2 Bedroom Bungalow - Detached Property for Sale

Barmpton Lane, Darlington

Offers In The Region Of £210,000
  • Bungalow - Detached
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • Haughton
  • At a glance

    • Added on: Sunday 9th June 2024
    • DOUBLE FRONTED DETACHED BUNGALOW
    • TWO BEDROOMS
    • OFFERING THE POTENTIAL TO IMPROVE
    • GARDEN & DRIVEWAY TO THE FRONT
    • LARGE REAR GARDEN
    • PRIVATE POSITION
    • REGULAR BUS SERVICES & EXCELLENT TRANSPORT LINKS
    • EPC RATING G

    Property Details

    Nestled within a private position on Barmpton Lane, this detached bungalow presents a wonderful opportunity for those seeking the opportunity to put their own stamp on their forever home. Boasting a traditional double frontage, this property has a versatile layout and features two bedrooms, and two reception rooms, kitchen and bathroom.

    The property will require a full refurbishment and offers the excitement of bringing the home up to date blending modern fixtures and fittings with the charm and character of the high ceilings and deep bay windows.

    One of the standout features of this property is the very large rear garden, providing a private oasis, mainly laid to lawn with established trees dappling the lawn.

    Situated in a private and desirable location, Barmpton Lane is well-connected to the town centre and beyond. With regular bus services and excellent transport links close by, commuting and exploring the area couldn't be more convenient having a host of local shops and a main stream supermarket on hand.

    Don't miss out on the chance to transform this charming bungalow into your dream home. Embrace the potential this property holds and make it your own.

    The property has partial double glazing and plumbed for central heating via a floor standing boiler.

    TENURE: Freehold
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    Reception Hallway

    The storm porch covers the original wooden front door which opens into the reception hallway. The hallway leads to all of the accommodation.


    Lounge

    A sizeable reception room with an open fire to the chimney breast and a large walk in bay window to the front aspect. High ceilings create a futher sense of space.


    Dining Room

    A formal dining room or second sitting room, again with a large walk in bay window to the front aspect and lovely high ceilings. There is also a brick feature fireplace to the chimney breast.


    Kitchen

    The kitchen has a run of cabinets with a sink unit, built in cupboard to an alcove and a floor standing gas boiler to the inset to the chimney breast. A door leads from the kitchen to a rear porch.


    Bedroom One

    The first of the two bedrooms, with the chimney breast in situ and overlooking the rear aspect.


    Bedroom Two

    A second bedroom over looking the rear aspect.


    Bathroom/wc

    Comprising of a coioured suite with bath, pedestal handbasin and WC.


    Rear Hallway

    A door from the hallway opens into a covered lean to which has a door opening onto the rear garden.


    Externally

    The property is screened by established hedging and is positioned at the end of a cul-de-sac making it quite private. The front garden is laid to lawn with a brick pathway meandering through to the entrance door. A paved driveway allows for off street parking for one car.

    There is access at the side of the property down into the rear garden which is of a very good size, and again mainly laid to lawn with mature trees. A brick built out building provides storage and there is also a timber shed.



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