Ashley Heath, Ringwood, Hampshire
- Approaching 0.25 Acre Plot
- Potential to Improve and Extend (STPP)
- No Onward Chain
- South Easterly Rear Garden
A detached three bedroom bungalow standing in a garden plot approaching 0.25 acres. The property offers well planned accommodation and a beautiful South facing rear garden with patio. Scope for improvement and extending, subject to planning consent. No Onward Chain.
Summary A detached three bedroom bungalow standing in a garden plot approaching a quarter of an acre. The property offers well planned accommodation, benefitting from full gas fired central heating and Upvc double glazed windows, with scope for certain updating and/or extension subject to the necessary consents. Externally the property is well set back from the road with plentiful off road parking, a detached garage and a private South facing rear garden. No Onward Chain.
Situation The bungalow is located in a prime residential cul-de-sac within the village of Ashley Heath, which is situated on the outskirts of the market town of Ringwood. The area offers easy access to commuter routes which include the A31 to Southampton, Winchester and London and the A338 to Bournemouth and Poole. Moors Valley Country Park is within the confines of Ashley Heath and offers an eighteen hole golf course, miniature railway line and many woodland walks which include The Castleman Trailway, a beautiful and scenic heathland walk, and includes a cycle route. There is also a convenience store within easy reach by car. Adjoining Ashley Heath to the southern side you can also find the parish of St Leonards and St Ives along with Avon Heath Country Park, Dorset’s largest country park.
Accommodation Side entrance storm porch with tiled step and bulkhead light above, Upvc double glazed/leaded light entrance door leads into the entrance hall with doors to: the cloakroom; half tiled, low flush wc, vanity unit, triple mirror fronted medicine cabinet above, Crabtree starbreaker consumer unit. The kitchen is approached via a glazed door from the entrance hall; laminated ‘marble effect’ work surfaces with tiled splashbacks, inset Franke one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit, cupboard and drawer units beneath the work surfaces, wall hung kitchen cabinets, inset Whirlpool four ring ceramic hob, Stoves integrated fan assisted electric double oven/grill, serving hatch to dining area, wall hung Worcester Greenstar Ri gas fired central heating/hot water boiler, built in airing cupboard with copper lagged hot water cylinder and immersion heater, tall shelved larder cupboard, tiled flooring, Upvc double glazed tradesman’s entrance. The L shaped lounge/dining room; two pairs of sliding Upvc double glazed patio doors with fitted vertical blinds lead directly onto the South facing patio and overlooks the rear garden, stone fireplace with raised hearth and fitted gas fire (not tested), television aerial point. A glazed door from the entrance hall leads to an inner hall; built in cloaks cupboard, access to attic space with ladder, sepelle wooden doors lead to: Bedroom one; front aspect double bedroom. Bedroom two; front aspect double bedroom. Bedroom three; a single side aspect bedroom. The Bathroom; obscured double glazed side aspect window, fully tiled, panelled bath, low flush wc, vanity unit, shower cubicle with Bristan shower valve, mirror fronted medicine cabinet, towel rail.
Externally The bungalow is well set back with the front boundary secured by ranch style fencing, whilst the front garden is mainly laid to lawn, but with a centre loose gravel brick edged circular feature, all bounded by mature flower and shrub borders, adjacent to the front garden is plentiful tarmacadem driveway parking, with external water tap, which leads to a detached garage with ‘up and over’ door, power and light and a side aspect personal door. Between the garage and bungalow, about 10′ width opening, there is access into the rear garden, as well as a further side access into the rear garden from the West side via pathway flanked with flowers and ground cover shrubs, which is secured by a wrought iron work gate set into a brick arch and a side brick retaining wall. In the ‘side pathway area’ is an external water tap and an aluminium framed greenhouse. The rear garden comprises of a split level slabbed paved patio leading onto lawn bounded by herbacious borders and ornamental trees which affords the bungalow a good degree of seclusion. A timber garden shed is sited in the far left hand corner of the rear garden.