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In the heart of the Broom Estate just along from the Broom Lake. An exceptional and carefully extended period home now of seven principal apartments, contemporary presentation throughout. Presented to show house standard and expertly extended over two storeys.
This delightful home in prestigious locale although of bungalow design provides a spaciousness normally associated with traditional villas. All amidst totally level and well stocked gardens which offer excellent privacy at rear.
Main reception hall at over 20ft x 13ft gives an indication of spaciousness. Principal sitting room and extended dining room will impress. Patio doors, direct to decking, from bedroom five currently a play room. Further bay windowed double bedroom. Beautifully appointed and extended kitchen/diner with Corian worktops, window seat dining area, six burner Smeg Stove and integrated Siemens appliances. Over seven foot utility room with garden access. Fully tiled contemporary bathroom with power shower. Large window areas ensure stairway and upper hallway are appealing and bright. Well crafted master suite with bedroom boasting wardrobes and near 6ft clothes store. En-suite with superb fitments and full width windows. House bathroom also to bespoke standard. Further double bedroom also with stores. Double glazing and gas fired central heating. Rear gardens have been well planned and stocked and back onto Ash, Elder and Fir trees. Substantial garaging with light and power. EER Band E
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