A delightful detached two bedroom bungalow built C1930s having been cleverly configurated into this versatile family home and retaining many original features. The property is situated in a popular private residential road elevated above the village of Ynsystawe, just a short drive to the M4 motorway junction and ideally located for the City of Swansea and with Morriston Hospital just a short 15 minute drive, and conveniently situated for Ynsystawe Primary School.
Viewing of this charming family home is highly recommended to appreciate both the character and location and arrangements are strictly by appointment.
Entrance Hall: uPVC double glazed door, decorative tiled floor, radiator doors leading to:
Master Bedroom: uPVC double glazed bay window to front elevation, radiator, opening to:
Dressing Room: Spacious dressing area, with ample hanging space and dressing area.
Open Plan Lounge: uPVC double glazed bay window to front with open countryside views. Feature marble fireplace living flame electric fire set within. uPVC window to side elevation. Picture rail, radiator. Decorative open shelving opening into:
Open Plan Kitchen / Diner: A delightful contemporary kitchen with range of base and wall units, decorative features and inset dishwasher, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Space for larder fridge freezer. Breakfast bar at far end of kitchen. Ample larder storage units. Tall built in double oven, laminate worksurface with inset ceramic hob and extractor over, built under soft close drawers. One and half bowl composite sink unit with drainer to side.
Side Porch: Timber glazed door with access to rear garden, generous amount of shelving, and storage.
Bathroom: Well-appointed with uPVC windows to rear elevation. Fully tiled walls and floor. Feature slipper bath with chrome freestanding tap and shower attachment. Pedestal Wash hand basin with feature porthole mirror above, low level WC. Fully glazed shower unit with chrome swan neck rainfall shower. Two chrome heated towel rails.
Conservatory: Of uPVC construction currently used as office space with door to rear garden.
Stairs to first floor:
Bedroom: Spacious attic room with Velux window to front and two Velux windows to rear. Ample eaves storage space and cupboard housing combination gas boiler.
External the front of the property is accessed via a concrete ramp leading to side entrance and front of property. Driveway parking and raised shingle garden bed with mature shrubs and palm tree furnish the font of the property. The rear garden has been terraced to accommodate neatly raised beds and patio areas, ideal for alfresco entertaining. There is also the benefit of garage storage.
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EPC rating: D.