Bungalow For Sale

Sundown, Bell Lane, Lower Broadheath, Worcestershire

Guide price £535,000 Sold


Beautifully presented 3/4 bed bungalow providing flexible accommodation, landscaped garden and stunning views over open countryside

  • In all approx 1762 sq ft
  • Deceptively spacious plot incorporating wonderful garden with stunning views
  • Located in centre of popular village, Chantry catchment
  • 3/4 bedrooms, family bathroom, cloakroom
  • Sitting room/dining room, garden room/4th bedroom
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Deep frontage with generous driveway, Garage
  • EPC rating C



Situation
Sundown sits well back from the lane in the heart of the village. The stunning Worcestershire countryside is literally on the back doorstep with a garden gate providing access onto the adjoining fields which are have an abundance of footpaths great for dog walkers and fitness enthusiasts alike. Lower Broadheath benefits from two popular public houses, Broadheath Church of England Primary School, church and village hall. The recently opened village store and post office is a wonderful benefit for the community. The village also comes within catchment for Chantry High School. Worcester City centre has an excellent choice of independent schools, regional shopping and leisure facilities. The village is ideally situated being only three miles from the City centre which has two railway stations, the M5 easily accessible at Junctions 5, 6 or 7.


Description
Sundown is an immaculately maintained detached bungalow with flexible accommodation. The light and airy rooms comprise of a spacious sitting room with dining area. The well fitted kitchen/breakfast room over looks the rear garden and has doors providing access to the front and rear hallways. The master bedroom has extensive fitted units and overlooks the front garden. Bedroom two is next to the large family bathroom, providing the option of creating en-suite facilities. The third bedroom is next to the cloakroom. Overlooking the garden is the bright garden room with french doors leading out onto the terraced area. This room could be used as a fourth bedroom if required.


Gardens and grounds
The wide frontage of Sundown sits behind a low wall with hedging. Brick pillars to either side of the entrance open onto the tarmacadam driveway. Lawns sit to either side of the drive with the drive crossing the front of the property and to the left hand side to access the garage. There is plenty of parking for several vehicles. There is access from both sides of the property to the rear garden. The rear garden is an absolute delight, bordering open countryside. The garden has different areas to relax and enjoy the far reaching views towards the Malvern Hills. There is a glass screen protecting the terraced area nearer the property and this can be accessed from the kitchen or garden room. In 2015 a smart raised terrace was created with a pergola, raised beds created from railway sleeps and it has its own irrigation system. This is a lovely place to sit and enjoy the views. The lawn is bordered by neat hedges and has areas planted with mature shrubs and trees. There is a greenhouse, large shed and plumbing for a water feature.

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