- Detached Chalet Bungalow
- Very Spacious Accommodation
- Newly Refurbished Throughout
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Large Garden & Ample Off Road Parking
- Popular Village Location
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A detached chalet style bungalow, offering very good sized accommodation, with three double bedrooms, lounge and kitchen/diner. The property was recently refurbished throughout, giving it a clean, modern feel, but still retains many of the original period features, including doors, fireplaces and feature windows, thus retaining its character and charm. The roof was completely re-slated and insulated including replacement soffits, facias and guttering, in 2017. The large, pretty rear garden is laid to lawn and has abundant features, with covered bar seating area, decked patio and further gravelled patio area along with a large shed. There is a detached garage and off road parking for three further vehicles. From the rear windows of the upper level, nice views of the countryside and downs can be enjoyed. The bungalow is situated in a quiet, residential road, yet within easy walking distance to the centre of the village of Wroxall, with good access to nearby walking and cycling routes. The coastal towns of Ventnor and Shanklin are only a short distance away.
ENTRANCE PORCH Front door with stained glass panes and further inner door leading to:
ENTRANCE HALL A spacious hallway with staircase to first floor. Doors off to:
BEDROOM 3 12′ 11" x 11′ 10" (3.94m x 3.61m) A bright, airy room, with a UPVC window to the front and an original ‘port hole’ feature window at the side. Chimney breast.
BEDROOM 2 12′ 11" x 11′ 10" (3.94m x 3.61m) Another bright, airy room, with a UPVC window to the front and an original ‘port hole’ feature window at the side. Chimney breast, with period feature fire place with ceramic tiled hearth and surround and English Oak wooden mantle.
BATHROOM/WC 9′ 2" x 5′ 10" (2.79m x 1.78m) With obscure glazed UPVC window to the side. Curved bath, with mixer tap and shower head attachment and curved shower screen. Tiled walls above bath. Low flush WC and curved wash basin, set in a vanity unit. Further storage cupboards under. Marble tiled flooring. Wall mounted ‘Glow Worm’ combination boiler. Ceiling mounted airation vent.
LOUNGE 15′ 4" x 12′ 0" (4.67m x 3.66m) A very bright room, with UPVC window to the side and UPVC sliding doors to the conservatory. Feature chimney breast, with slate hearth tiles. Oak effect flooring. Double opening doors to:
KITCHEN/DINER 17′ 10" x 8′ 10" (5.44m x 2.69m) Fitted with a range of wall and base mounted units with a charcoal grey gloss finish, with marble effect work surface over and tiled splash backs. Integrated appliances are fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer, double oven and grill, four burner gas hob and extractor hood above. A very good sized room, with ample space for table and chairs. Oak effect flooring. Door to under stair storage cupboard, with fitted shelves and space for vacuum, ironing board, etc. Two UPVC windows to the rear and Wooden, top glazed door to:
CONSERVATORY 18′ 6" x 8′ 4" (5.64m x 2.54m) A large conservatory, with space for table and chairs, relaxed seating, etc. Full length single glazed windows, four of which are opening windows and sliding door to the rear garden area.
FIRST FLOOR A door on the landing gives access to the eaves with a very useful clothes storage/wardrobe cupboard, which has built in clothes rail, power and lighting. Door from landing to:
BEDROOM 1 18′ 6" max x 12′ 11" max (5.64m x 3.94m) A further double bedroom, benefiting from a dormer style UPVC window to the front and a ‘Velux’ window to the rear. From the rear window, lovely views of the valley, downs and Appuldurcombe House can be enjoyed. Door to En-Suite, with low flush WC and wash basin.
HEATING Via radiators, supplied by the ‘Glow Worm’ combination boiler, situated in the bathroom
OUTSIDE The large rear garden is fully enclosed on three sides, by fencing and 6′ gates to either side of the property with pathways leading along both sides to join the front and rear aspects.The garden is laid mainly to lawn, with a gravel patio area at the top end and a purpose built enclosure providing an ideal sheltered seating area in the lower corner. There is also a raised decked area and a garden shed for storage. The Westerly aspect means that the garden will be in sun for most of the day and will enjoy the evening sun as it sets. To one side is a detached, brick faced garage, which has a personnel door, power and lighting, with hardstanding in front for further vehicles. The front garden is part lawned and part gravelled, with a pathway down the centre from the entrance gate.
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