Photo 1
Photo 2
Photo 5
Photo 9
Photo 8
Photo 7

A well sought-after three-bedroom detached bungalow in the heart of Brampton within walking distance to local amenities. The residence boasts a large family room naturally well-lit with a large bay window to the front aspect, three double bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and separate WC. Outside is a single garage and to the rear a well-proportioned garden mostly laid to lawn.

Entrance Hallway

Storage cupboards and doors to:


Lounge

Patio doors to the rear garden. Large window to side aspect with feature fireplace.


Kitchen

A matching range of base and eye level units with worktop over and inset sink drainer. Two large tall standing cupboards, one with boiler. Built in oven, hob and extractor fan. Window to rear aspect. Door to side aspect.


Master bedroom

Built in wardrobes. Separate WC. Radiator and window to front aspect.


Bedroom Two

Mirrored fitted wardrobes. Radiator and window to side aspect.


Bedroom Three

Radiator and window to side aspect.


Bathroom

A well-proportioned Three-piece white suite with low-level WC, panel bath with shower over and window to side aspect.


Garage

Window and pedestrian door to the rear aspect. Up and over doors to front. Power and lighting.


Externally

To the front a large driveway with parking for up to 2 cars leading to the garage and a mostly laid to lawn area to one side. To the rear a spacious garden mostly laid to lawn.


Location

The picturesque village of Brampton lies a couple of miles south-west of the market town of Huntingdon, in Cambridgeshire. The village is bordered by the River Ouse to the east and Brampton Wood to the west. Today, Brampton is a thriving community, combining historic charm with modern appeal. Independent shops accompany a variety of high street retailers, and the village benefits from its own convenience store, off license, garden centre, and a range of amenities, including dentist, post office and estate agents. The village is well served educationally, with a nursery, pre-school, infant and junior schools, and secondary education and sixth form provided at Hinchingbrooke School or St Peter’s in Huntingdon. Leisure facilities include the Memorial Centre Playing Fields, which offers football and cricket, a children’s play area, picnic site and skate park. The village has its own Golf Club as well as many other sports and societies for all ages. The internationally renowned Huntingdon Racecourse is a fixture on the National Hunt Race Calendar and attracts many visitors to the area.


loading...
Free Instant Online Valuation