Cedar Avenue, St Leonards, Ringwood
- Approximately 0.23 Acre Plot
- Approximately 1,707 Sq Ft
- West Facing Rear Garden
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Scope to Extend (STPP)
- Attached Tandem Garage
- Sought After Road
- No Onward Chain
A spacious three bedroom detached bungalow on a 0.23 acre garden plot in a highly sought after road | Large extended sitting/dining room | Plenty of off road parking | Attached tandem garage | Gas fired central heating | West aspect rear garden | Scope to extend (STPP) | No onward chain.
Summary A spacious three bedroom detached bungalow originally built in the mid 1950’s with a later substantial conservatory, which together with an attached 22ft tandem garage, extends to approximately 1,707 sq ft. The property benefits from gas fired central heating and labour saving uPVC framed double glazed windows, fascias, guttering and downpipes and is presented in good decorative order throughout, although there is potential for a certain amount of updating or extension subject to the necessary consents being obtained. Externally the property stands in garden plot approaching a quarter of an acre, with the benefit of plentiful off road parking and a well secluded Westerly aspect rear garden. No Onward Chain.
Situation St Leonards is a small village adjacent to St Ives and Ashley Heath on the outskirts of the historic market town of Ringwood. The area offers easy access to commuter routes via the A31/M27 to London and the A338 to Bournemouth and Poole. Equally Ferndown and West Moors are closely accessible by car. Moors Valley Country Park is under 2 miles away offering fabulous country walks and an 18 hole golf course. Transport links include the coach service to London from Ringwood and the nearest train station is Bournemouth. Regular bus routes are close at hand to all major towns. The New Forest National Park is within a short drive as is the Jurassic Coastline with its fabulous and award winning sandy beaches
Accommodation An arched front storm porch with composite Georgian style front entrance door with double glazed fan light and side panel windows leads into the entrance hall; access to part boarded attic space with front aspect apex window, doors lead to all ground floor rooms. Cloakroom; fully tiled, wall hung wash hand basin, low flush wc, extractor fan, front aspect leaded light window. The sitting/dining room; in the lounge area: a fireplace with fitted gas fire, tiled mantle with raised hearth and display niches creates can attractive focal point, centre ceiling fan, South aspect window, a wide opening leads directly into the dining area; South and West dual aspect, mock beamed ceiling, double glazed patio doors lead into a substantial conservatory; offering a full view of the West aspect rear garden, mainly uPVC double glazed construction, centrally heated, opaque double polycarbonate vaulted ceiling, French doors lead onto the patio and rear garden. The kitchen is approached from the entrance hall via an obscured glazed multi-pane door; granite work surfaces with tiled splash backs, inset Baumatic five ring gas hob with stainless steel backstand, chimney style recirculating extractor canopy above with multi-speed fan and light, oak finish cupboard and drawer units beneath the work surfaces and matching wall hung kitchen cabinets with underlighting, counter mounted crockery cabinet with obscured glazed door and drawer beneath, integrated ‘eyeline’ Baumatic fan assisted electric double oven/grill, pan drawer beneath and cupboard above, space/plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, front aspect leaded light window, squared opening leads into the breakfast area/utility room, which can also be accessed directly from the front driveway and from the rear garden, granite work surface with double cupboard beneath and two cupboards above, one of which houses the Worcester 35cdi combination central heating boiler, adjacent airing cupboard with slatted shelves, ample space for breakfast table and chairs.
Bedroom one; a good size double bedroom with a comprehensive range of light oak finish fitted bedroom furniture, fitted head board, bedside cabinets, built in dressing table with centre console drawer and six drawer units to either side, three double wardrobes and one single wardrobe, tall shelved cupboard. Bedroom Two has a rear garden aspect, fitted light oak finish bedroom furniture, corner desk/dressing table unit with five drawer unit alongside, two fitted double wardrobes, with high wall mounted cupboards between and space for a double bed beneath. Bedroom three; a double bedroom with French doors providing access onto the patio and rear garden. The family bathroom has a white suite; half tiled surrounds, panelled bath with mixer taps/shower attachment, low flush wc, wall hung wash hand basin, mirror with pelmet, corner quadrant shower cubicle, glazed bi-folding screen door, thermostatic shower valve, heated towel rail, tiled floor, rear aspect casement window.
Externally The bungalow enjoys a wide frontage and the front boundary is retained by a low wall with privacy provided by evergreen hedging. A loose gravel driveway and turning area provides plentiful off road parking leading to an attached 22ft tandem garage; side access personal door, external store room and gardeners wc (not serviceable) accessed from the rear of the garage. The main front garden area is principally laid to lawn bounded by mature herbaceous borders and ornamental trees. The rear garden can be approached via pathways to either side of the bungalow. The West facing rear garden, is a gardeners delight with several paved patio areas immediately abutting the rear of the bungalow and lead onto the lawn interspersed and bounded by a profusion of ornamental trees, ground cover and choice specimen shrubs. A timber built Wisteria clad arbour and a colour washed garden chalet are sited in the rear garden, as well as a good sized timber built storage shed.