3 Bedroom Bungalow SSTC
Beech Road, Witney, Oxfordshire OX28
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- No Onward Chain
- Sitting/Dining Room
- Refitted Kitchen
- Renewed Shower Room
- Three Bedrooms
- Sealed Unit Double Glazing
- Gas-Fired Central Heating
- Garage with Light and Power
- Front and Rear Gardens
A comfortable single-story home offered with early vacant possession. The kitchen has been refitted during the present owner's tenure with fitted floor and wall cabinets complemented by expansive bamboo work surfaces and metal kick boards that, along with the sleek handles, give the whole room a modern twist.
The large living room adjacent has a double aspect with a gas coal effect fire providing a focal point for winter evenings. To the southern side of the room wide patio doors allow the sun to stream in and provide direct access to the remarkably private and easily maintained garden. The wall between this room and the third bedroom could easily be removed to create an even larger reception space. This third bedroom would also make the perfect study for remote or home working. There are two further double bedrooms, one of which has a pair of distinctive corner windows and the cleverly designed door recess that maximises the usable floor area. The bathroom and cloakroom were originally separate but have now been joined to create a fine shower room with a generous walk-in shower. Two windows and beautifully tiled surrounds accentuate the sense of space.
To the front of the property there is driveway parking on the approach to a single garage that benefits from both power and light as well as a pedestrian door to the rear garden.
The combination of being in a slightly elevated position and surrounded by other bungalows means that the rear garden enjoys a high degree of privacy normally associated with much larger plots. There are also pleasing rooftop views across the town towards the distinctive soaring spire of St Mary's in the distance. The garden has a south-easterly aspect and is therefore bathed in pleasant sunshine making it an ideal outdoor entertaining area. Being tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac near the town centre also offers the convenience of being able to walk into town to access the whole host of amenities available nearby without the use of public transport.
The owner has made several improvements to the property that include rewiring, new gas fire and boiler, new soffits, fascias and guttering. The garage roof has been replaced and a loft ladder has also been installed to make access to the partially boarded loft easier.
West Oxfordshire District Council - Council Tax band D