2 Bedroom Detached Bungalow for sale in Murcott Lane, Crudwell
Positioned on the rural edge of Crudwell, a link-detached bungalow which has been recently updated and refurbished offering 'move in ready' 2 bedroom accommodation with further scope for an attic conversion.
- Link-Detached Bungalow
- Recently Refurbished & Updated
- Scope for attic conversion
- 2 Bedrooms
- Stylish Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room
- Modern Wet Room
- Living Room with fireplace
- Private Parking for 2 cars
- Front & Rear Gardens
- Popular edge of village location
DESCRIPTION Downs View is a very well-presented link-detached bungalow set on the rural edge of sought-after village of Crudwell. The property is presented to be move in ready having been recently refurbished benefitting from new carpets, flooring, replastering throughout, a stylish new kitchen and re-fitted wet room style bathroom. Arranged over the ground floor, the accommodation extends in all to just under 1,000 sq.ft. whilst there is a further attic room complete with dormer window which offers ample scope for a loft conversion subject to planning.
The internal layout include two front rooms comprising a living room and principal bedroom both featuring large bay windows. The living room boasts an open fireplace. To the rear, there is an excellent open plan kitchen/dining room which has been upgraded with a range of stylish cream gloss units, integral appliances and built-in breakfast bar. Sliding doors from the dining room opens to the garden whilst to the side there is a utility room with WC and rear access. Completing the accommodation, there is a further bedroom alongside the modern wet room.
Downs View benefits from private parking for two vehicles within a tarmacked bay at the front. There is a small front garden setting the property back from the lane, whilst the rear garden offers a good degree of privacy laid mostly to lawn with well-established shrubs and is fully enclosed.
SITUATION Crudwell is situated between Cirencester and Malmesbury and has a strong community spirit, a sought-after primary school, a charming Grade I listed medieval church, an active village hall with a Pre-school, Play Group, Scouts, Girl Guides and tennis club. The village has a Post Office counter and has an enviable reputation amongst food lovers as The Potting Shed, was 'Pub of the Year 2012'. There is excellent shopping available locally in Cirencester and Malmesbury. Both have good Secondary Schools and Cirencester has a higher educational college and nearby the famous Royal Agricultural College (now University). Many residents commute to either London or Bristol with only a short drive to Junction 17 of the M4 whilst Kemble Station is about 4 miles which has a frequent service to both London Paddington and Cheltenham.
TENURE & SERVICES We understand the property is Freehold with oil central heating, LPG for the hob, mains drainage and water.