin and a low-level W.C. A chrome heated towel rail, ceiling spotlights and tiling to dado height finishes this room.
The second bedroom is a large double room with one wall of floor-to-ceiling Sharps fitted wardrobes. A window at the rear aspect has a lovely view over the back garden.
Predominantly used as the bathroom for the second bedroom, the main bathroom has a bath with shower over and glass screen, a wall hung wash hand basin and a low-level W.C. Tiling, fittings and flooring match the rest of the bathrooms in the bungalow. In addition there is a heated towel rail and an obscure window to the side.
The third bedroom, a double, has a window to the front aspect. A door leads to the:
This contemporary suite has white tiling, vinyl flooring and ceiling downlighters. There is a shower unit, with glass screen, a wall hung wash hand basin and low-level W.C. The window is placed to the side of the property.
Set back from the road, 34 Bellamy Road has a sweeping driveway in front of the house, that has room for five vehicles. Deep borders have established planting. A gate to the side of the bungalow opens onto a path that accesses the rear garden.
Outside Storage Room/Den
A door at the side of the bungalow, adjacent to the utility room exterior door, accesses this practical area which is a clever use of space. Originally part of the garage, this now provides a great storage area or could be used as a den. Power and light are connected and there is an outside tap.
Professionally landscaped gardens at the back of the home have recently had modern Venetian slat fencing erected, which gives a contemporary backdrop to the planting; trees on the far boundary ensure privacy.
This garden has different zones, with a large upper decked area that nestles in the heart of the U-shaped accommodation, and a further decking spot, to soak up the sun, positioned in front of the newly installed summerhouse. A hidden storage area at the rear of the summerhouse has ample room for garden equipment.
Three raised sleeper vegetable borders are situated to the side of the lawn, and a wide variety of trees, shrubs and flowers are planted throughout the grounds.
What the current vendors love about their home….
The owners of this lovely property were first attracted to it as they knew they were buying a good build, quality home that had scope for further development. They also loved the quiet, non-estate location that is a short stroll to the marketplace, which has great transport links.
They love the close proximity of both the countryside and river to their property and the local facilities, including the amazing schools in the area.
Elements they will miss include the flexible accommodation their bungalow offers, that is architecturally distinctive and beautifully light and airy, with cosy underfloor heating.
Council Tax: Band D
All mains services are connected
Underfloor heating to the open plan area
Zoned alarm system
No forward chain
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