A 3 bedroom detached bungalow, built in 1929, situated on a popular road in Dronfield. Well-proportioned accommodation with potential to convert the loft space and extend, subject to any necessary consents. Benefits from gas central heating, triple glazing, cavity wall insulation and a security alarm. Requires a comprehensive scheme of improvement and modernisation. Set within well-kept lawned gardens with a gated driveway and a garage. Attractive views to the rear. Available for sale with no chain. Freehold.
A front door opens into a spacious reception room with a side door into the kitchen. The kitchen has plumbing for a washing machine, dual aspect windows, the service meters, a side external door, and houses the Potterton gas boiler. There is an inner lobby providing access to the bedrooms and the bathroom. There is a ceiling hatch providing access to the loft. The three bedrooms are all situated at the rear of the bungalow, having attractive views. There are two double bedrooms and a single room. The neighbouring property has extended at the side and the rear to create an en-suite to the master bedroom and two further bedrooms. The accommodation is completed with a bathroom.
Outside, the bungalow is set back from the road behind a lawned garden with planted borders, privet hedging and a beech hedge, which adjoins a gated driveway, leading into a single garage. There is access to the side of the bungalow with a useful basement for storage, leading into a lawned garden with further planting and a greenhouse, which is included within the sale.
Hallowes Lane is a sought-after road in Dronfield, well-placed for local shops and amenities, reputable schools, recreational facilities, public transport, access to the motorway and the countryside.
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