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Offers in excess of: £240, 000 (chain free). Now sold! (S.T.C.)
For sale is this very well presented four bedroom detached 1960's chalet-bungalow, located on a quiet road in the popular, expanding village of Red Lodge. A family home, the accommodation includes: Four bedrooms, two of which are located in the roof space, with one benefiting from an en-suite shower room, family bathroom, spacious lounge, dining room, conservatory, fitted kitchen, utility room, entrance hall, and good size rear garden with patio, garage and driveway.
A viewing is advised to appreciate the standard of the accommodation on offer.
This property is being sold with a Freehold tenure.
A summary of the accommodation:
This four bedroom detached chalet-bungalow offers spacious living accommodation, which includes:
Spacious lounge room, Dining room, Conservatory, Kitchen, Utility room, Four bedrooms - one with en-suite shower room, Family bathroom, Garage.
The property also benefits from a good size front driveway which provides off-road parking for at least two vehicles and a good size rear garden with patio with side access to the driveway.
UPVC double frosted glazed door with frosted glazed side panel opens into:
Entrance hallway: A spacious area, benefiting from: Wood-effect laminate flooring, coving, radiator, overhead lighting, thermostatic point, security system, doors to left to bedroom, lounge, door to right to bedroom. Follow the hallway round to the right where there is a door to the family bathroom, and a door to the kitchen.
Bedroom 1: (12'8 x 10'4) (3.9m x 3.1m)
Benefiting from: Fitted carpet, coving, overhead lighting, power points, UPVC double glazed window to front aspect, radiator, fitted cupboards and wardrobes, corner shelving.
Bedroom 2: (12'8 x 11'6) (3.9m x 3.5m)
Benefiting from: Fitted carpet, coving, overhead lighting, power points, UPVC double glazed window to front aspect, radiator, fitted cupboards and drawers, wash basin with cupboards underneath, shower cubicle with electric power shower and floor-to-ceiling tiled walls.
Family bathroom: (8'6 x 5'8) (2.6m x 1.7m)
Benefiting from: A fitted three piece suite consisting of: WC, wash basin with cupboards underneath and vanity mirror above, cupboards, paneled bath with shower over and glass shower guard, floor-to-ceiling tiled walls, tiled floor, coving, overhead lighting, heated towel rail, UPVC double glazed frosted glass window to side aspect.
Lounge: (18' x 12'8) (5.5m x 3.9m)
A spacious room benefiting from: Fitted carpet, coving, overhead lighting, fireplace, radiator, power points, TV point, door to entrance hallway, archway to dining room.
Dining room: (19'10 x 7'9) (6.0m x 2.4m)
A good size open-plan room, benefiting from: Fitted carpet, coving, overhead lighting, power points, archway to kitchen, UPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect with UPVC double glazed 'French' doors which open into:
Conservatory: (11' x 9'10) (3.4m x 3.0m)
A light room with plinth walls being of a brick construction with UPVC double glazed windows mounted onto all side walls, with UPVC double glazed 'French' doors to the right leading out onto the large rear garden patio. This room also benefits from: Ceramic tiled flooring, power points, and an obscured glazed pitched roof.
Kitchen: (19'5 x 11'1) (5.9m x 3.4m)
Fitted kitchen with a matching range of modern units comprising cupboards, soft-close drawers, with wood-effect work surfaces over and tiled splash-backs, inset sink with mixer tap and drainer, wine rack, integrated dishwasher, gas range oven (vendor's may include) with gas hob and extractor over, ceramic tiled floor, coving, overhead lighting, power points, radiator, archway to the dining room, doorway to:
Utility room: (12'3 x 7'8) (3.7m x 2.3m)
Benefiting from: A range of cupboards with work surfaces over, inset sink and drainer, space for fridge/freezer - the vendor may negotiate the inclusion of the fridge/freezer, plumbing and space for washing machine and tumble dryer, ceramic tiled floor, coving, overhead lighting, UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect - overlooking the rear garden, UPVC double glazed doors to the side and rear aspects, the rear door opens onto the rear garden.
Take the stairs from the kitchen up into the converted roof space and the 'mini' landing which benefits from: Fitted carpet, power points, overhead lighting via halogen spotlights, fire alarm. There are doors to the left and right into two further bedrooms, with a door directly ahead which provides access to a loft storage area which runs the along the length of the roof.
Bedroom 3: (13'10 x 12'9) (4.2m x 3.9m)
A good size room with restricted height, benefiting from: Wood-effect laminate flooring, overhead lighting via halogen spotlights, power points, two Velux roof lights with roller blinds to rear aspect - overlooking the rear garden, radiator, space for a double bed and cupboards.
Bedroom 4: (13'10 x 10'4) (4.2m x 3.1m)
A good size room with restricted height, benefiting from: Fitted carpet, overhead lighting via halogen spotlights, power points, two Velux roof lights with roller blinds to rear aspect - overlooking the rear garden, radiator, built-in wardrobes, space for a double bed, access hatch to electricity circuit and boiler, door to:
En-suite: (8'8 x 5'6) (2.6m x 1.7m)
Benefiting from: Tiled flooring, overhead lighting via halogen spotlights, Velux roof light with roller blind to front aspect, shower cubicle with electric power shower, WC, pedestal wash basin with cupboards and vanity mirror, radiator.
To the front, and to the side, of the property there is a good size shingle driveway which provides parking for at least two vehicles. An access path leads along the right hand side of the property, continuing past the garage, and leading to a gate which provides access into the rear garden.
Step out of either the conservatory or the utility room on to a large paved patio area which leads into the garden. The garden is mainly laid to lawn, with the addition of a brick constructed elevated veranda area and pond with movable decking area. To one side of the garden there are dog kennels along with two sheds. The vendors may leave behind two sheds.
Garage: Providing parking space for one vehicle, with power and lighting, and an up and over door providing access to and from the driveway.
Red Lodge benefits from a recently constructed community centre 'The Millennium Centre'. The village also has its own doctor's surgery, and play area.
Much development has taken place in Red Lodge over the last few years and it is still ongoing. This development consists of new homes from a variety of building companies and an industrial estate.
There are plans for a new village centre, which should include a supermarket, a new Post Office and other recreational facilities including a football ground, a cricket pitch, and a sports pavilion which are nearing completion.
There are also provisions for a primary school to be opened. An area has been catered for this purpose within the newly developed area.
It is acknowledged that this is predominantly due to Red Lodge's convenient central location within East Anglia allowing easy access to Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge and London to name but a few. Forest Heath District Council devised a master plan in 1998 for Red Lodge which shows the proposed vision for the village. The council's master plan is viewable on the internet.
Red Lodge is ideally placed for commuters wishing to travel to the nearby towns of Bury St Edmunds, Newmarket, or Cambridge, with access to the A14/A11 located nearby.
For those wishing to travel further afield, commuters can take the train from Newmarket railway station, which has regular hourly connections to Cambridge. At Cambridge you can travel to London on the Cambridge to London Liverpool Street or London Kings Cross. You can also travel to Kings Lynn, Norwich, and Stansted Airport.
Miscellaneuos property notes:
The central heating system is oil-fired.
The vendors have stated that the property currently benefits from broadband internet access.
Local authority: Forest Heath District Council.
Council tax band: D.
Please note: Statements regarding the number of power points are made on the basis of the number seen at the time of inspection.
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