Reception Rooms: 2
A well-designed four bedroom detached bungalow sitting on a secluded plot, with an outlook over fields. The property has been well-maintained and the open-plan accommodation would be ideal for a family or retired couple. There is a wider than average garage, good parking and gardens, which surround the property. The bungalow is hidden from Gascoigne Lane and is approached down a drive in between two other properties. A five-bar gate opens to the driveway, where there is ample parking. A path leads to an enclosed porch and the front door, which opens to the entrance hall. On the left is the spacious sitting room, featuring a fireplace with surround and hearth, an attractive bow window, and French doors to the garden. Open plan to the sitting room is the dining room, which has windows overlooking the garden and a hatch to the kitchen. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of kitchen storage units and drawers, with granite worktops above and integrated cooker and fridge freezer. There is a breakfast bar and tiled flooring. A doorway leads through to the utility room, which has space and plumbing for appliances and a door to the outside.
The bedrooms and bathroom are off the entrance hall. At the far end of the hall is the principal bedroom, which has a built-in double wardrobe and en-suite shower room, with a white suite. Next door are two good double bedrooms, both of which have built-in double wardrobes. The fourth bedroom could double as a study. Lastly, there is a bathroom, with a white suite and P-shaped bath with shower above and glass screen.
Outside, the pretty garden offers a good deal of privacy and seclusion. It wraps around the bungalow on all four sides, with a vegetable garden, complete with well-defined rectangular beds and two small greenhouses, which are attached to the bungalow. There are some flower and shrub borders, a small pond, a path which goes all around the property, and a paved seating area with a view over the adjoining field.
Ropley is a sought after village where newcomers will be readily welcomed by the community and there is plenty of opportunity to join in with the multitude of local clubs and events should you wish to. It is a quiet village, but has easy access to the A31 and A32 which allow access to London, Winchester and the Midlands. Mainline rail access to London is from Petersfield and Alton. There is a good primary school in the village with a secondary school in nearby Alresford and sixth form education available in both Winchester and Alton.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 12′ 1" x 11′ 10" (3.70m x 3.63m)
UTILITY ROOM 8′ 10" x 4′ 8" (2.70m x 1.44m)
SITTING ROOM 24′ 1" x 14′ 0" (7.36m x 4.28m)
DINING ROOM 11′ 6" x 9′ 8" (3.53m x 2.96m)
BEDROOM ONE 13′ 6" x 11′ 10" (4.13m x 3.63m)
BEDROOM TWO 15′ 5" x 9′ 10" (4.70m x 3.00m)
BEDROOM THREE 11′ 10" x 10′ 5" (3.63m x 3.18m)
STUDY/BEDROOM FOUR 10′ 11" x 8′ 0" (3.34m x 2.45m)
BATHROOM 8′ 0" x 6′ 3" (2.46m x 1.91m)
GARAGE 16′ 6" x 12′ 7" (5.04m x 3.86m)
SERVICES Mains water and electricity. LPG central heating. Private drainage system.
LOCAL AUTHORITY INFORMATION East Hampshire District Council
Council Tax Band: F