4 Bedroom Detached Bungalow For Sale
If you're looking for a new home, then why not consider a new build? Here we find a property which has only just been signed off, it's arguably buying a brand new home.
44 Highstock Lane's current inhabitants have put their mark on this property ensuring they only used high-quality materials. With extra high ceilings, well-proportioned rooms and superb views - this bungalow is ready to move into right away and make your home.
From the moment you turn into the drive, the sense of space is abundant straight away. From there, open the front door, step inside into an extra-wide hallway and realise that both the aforementioned driveway and hallway really sets the tone of impressive things to follow.
From entering, we head straight to the rear of the property where the hub, or heart, of this family home resides. You're greeted by an open plan kitchen/dining area which effortlessly feeds you into the living room via an open access point.
For those who love to cook and entertain, then feel spoilt in this kitchen area; centred around an impressive kitchen island - with quartz worktops, a butler sink and a convenient breakfast bar. It's an ideal space to be able to easily cook and entertain, meaning any host can still feel a part of an evening's chatter.
The sitting room is, itself, as well-appointed. This room is flooded with natural light and feels a cosy and comfy space, which would only be enhanced with the addition of a log burner - a space to happily retreat to at the end of a busy day.
All four bedrooms are really good sized doubles, with one currently being used as an office.
Two of the bedrooms benefit from built-in wardrobes whilst the principal bedroom has a well-appointed en-suite shower room.
The internal space is finished off with an elegant family bathroom and the ever-functional utility room.
The outside space is very generous, especially for a new build. To the front, the gravel driveway provides ample parking and leads to the garage.
The rear garden is fully enclosed and an ideal canvas for someone to make their own. The large patio and bi-fold doors helps make another seamless transition, this time from in to the out - creating a perfect space to benefit from good weather. The rest of the garden is laid to lawn.
The home sits of the edge of this executive street and benefits from shade provided by the matured trees next door.
A superb family home, the ideal single story living which does not compromise on space. To really appreciate all that's on offer here, viewing this bungalow is a must.
GEDNEY HILL With a name deriving from island of Gaeda in old English, Gedney Hill is a village in the South Holland district of Lincolnshire.
The village has a Grade II listed Anglican parish church which is dedicated to the Holy Trinity and dates beck to the last 14th century, where it was heavily restored by James Fowler - a Victorian architect.
At least two further Grade II listed building area in the village: Gedney Hill Mill and the Red Lion public house.
The village is home to a former train station, French Dove and Gedney Hill. Once part of the Northern and Great Eastern Joint Railway, the line ran between Spalding and March. Originally it open in 1867 and closed to passengers in 1961, before closing permanently three years later.
The village also has the ideal spot for the sport people among us; Gedney Hill Golf Club. The course is home to the longest par five in The Fens.
For those with young children, the village also has its own primary school - Gedney Hill Church of England Primary school.
The "Capital of the Fens" Wisbech is only 11 miles away. The attractive and historic market town of Wisbech is renowned for its elegant Georgian architecture. The town has an abundance of amenities to offer, such as a theatre, swimming pool, library, good schools and the Horsefair Shopping Centre. Browse the shops or visit the market on a Thursday or Saturday with a wide range of traders offering with locally grown produce and plants.
Explore the surroundings by taking a leisurely walk through the tranquil gardens in the heart of the town centre, which has been awarded a commendation award for Innovation for its links to the town's Merchant Trail. The Merchant's trail shares the history of the many famous characters of the town, telling the story of how Wisbech became one of the most prosperous ports in the country during the 18th and 19th centuries.
SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water and electricity. Drainage to treatment plant. Central heating via an air source heat pump.
COUNCIL TAX Band D.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING C. Ref:- 2476-3019-5308-7282-5204
To retrieve the Energy Performance Certificate for this property please visit https://find-energy-certificate.digital.communities.gov.uk/find-a-certificate/search-by-reference-number and enter in the reference number above. Alternatively, the full certificate can be obtained through Sowerbys.
PROPERTY REFERENCE 40215.
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