Meadow Close, Ringwood, Hampshire
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Scope to Extend STPP
- Sought After Cul-De-Sac
- Within Walking Distance of Amenities And Ringwood Town Centre
- Detached Garage
- No Onward Chain
Situated in a sought after cul-de-sac | Walking distance of local amenities and the town centre | Gas fired central heating, replacement PVCu double glazed windows | Requiring certain updating | Scope to develop the attic space and extend (STPP) | Off road parking | Garage | No Onward Chain.
Summary An attractive two double bedroom detached bungalow conveniently located at the head of a sought after cul-de-sac, within walking distance of local amenities and the town centre. The bungalow benefits from gas fired central heating, replacement PVCu double glazed windows and labour saving PVCu soffits facias soffits guttering, but does now require certain updating. There may be scope to develop the attic space and extend (subject to the necessary consents) to create additional accommodation. Externally the property stands on a wide plot with off road parking, a garage and an enclosed rear garden. No Onward Chain.
Situation Situated within walking distance of local amenities including Poulner Junior School, and a convenience store on Southampton Road. The historic market town of Ringwood is within approximately a mile, offering a comprehensive range of shops, cafe’s bars and restaurants, including Waitrose, Sainsbury’s and Lidl. Commuter routes are close at hand with easy access to London via the A31/M27 and further afield. The New Forest National Park is but a short drive with hectares of beautiful heathland and countryside offering spectacular walks, biking and riding as are the award winning sandy beaches of the Jurassic Coastline. There are many Nature Reserves within easy reach including the Blashford Lakes and the Wildlife Trust Sites. The location offers plentiful Country Inns and fine dining and many are within walking distance. Regular bus routes are within easy reach as is the coach service to London from Ringwood. Train Stations are from Christchurch or Bournemouth.
Accommodation Enclosed Entrance Porch | PVCu double glazed front entrance door. Cupboard housing the gas and electric services. Further multi pane glazed door to;
Entrance Hall | Built in airing cupboard with copper lagged hot water cylinder. Immersion heater. Programmer for central heating/hot water. Analogue thermostat. Wall mounted shelving. Access to attic space with Slingsby style aluminium ladder. Doors lead to;
Sitting Room | Front aspect picture window. Further side aspect window. Wooden fire surround with fitted coal/flame effect gas fire. Baxi Bermuda gas fired back boiler. To the right of the chimney breast are fitted bookshelves.
Kitchen | Laminated light beech effect worktops with inset single drainer sink unit. Cupboards and drawers beneath the work tops. Matching wall hung kitchen cupboards. Tall shelved larder cupboard. Space for a slot in cooker. Gas point. Further space and adjacent plumbing for a washing machine. Door to adjacent;
Side Entrance Porch/Conservatory | PVCu double glazed external door to the front between the bungalow and garage.
Cloakroom | White close coupled wc. Wall mounted glass shelf.
Bathroom | White pedestal basin and panelled bath with mixer tap/shower attachment. Half tiled surrounds. Wall mounted mirror. Wall mounted glass shelf.
Bedroom One | A double bedroom. Front aspect picture window.
Bedroom Two | A double bedroom. Rear aspect picture window.
Externally An enclosed formal front garden, retained by a low brick wall to the front elevation. There is side access into the rear garden, adjacent driveway is secured by wrought ironwork gates, and leads to the detached brick built garage with ‘up and over’ door. Between the garage and bungalow there is additional access into the rear garden.
The enclosed rear garden comprises of an area of lawn and an adjacent vegetable plot , where there is sited an aluminium framed green house. There are also additional established beds with an array of shrubs and ornamental trees. The whole would now benefit from some cultivation.