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Guide Price at £575,000 to £600,000.
A fabulous, extended and beautifully presented 4 bedroom and 3 bathroom detached bungalow. Built in 1920, finished to the highest of standards, offering deceptively spacious accommodation, measuring an impressive 2,275 sq.ft including the garden studio. Retains period features, sympathetically enhanced over the years to create a stunning interior with a light and airy feel. Features include an extended bespoke fitted kitchen, a stunning orangery, a study, 2 double bedrooms with dressing rooms and en-suites, two further bedrooms, manicured landscaped gardens, and a garden office/studio. Benefits from gas central heating, some under-floor heating, double glazing, an integrated Sonos entertainment system, a security alarm and CCTV. There is potential to convert a spacious loft to create additional bedrooms and bathrooms, subject to any necessary consents. No chain. Freehold.
An arched front entrance door opens into an entrance lobby with a tiled floor, partially tiled walls, and an inner door with feature stained glass, opening into the reception hall. The reception hall has an oak floor, numerous period features complemented by Farrow & Ball painted walls, along with a fitted unit housing the Sonos entertainment system. The front bay window lounge has neutral tones, an oak floor, dual aspect windows with wood shutter blinds and a focal coal gas fire and surround. The extended kitchen has bespoke hand painted, fitted units finished with granite work-surfaces, grey brick shaped splash-back tiling and a stylish tiled effect floor finish. Two Velux windows create natural light. Included within the sale is two integrated single ovens, one being a dual oven/microwave oven, a gas hob with an extractor above, a dishwasher and a built-in fridge. There is plumbing and space for a washing machine. A glazed panel door leads into a rear extension creating a study area with a lovely garden outlook. There is a Limestone tiled floor, leading through glazed French doors into the orangery. The orangery would be fitting on a magazine cover, finished to the highest of standards, being generous in size, creating the hub of the home, for all seasons. Constructed with hardwood double glazed units with French doors onto the garden, having a glass lantern roof with remote control windows and blinds. Internally, the Limestone floor flows from the study area, complemented by Borrowed Light Farrow & Ball coloured walls, finished with four radiators in fitted cabinets. This section of the bungalow is finished with a side storeroom/utility with space for further appliances, fitted shelving and front and rear entrance doors.
The master bedroom is a lovely double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a door into a dressing room, which has a Limestone tiled floor, a front window with a fitted shutter blind and a Velux window for additional natural light. The en-suite has a modern suite with Limestone tiling to the floor and walls, a double shower enclosure, a wash basin, WC, and bidet. There are two further double bedrooms, both beautifully presented, one having a dressing room and a modern en-suite shower room. The fourth bedroom is currently used as a home office with a range of fitted furniture. The accommodation is completed with a fully tiled shower room, having under-floor heating, a shower/steam room, a range of fitted units, a wash basin and WC.
Outside, there is a landscaped front garden with an array of planting, block-paved and flagged paths, and terraces, along with two York stone flagged driveways. At the rear, there is a wonderful garden with a lawn, a central pond with a fountain, surrounded by mature borders to provide seasonal colour. Hedging provides privacy. Lighting creates a pleasant setting in an evening, ideal when entertaining. Finishing touches include a pergola with Wisteria, a potting shed, a brick store, which houses the boiler, and a Cedar garden office/studio. The latter has a living roof, power, lighting, an alarm, and offers versatility.
Barnet Road is an extremely popular road, well-placed for local shops and amenities at Bents Green, highly regarded local schools, recreational facilities, public transport, and access to the city centre, hospitals, universities, and the Peak District.