Guide Price at £425,000 to £450,000.
An extended and well-proportioned two double bedroom detached bungalow situated on an extremely popular cul-de-sac in Dore. Light and airy space with two reception rooms, a rear kitchen extension, an occasional room, a modern shower room, and a spacious loft. Outside, there is a driveway, a single garage and a south-west facing rear garden. The property benefits from gas central heating run from a combination boiler and double glazing. There is the potential to update, extend and convert the loft space, subject to any necessary consents. Carpets included. No chain. Freehold.
A front entrance door opens into an entrance lobby with a polished parquet wood floor. The reception hall is a generous size, making a positive impression. A ceiling hatch with a pull-down ladder, provides access to the loft, offering scope for conversion, subject to consents. The loft houses the combination boiler. Off the reception hall is a cloakroom with a WC and a deep recess for storage. The lounge is a lovely reception room with neutral tones, a focal fire and surround and dual aspect windows, which create a light and airy feel. The rear window is a patio door onto a lawned, south-west facing garden, creating a pleasant setting. The dining room is also larger than some in size with a homely feel and a step leading down into a kitchen extension. The extension requires some attention and offers some potential. There are fitted units including an integrated double oven, a gas hob, and an extractor above. There is plumbing for a dishwasher and a washing machine, along with space for a fridge freezer. A door leads into the garden. Off the kitchen is a useful pantry with shelving. A door from the dining room opens into an occasional room, which could offer versatility to suit a buyer’s needs.
There are two front double bedrooms, both having bay windows to catch the morning sun. The master bedroom has neutral tones and dual aspect windows. The second bedroom has fitted furniture. The shower room has been refurbished in recent years, having tiled walls, a shower enclosure, Vanity wash basin and a WC.
Outside, there is a lawned front garden with planted borders and an adjoining driveway, which leads into a single garage with power and lighting. Side access with a gate leads into a south-west facing rear garden with a lawn, a patio, and well-stocked borders to provide seasonal colour.
Rushley Close is an extremely popular cul-de-sac well served by local shops and amenities in Dore Village, highly regarded schools, recreational facilities, public transport and access to Dore Train Station, the city centre, hospitals, universities, and the Peak District.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||4.5%||£235,000||3||0.5|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£249,975 (2)||£317,813 (16)||£507,495 (10)||£675,000 (2)|
|Flats||£141,000 (5)||£196,980 (5)||£299,000 (1)||-||-|
|All||£141,000 (5)||£212,121 (7)||£316,706 (17)||£507,495 (10)||£675,000 (2)|