A deceptively spacious and extended three bedroomed detached bungalow which has scope for further improvement, set on a large plot with beautiful views over open countryside at the rear. No onward chain. Read more
A deceptively spacious and extended three bedroomed detached bungalow which has scope for further improvement, set on a large plot with beautiful views over open countryside at the rear. No onward chain.
Summary 7 Ashdown is a detached bungalow set in larger than average plot with far reaching countryside views to the rear. The property would benefit from some further upgrade and improvement. It currently provides a flexible living space and rooms which would lend themselves to a variety of uses. There is an oil fired central heating system and double glazing throughout, as well as an ample driveway providing off street parking for multiple vehicles and a caravan or motor home if required.
The Property The property is set back from the road and is approached via a glazed entrance porch. A new UPVC double glazed door leading into the entrance lobby which has a useful cupboard and doors leading to the sitting room and dining kitchen.
The lounge is a spacious and light. There is a window overlooking the front garden and a slate feature fireplace, which is for aesthetic purposes only.
The dining kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units with a laminate worktop over and an inset sink and drainer. There is space for a cooker and fridge freezer, as well as plumbing for a washing machine and a dishwasher. There are two windows which are to the side and a personal UPVC door leading out onto the driveway. At the far end of this room is a double fitted cupboard which provides excellent storage and also houses the oil central heating boiler. There is a further door leading into the inner hallway.
From the inner hallway, is a room which would make an excellent hobby room or study. A partition wall could easily be built to create a fourth bedroom if required. Bedroom three has a window to the side. The house bathroom is fitted with a white suite which comprises of a corner bath, corner shower cubicle with curved screen and electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin set into a vanity unit and WC. Leading from the hobby room/Bedroom four is a second internal lobby. There is a study and bedroom two which has a window to the rear. Bedroom one has sliding patio doors with beautiful views over the countryside beyond. This would also make an excellent reception room.
Externally the property has a lawned garden to the front which has a low stone boundary wall, five bar entrance gate and borders. There is a lawned area and a driveway which leads to the single garage. The driveway has ample parking space for multiple vehicles. The garage has an up and over door, light and power.
A internal door from the garage leads through to the workshop. Below the workshop is an extensive storage area and space for the oil tank. The rear garden has a foundations from a previous sun room which has now been taken down. Steps lead down from the hard standing area into the rear garden which has been stripped back to show the extent of the boundaries. There are fenced borders and an apple tree. From this rear garden, stunning countryside views can be enjoyed over the village beck and the countryside beyond. A path with a gate at the side of the property leads back to the front garden.
Tenure & Possession Freehold. Vacant possession upon completion.
EPC Rating This property has been certified with an EPC Rating of E.
Local Authority Hambleton Borough Council Council tax band D.
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Crakehall is a popular village located on the A684 route from the Dales to Northallerton. The village is separated in to two areas by the Bedale Beck forming Little Crakehall to the West and Great Crakehall to the East.
The village benefits from a local public house, primary school, petrol station and church. The market town of Bedale is just 3 miles away providing all local services, including a weekly market on Tuesdays, primary and secondary schools and leisure and professional facilities.
The area also provides a vast range of traditional country sport activities including scenic walks, golf courses and country sports.
The A1(M) is close by providing excellent commuting links and connecting the North East to London and Edinburgh together with Northallerton main line railway station and Durham Tees Valley Airport.
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