This two bedroomed detached bungalow occupies a residential cul de sac position within the sought after village of Marldon. Village amenities include local shops, historic church and inns, sporting facilities, village hall and primary school plus there is easy access to the A380 for commuting to Newton Abbot Exeter and further afield. The historic river dart side town of Totnes is also only a few miles distant whilst the town centre of Paignton is approximately 2 miles away and offers a fine and varied range of shopping facilities and amenities, railway and bus station and beaches and harbour. Features of the accommodation which requires some modernisation include an entrance porch plus reception hallway, good sized lounge with open village views, a separate dining room, fitted kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom/w.c. Outside the property benefits from driveway and hard standing area to the front with the drive leading to a double length garage with work shop area to the rear. The bungalow also boasts a good sized garden with level lawned area and a number of fruit trees towards the back of the garden. An intern al inspection of this gas centrally heated and uPVC double glazed property is highly recommended to appreciate the accommodation on offer.
UPVC double glazed front door opening to
entrance porch 6' 10" x 4' 05" (2.08m x 1.35m) With uPVC double glazed windows and enjoying a wonderful view across the village to the church and surrounding countryside. Tiled floor, light and power point. Obscure glazed inner door to
reception hall 15' 05" x 9' 04" maximum to l-shape (4.7m x 2.84m) Access to loft space, built in cloaks cupboard having meters and electric consumer unit. Central heating vent. Door to
lounge 17' x 11' (5.18m x 3.35m) Having uPVC deep silled window enjoying some wonderful view across the surrounding area to the village church, fields and countryside. TV aerial connection point, central heating vent.
Dining room 11' x 8' 08" (3.35m x 2.64m) Having room for table and chairs, built in cupboard housing wall mounted central heating boiler, central heating vent, obscure glazed door opening to
utility porch 17' 0" x 4' 02" (5.18m x 1.27m) uPVC obscure double glazed door and windows to either side allowing access to wither side of the property. Two double power points plus single power point, light, fixed polycarbonate roof.
Kitchen 10' 05" x 9' 0" (3.18m x 2.74m) Fitted with units comprising of inset double bowl stainless steel sink unit with single drainer and mixer tap, roll edge work surface over fitted floor cupboard and drawer units and matching wall mounted units over, complimentary tiled surrounds, electric cooker point, space and plumbing for washing machine, uPVC double glazed window to both side and rear with outlook to garden, panelled ceiling, fluorescent strip light and uPVC obscure double glazed door giving access to outside.
Bedroom 1 11' x 11' (3.35m x 3.35m) With uPVC double glazed window again having attractive outlook to the front across the surrounding area to the church and fields behind. Built in double wardrobe, central heating vent.
Bedroom 2 10' 08" x 8' 07" (3.25m x 2.62m) With uPVC double glazed window to the rear, heating vent.
Bathroom/W.C 6' 10" x 5' 06" (2.08m x 1.68m) Fitted with coloured suite comprising of mixer taps and shower hose attachments, part tiled surrounds, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c. Built in airing cupboard with insulated hot water cylinder with immersion heater, uPVC obscure double glazed window, recessed ceiling spot lighting.
front There is a part lawned garden bordered with shrubs and small trees, two steps up to the front entrance porch. There is a driveway and adjacent concreted area suitable for further off road parking and leading to semi-detached (tandem) garage
garage 33' 0" x 8' 08" (10.06m x 2.64m) With up and over door, fluorescent strip lighting and power and courtesy door to the side.
Rear There is pathway access around the side of the bungalow where there is a gate giving access to a paved sun patio which is accessible also from the kitchen door. From this area there is a ramp leading up to a higher section of garden and adjacent to the lawn are seven paved steps leading to the mid section of garden which is crazy paved with room for lounge chairs, drying washing etc, and there is a timber built shed. A shallow concrete ramp then leads up to the main garden area which is level and arranged to lawn with a green house and number of productive apple trees. From this area of the garden views can be enjoyed across Marldon to the surrounding countryside.