Ashdown is a self-built 1940s bungalow which has been in the family since new. It is quietly located opposite fields on Greenlands Lane and sits on a generous plot surrounded by mature trees and hedging. There is ample scope for remodelling and extension (STPP).
On entering the bungalow there are front aspect bedrooms either side of the central hallway, both with fitted wardrobes. The kitchen/diner is at the rear of the property and is fitted with a neutral range of beech effect units with space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for a fridge freezer plus an integrated ceramic hob and fan oven. There is an airing cupboard hidden behind the door from the hallway and a dining area suitable for a table on the opposite side of the door to the kitchen. A door from the kitchen leads outside to a covered car port.
The double aspect sitting room is opposite the kitchen and has a French door to the garden and built-in storage. The family bathroom is fitted with a quadrant shower unit, vanity basin and W.C.
The loft has been fitted with a dormer window ideal for a loft extension but there is no staircase; access is via a loft ladder.
Outside the gardens are level and enclosed with a combination of shrub and flower beds and vegetable/fruit beds plus mature trees. A keen gardener will thoroughly enjoy bringing the garden back to its former glory. The house is set well back from the road behind mature shrubs and trees. There is an area of lawn with raised beds and a concrete driveway leads past the house to a detached timber garage at the rear.