- Two bedroom semi-detached bungalow
- Large wrap around garden to three sides
- Ideal developers opportunity
- Electric central heating and immersion tank
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
Westwinds is a small development at the side of the A39 at Otterham Station. This is a semi-detached two bedroom bungalow with, by far, the largest garden on the development.
Westwinds is a small development at the side of the A39 at Otterham Station. No. 8 is a semi-detached two bedroom bungalow with, by far, the largest garden on the development.
Otterham Station is a small hamlet about 5 minutes from Camelford on the A39 and about 20 minutes from Bude. A mixture of small developments and farmland with easy access onto the Atlantic highway.
This is a very interesting bungalow in as much as, when you walk around it, your first impression is that there is plenty of room for internal development. With large hall cupboards, built in wardrobes, and dead space in the hallway, bedroom two floor space could be increased dramatically. Or, take the cupboards out of bedroom one and swap the usage to be the lounge.. In short, with a little imagination, you could do wonders with the internal structure of the bungalow. With the large garden there is also scope to extend to the side and/or the rear.
When you arrive at Westwinds, you pull into a gravelled car parking area with plenty of room for all the residents. From the carpark you enter through a wooden hand gate and along a terraced row of houses to the left. About 50 feet along the pathway you turn right onto a pathway and walk along to the end where number 8 is located. A footpath leads to a small storm porch with a glazed uPVC door which leads into:
An ‘L’ shaped hallway with doors leading off to all accommodation. Electric, central heating radiator on the wall and the electric consumer unit high on the wall just inside the doorway. There is a large loft hatch which is fitted with a wooden loft ladder. The loft has been boarded and insulated and has the potential for development. There is a very large cupboard and a further cupboard housing the immersion water tank.
A nice bright room with a dual aspect. Windows are to the front and side. A brick built, working, fireplace is central to the internal wall. A large hatch with sliding glass panels opens into the kitchen. This wall could be easily removed to create a large open plan Lounge/Dining/Kitchen room.
This is a good sized space. Again, dual aspect windows to the rear and side. A range of wall and base units with roll top work surfaces. Single bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap. uPVC glazed back door to the garden. Tiled walls. There is room for all utilities with the appropriate plumbing.
Good sized double room with a window to the front aspect. Large built-in wardrobe to the rear.
A bright single room with a high level window to the rear aspect.
Set up as a wet room with non-slip flooring. Shower gates to the side and rear with an electric Mira shower to the side wall. Low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin to the rear wall with defused window above.
A remarkably large garden which is mainly laid to lawn and bordered by hedging and shrubs. There is a gate giving access to the A39 although planning would need to be sought before using as a driveway. To the rear of the bungalow is a small greenhouse. The size of this garden offers the potential to extend the property to the side with appropriate planning.
The word that springs to mind with this property is ‘potential’. Even within the existing footprint there are so many options; Upgrade it as it is, create a larger second bedroom, open plan the kitchen and lounge, extend into the loft, or completely reconfigure to your taste. Outside you have the potential to extend to the side, expanding the lounge and kitchen, or the rear to create a larger bathroom and second bedroom.. The options are endless with this property and well worth a viewing. Call us now to get booked in!
Mains Drainage and electricity. Telephone and broadband.