A superb and beautifully presented four bedroom semi-detached chalet bungalow, located only a short distance from the village centre and sea front. Constructed in 2007 with colour washed rendered elevations under an interlocking tiled roof, the property has a wealth of attractive features including; oak flooring and doors, two en-suite bedrooms, stylish bathrooms and a fitted kitchen. The gardens have been landscaped and there is ample on site vehicle parking. The property also benefits from gas fired central heating, double glazing and has pleasing outward rural views.
The accommodation includes; L-shaped living dining room and kitchen, utility room and en-suite bedroom on the ground floor, with the first floor comprising three bedrooms, second bedroom with en-suite and a family bathroom.
A superb and beautifully presented four bedroom semi-detached chalet bungalow, located only a short distance from the village centre and sea front.
Property ref: 219_483_4760538
Oak front door with double glazed window to side provides attractive views to the fields surrounding Beer to:-
Easy rising stairs to first floor. Wall light point. Cast iron radiator. Attractive oak floor. Under stairs storage space. Oak door to:-
White suite comprising; close-coupled WC with co-ordinating seat and pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps and mosaic splashback tiling. Radiator. Extraction. Downlighters to ceiling. Oak floor. Further oak doors off to:-
11' 5" x 11' 1" (3.48m x 3.38m).
uPVC double glazed window to front provides lovely panoramic views over the village to the surrounding fields and woods. Three wall light points. Radiator. Curtained archway to wardrobe alcove with hanging rail and shelf. Oak door to:-
En-Suite Shower Room
uPVC obscure glazed window to side. Stylishly fitted with white suite comprising; close-coupled WC with co-ordinating seat, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps with mosaic splashback tiling and large walk-in shower cubicle with glazed bi-fold doors, thermostatic shower and full tiling. Wall mounted mirror with shelf under and shaver light over. Downlighters to ceiling with extraction. Radiator. Karndean wood effect floor.
Returning to entrance hall, further oak door to:-
28' 1" x 11' 7" (8.56m x 3.53m).
Dual aspect. uPVC double glazed window to front provides attractive panoramic views over the village of Beer and the surrounding hills and woods. uPVC double glazed patio doors with matching side windows and further uPVC window gives access to rear garden and attractive garden views. Five wall light points. Two cast iron radiators. Most attractive oak floor. The living/dining room opens up through to:-
18' 9" x 9' (5.72m x 2.74m).
uPVC double glazed window to side provides most attractive distant rural views. The kitchen has been attractively fitted to three sides with a range of matching wall and base units, with high gloss white laminate door and drawer fronts with stainless steel handles. U-shaped run of granite effect roll edge laminate worksurface extended towards the dining area to provide a breakfast bar. Inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer with chrome mixer tap. Extensive range of cupboards and drawers beneath including built-under dishwasher and built-under refrigerator. Inset space with New World stainless steel range cooker with five ring gas hob and double oven beneath. Co-ordinating splashback tiling with stainless steel splashback behind range cooker with glass stainless steel extraction over. Matching range of wall cupboards above. Downlighters to ceiling. Oak floor. Oak door through to:-
12' 1" x 6' (3.68m x 1.83m).
uPVC double glazed window to rear giving attractive garden views. uPVC half glazed door to side giving access to utility storage area, rear garden and parking spaces. Utility area has been fitted with a matching range of units to the kitchen with high gloss white laminate doors with stainless steel handles. L-shaped run of granite effect roll edge laminate worksurface with inset single bowl stainless steel sink and drainer with chrome mixer tap. Range of cupboards beneath including under counter space for refrigerator or freezer. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Splashback tiling. Full height storage cupboard. Wall mounted Worcester Bosch condensing gas fired boiler for central heating and hot water. Honeywell programmer for central heating and hot water. Downlighters to ceiling. Access to roof space and high pressure hot water system. Consumer control unit. Oak floor.
Returning to entrance hall, stairs to:-
Hatch to roof space. Velux roof light. Two wall light points. Oak doors off to:-
18' 8" x 9' 4" (5.69m x 2.84m) max. part restricted ceiling height.
uPVC double glazed dormer window to front provides most attractive views over Beer and to the surrounding hills and woods. Three wall light points. Oak door to:-
Velux roof light. Stylishly fitted white suite comprising; bowl on stand with chrome mixer tap and mosaic splashback tiling, concealed flush WC with co-ordinating seat and corner entry shower cubicle with glazed shower doors, thermostatic shower and full splashback tiling. Wall mounted mirror with shelf and shaver light over. Radiator. Karndean floor.
11' 4" into wardrobe alcove x 9' (3.45m x 2.74m).
uPVC double glazed window to rear giving attractive garden views. Two wall light points. Radiator.
10' 2" x 7' 3" (3.10m x 2.21m) max. part restricted ceiling height.
Velux roof light to side giving most attractive distant rural views. Two wall light points. Radiator.
Velux roof light to rear. Stylishly fitted white suite comprising; large panel bath with chrome mixer tap, close-coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps and shower cubicle with glazed shower door and thermostatic shower. Full tiling to shower and splashback tiling to sink and bath areas. Wall mounted mirror with shaver light over. Downlighters to ceiling. Radiator. Karndean floor.
The property has pedestrian access from Barline via steps and a gravelled path which leads up to the entrance drive and front door.
The front garden is retained at a higher level by a colour washed rendered wall with contrasting coping with an attractive flower and shrub border fronting an area of lawn. The entrance drive is bordered by attractive flint walls and edged with established shrubs. Vehicle access is gained from Mare Lane onto the wide tarmac entrance drive, which provides vehicle parking in addition to the gravelled secondary parking area with space for a garage, subject to the usual consents. To the rear of this parking area, a paved path gives access to the side and rear garden via a wooden pedestrian gate.
The rear garden has been attractively landscaped and features an extensive paved patio running the width of the property, which returns round to the utility room door and gate to parking area. The patio is accessed directly from the living room and offers an excellent degree of privacy and is south and west facing and provides an ideal sun trap and entertaining space.
The garden has been attractively terraced on two levels and is retained by colour washed rendered walls with contrasting coping and attractively planted at the edge with numerous specimen shrubs. The first level comprises a good sized area of lawn and clothes drying space. Steps rise up to a second area of lawn where the retaining wall is again edged with specimen shrubs. At the top of the garden is a timber garden shed and also offers most attractive outward views over the fields surrounding Beer. There is a gate giving pedestrian access into Mare Lane.
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