Lions Wood, St Leonards, Ringwood
- Detached Garage
- Quiet Cul De Sac Location
- Limestone Flag Flooring
- Private And Secluded Gardens
- 0.20 Acre Plot
- Master Bedroom With Ensuite
- Solar Panels
- Wood Burning Stove
A spacious three bedroom detached bungalow | 0.20 acre plot | Detached garage | Limestone flag flooring | Fireplace with a fitted wood burning stove | Solar panels – with a feed in tariff currently generating a surplus of circa £1000 per annum | Cul De Sac location | No Onward Chain.
A spacious three bedroom detached bungalow standing in an established and well secluded garden plot of a fifth of an acre, with plentiful off road parking and a detached garage. The light, bright and deceptively spacious accommodation includes a large ‘country style’ L-shaped lounge/dining room with limestone flag flooring and a fireplace with a fitted wood burning stove. The property benefits from PVCu double glazing, gas fired central heating and solar panels – with a feed in tariff currently generating a surplus of circa £1000 per annum. No onward chain.
The bungalow is conveniently located in a prime residential cul-de-sac, within St Leonards, a village adjacent to St Ives and Ashley Heath, on the outskirts of Ringwood, an historic market town, which offers a diverse range of cafe’s, bars, restaurants and high street shops, including Waitrose, Sainsbury and Lidl. The area offers easy access to commuter routes via the A31/M27/M3 to Poole, Southampton, Winchester & beyon, and the A338 to Bournemouth/the South Coast and Salisbury. Nearby recreational amenity includes Moors Valley and Avon Valley Country Parks both offering fabulous country walks, and the latter an 18 hole golf course. Transport links serving the town include bus and coach service to nearby regional centres and London. The nearest train station is Bournemouth, with an express service also from Southampton Parkway. The New Forest National Park is within a short drive as is the Jurassic Coastline with its award winning sandy beaches.
Enclosed Front Entrance Porch
PVCu panelled double glazed front entrance door. Tiled step. Further PVCu framed obscured double glazed door.
Limestone flag floor. Built in double cloaks cupboard with double louvre doors. Adjacent airing cupboard with unvented hot water cylinder and slatted shelving. Cottage style light oak veneered multi-pane doors lead to all rooms.
L- Shaped Lounge/Dining Room
A light, bright and spacious Westerly aspect living space with limestone flag floor. PVCu double glazed French doors provide direct access onto a patio and a secluded front garden. Further double glazed side aspect window views toward the driveway. Attractive brick built fireplace with a solid oak rustic over mantle and a fitted wood burning stove. The lounge area flows in a open plan fashion into the dining area where there is plenty of space for a dining table and six chairs. Front aspect casement window. Further multi-pane door leads into the kitchen.
Light beech effect laminated worktops with tiled splashbacks. Inset white enamel stoneware sink with ‘swan neck’ mixer tap. Space and plumbing for a washing machine. Range of white panelled cupboard and drawer units beneath the worktops and matching wall hung kitchen cabinets with pelmets and under lighting. Cupboard housing a Gloworm Micron central heating and hot water boiler. Wall mounted programmer. Integrated Hotpoint white enamel four ring gas hob with recirculating extractor canopy above with multi-speed fan and light. Integrated Hotpoint electric oven and grill. Integrated tall fridge freezer. Adjacent tall shelved cupboard. PVCu double glazed door to side access way.
A white suite. Vanity unit. Close coupled wc. Panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment combination. Tiled surround. Heated towel rail. Tall shelved cupboard. Oval wall mounted mirror. Tiled floor. Extractor fan.
A double bedroom with view across the rear garden. Built in double wardrobe with mirror fronted sliding doors and plentiful clothes hanging space and integral storage compartments with four drawers beneath. Oak effect floor. Trap hatch with aluminium ladder provides access to part boarded and insulated attic space with light. Bi-folding door leads into;
En-Suite Shower Room
A white suite. Vanity unit. Close coupled wc with a concealed cistern. Glazed corner shower cubicle with full height tiling and thermostatic shower valve. Heated towel rail. Obscured double glazed window.
A large double bedroom with a front Westerly aspect casement window. Plenty of space for a double bed and additional soft furnishings. Light oak effect flooring.
A good size single bedroom with a rear garden aspect. Deep recess (formerly a double wardrobe) repurposed as a work station with a desk top and shelf above. Oak effect flooring.
The property is approached over a loose gravel driveway that extends down the North side of the of the property to a detached garage. Adjacent to the driveway the Westerly front aspect garden is mainly laid to lawn bounded by mature evergreen hedging and ground cover shrubs, that affords the front garden a high degree of seclusion. A brick edged flagstone paved patio abuts the front of the bungalow which is approached via French doors from the lounge with a wisteria above.
The enclosed Easterly aspect rear garden (approximately 80′ x 50′) is secured and approached via timber gates between the garage and bungalow. The garden is predominantly laid to an expansive area of lawn, interspersed with ground cover shrubs and further flower and shrub borders. There is also a secondary patio area towards the top of the garden bounded by further flower and shrub borders. A summerhouse (sited immediately behind the garage) and an aluminium framed green house are also sited in the rear garden.