Outside a traditional 1930's detached bungalow but inside a FABULOUS transformation into a spacious open plan contemporary living space beautifully presented and with stunning countryside views! The property has been extended and now provides large living room with open fire, modern lighting and flooring and double doors to the dining room. The dining room opens onto the fabulous white hi gloss kitchen with range cooker as well as having double doors to the terrace making it the ideal connection between in and out of doors. Large utility room (bigger than most kitchens!) with cloakroom off. Two ground floor double bedrooms and bathroom with two more double bedrooms and shower room upstairs. Outside a lovely large south facing plot with gardens, parking, and a great sized home office in the grounds (it has planning for that use) which would also be an ideal teenage lair. This is a real MUST SEE home! NO CHAIN!
With door to front having the stained glass inset typical of this period. Laminate flooring. Spot lighting.
Living room c. 24'4 x 12'
Large living space with PVC double glazed bay window to the front and PVC double glazed window to the side. Open fire with stone and wood surround and paved hearth. TV point. 2 radiators. Laminate flooring. Spot lighting. There are double half glazed doors to the dining room.
Dining room c. 12' x 11'9
With French doors to the garden and open to the kitchen. Serving and storage unit comprising white Hi Gloss units with drawer line and worktop over. Laminate floor and spot lighting. Radiator. TV point.
Kitchen c. 20'9 x 12'
PVC double glazed window to the rear. Smart white Hi Gloss fitted kitchen with range of base units having worktop over. Walk in larder. Single bowl round sink unit. Integrated multi fuel range cooker with 7-ring gas hob, warming oven, two further ovens as well as a grill, cooker hood over. Space for fridge. 2 radiators. Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and immersion heater. Laminate floor. Spot lights. Stairs rise to the first floor. TV point.
Utility room c. 15'2 x 8'
Large utility room with PVC double glazed window and door to the rear. Fitted with matching range of wall and base units. Rolled edge worktop with single bowl stainless steel sink unit inset. Utility spaces for washing machine, dishwasher and tumble dryer. Spotlights, Radiator.
PVC double glazed window to the side. WC and wash basin. Central heating boiler.
Bedroom 3 c. 12' x 12'
PVC double glazed bay window to the front. Radiator. Window seat. Fitted out as an office and music room currently. Exposed wood flooring. TV point.
Bedroom 4 c. 12' x 11'10
PVC double glazed window to the side. Built in wardrobes along one wall with hanging and storage with more storage over. Laminate floor. Radiator. TV point.
Double glazed Velux window. Bath with shower attachment, wash basin, and WC. Wood effect flooring. Heated towel rail.
Eaves access point.
Bedroom 1 c. 18'7 x 10'1
PVC double glazed windows to the front. Walk in storage closet. Radiator. Laminate floor. TV point.
Bedroom 2 c. 15'4 x 12'
PVC double glazed window to the side. Large built in wardrobe with mirror fronted sliding doors. 2 radiators. Telephone point. TV point.
Shower in tiled and glazed cubicle. Wash basin with storage under. WC. Extractor fan.
Home office c. 23' x 16'
This wooden building in the grounds has been used as the home of one of the family's children and in the past has also had a life as a home office - for which planning permission was granted. The main living space is 23' in length with store room off, and there is a front entrance lobby with shower room off. Phone and TV point.
Gardens and parking
There is driveway parking and turning area at the front of the property with hard standing currently used for caravan storage. The plot is south facing and has views out over open countryside. The gardens are generally laid to lawn with occasional flower beds. To the west is the terrace and decked seating area ideal for evening entertaining being the side of the house that attracts afternoon and evening sun. To the rear of the house is a useful storage shed.
From the centre of Chard take the A358 towards Axminster. At the Poppe Inn turn left into the village of Tatworth. Go down the road over the speed humps and past the Victorian terrace on the left. Just after the terrace Loveridge Lane will be found on the left hand side. Go up Loveridge Lane and up the hill where on the right hand side you will find The Hollies