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Guide Price at £500,000 to £525,000
A lovely Freehold 4 bedroom detached dormer bungalow situated on a highly sought-after road in Dore. Commanding an enviable position close to both the village and Blacka Moor. Light and airy space on two floors measuring 1,249 sq.ft. Features include a spacious lounge, a conservatory, 2 ground floor double bedrooms, a ground floor bathroom and two first floor bedrooms, one being a double room with an en-suite. Benefits from gas central heating run from a combination boiler and double glazing. Planning permission was granted earlier this year to re-configure some of the ground floor space and to extend into the roof space more, adding a larger rear dormer with a Juliet balcony, creating two spacious first floor double bedrooms, both with en-suites. The planning reference number is Ref; 19/04527/FUL. The sellers will provide all the plans and details if required. Outside, there are beautiful gardens and a driveway.
On the ground floor, there is an entrance lobby with a tiled floor, leading into a reception hall with a double fronted cloaks cupboard. The lounge is generous in size with a modern, light, and airy feel, having a front bay window and rear French doors, opening onto a garden terrace. There is focal stone fire surround with a gas point. A glass door leads into a conservatory, having a glass roof, French doors onto the garden terrace, a radiator, and an attractive garden outlook. The blinds are included within the sale. A door from the conservatory leads into a side entrance lobby/utility room, having fitted kitchen units, provision for some appliances, fitted units housing the electric consumer unit, and a front entrance door. The breakfast kitchen adjoins the lounge and is again a light and airy room having a rear bay window, a glass external door and a feature circular window. There are fitted kitchen units and splash-back tiling. Included within the sale is an integrated double oven, a gas hob, and an extractor. There is provision for other appliances, along with space for a table and chairs. The architect drawings propose removing the wall between the kitchen and the rear bedroom, creating a larger living kitchen.
There are two ground floor double bedrooms, the rear overlooking the lawned garden, the front having a bay window with a window seat with storage and a fitted wardrobe. The accommodation offers versatility as one room could be used as a formal dining room. Between the two bedrooms is a fully tiled bathroom with a white suite. Stairs from the reception hall rise to a first floor landing with a rear dormer window. To one side is a well-presented double bedroom with a front dormer window, a rear Velux window and a door into the en-suite bathroom. The fourth bedroom is currently a single bedroom with access into the roof space. The proposed plans include an exciting extension in this part of the property.
Outside, the property is set behind a beech hedge to provide privacy. A gated path leads to the front entrance door. The front garden is well-stocked, housing a variety of planting, creating a positive impression upon arrival. There is a driveway and a gated, side path, leading to the rear garden. The rear garden is beautifully kept, mainly laid with a lawn, finished with planted borders, offering seasonal colour, finished with a garden terrace for entertaining. The rear garden shed is included within the sale.
Newfield Crescent is an extremely popular road in Dore Village, well-served by a local community with shops and amenities, cafes, restaurants and pubs, highly regarded schools, public transport, recreational facilities and access to Dore Train Station, the city centre, hospitals, universities and the Peak District.