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About the property
DETACHED BUNGALOW IN SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION
An attractive detached bungalow situated in one of the towns most requested locations. The property enjoys an enviable position being at the end of a small and quiet cul de sac and backing onto open space and within level walking distance of the town centre along the pathways that run alongside the stream.
The property enjoys a larger than average plot and provides ample parking for a number of vehicles and single garage with power assisted up and over door.
The well planned light and airy accommodation is spacious throughout with benefits to include, entrance hall, generous size dual aspect lounge/diner, kitchen/breakfast room, three bedrooms with fitted wardrobes to bedroom 1, shower room and separate WC.
Further benefits include gas central heating and double glazing.
To the outside the low maintenance front garden features an attractive area of shingle with flowering tree along with shrub borders and a block paved driveway provides off road parking for several vehicles which in turn leads to a single garage with power assisted up and over door.
The good size rear garden is a particular feature of the property enjoying a delightful open aspect and a very high degree of privacy and seclusion being mainly laid to lawn with paved patio area enclosed by timber fencing and mature very well maintained hedgerow.
The property is offered for sale with the benefit of no onward chain and viewing is highly recommended.
Fordingbridge is a small but busy town at an historic crossing of the River Avon and on the edge of the New Forest. In Kings Yard the Fordingbridge Museum houses good local history together with the Visitor Information Centre. The parish church of St Mary was mainly built in 1150 and contains some typical Norman characteristics. Amenities include doctors and dentists practices, public library, building society and a wide selection of shops. There is a regular bus service to the nearby town of Ringwood (6 miles), Bournemouth (17 miles) and the Cathedral City of Salisbury (12 miles).
Council Tax Band D
Lounge/diner 6.17m (20'3) x 3.48m (11'5)
Kitchen 4.78m (15'8) x 2.59m (8'6)
Bedroom 1 3.66m (12') x 3.05m (10')
Bedroom 2 3.66m (12') x 3.05m (10')
Bedroom 3 2.74m (9') x 2.06m (6'9)
Bathroom 2.08m (6'10) x 1.57m (5'2)
Garage 5.49m (18') x 2.59m (8'6)
Idyllic sought after location
Beautiful private gardens
No forward chain
Level walking distance to town centre
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Solicitors are specifically requested to verify the details of our sales particulars in the pre-contract enquiries, in particular the price, local and other searches, in the event of a sale.