Offers In Region Of £339,995

3 bed Bungalow for sale in The Village, Skelton, York


Key Features

  • Three double bedrooms
  • Recently refurbished
  • Garage & driveway
  • Ample off street parking
  • Popular village location
  • Close to local village store
  • Superb transport links
  • Easy maintenance exterior
Having been refurbished by the current owners to provide spacious and modern accommodation, this 1960s bungalow is unrecognisable from its original self. From re wiring to a new central heating system and re designing the kitchen, reception space and the bathroom, a great deal of consideration and attention has gone into this property. Standing within one of the most sought after areas in the village, just a stone throw from the picturesque village green, number 3 The Village is conveniently placed for the amenities of the village and the city centre beyond.

Walking up the sweeping driveway to the property, the composite front entrance door leads into large, central hallway from where every room can be accessed. A large hall cupboard provides both cloakroom storage space and linen storage. Throughout, the internal doors have been replaced with modern, oak effect doors, another example of high quality finish to the property.

Through one such door, and situated to the front of the property, the lounge is a bright and airy reception room thanks to two large windows overlooking the front garden and driveway. A modern pale stone fireplace and hearth stands central to the room, with a cast iron coal effect gas fire set within.

Re designed to create a kitchen diner, the kitchen is fitted with a range of modern, high gloss wall and base units with contrasting work tops over. The carefully considered storage includes a full length storage cupboard, ideal for cleaning and laundry items, a sliding pantry cupboard and deep pan drawers beneath the hob. Integral appliances include the 5 ring Bosch gas hob with matching extractor hood and eye level Bosch electric oven and grill. Space is provided for under counter washer, tumble dryer, dishwasher and a full height fridge freezer.

To the dining end of the kitchen, a timber work bench is fitted to create a modern, dual working space, ideal for a home office. Space is provided for a dining table beneath the window overlooking the front garden. An external door to the side of the property provides access to the rear garden.

To the other side of the hallway, the bedrooms stand together with the bathroom and WC. The spacious, master bedroom benefits from dual aspect windows and is fitted with modern, oak effect wardrobes and complimentary shelving.

Bedroom two, located to the rear of the property is also a good sized double with ample space available for bedroom furniture. Bedroom three, the third double, is also located to the rear of the property overlooking the garden, and is fitted with a range of modern furniture and benefits from a porcelain sink unit with storage beneath. A feature carried over from the property as it originally stood, it works well within a guest room and the bedroom is handily positioned next to the separate WC.

The low level WC is built into an oak effect unit with contrasting work top over and an opaque window to the side aspect is fitted above.

The re- designed house shower room has created a more useable space by removing the original bath and allowing for a double sized shower unit. The shower room also comprises a low level WC and hand basin fitted into oak effect vanity unit which compliments the separate WC. Stone effect tile splash backs are fitted above the vanity unit and Mermaid boarding to the shower unit is a modern and practical choice.

Externally, the gardens have seen the same transformation as the rest of the property. Disposing of dated and well-worn paving and borders the result is well presented and easy to maintain.

The sweeping, resin driveway offers parking for several cars and leads to the single, integral garage and front door. A well- presented, lawned garden stands to the front of the property with borders of mature plants and shrubs. A timber pedestrian gate leads down the side of the property, giving access to the rear garden and rear entrance door to the kitchen.

The rear garden is also laid with resin, creating a low maintenance area which will continue to look good in years to come. Raised beds to the side are planted with shrubs and artificial grass is laid in places, giving colour without the maintenance. A raised stone patio stands to the corner of the garden to capture the late afternoon and evening sun and benefits from a timber cover.

The single garage is fitted with one and two thirds side hinged doors with an additional uPVC door to the rear giving access to the rear garden, alongside a uPVC window. The garage benefits from power and light and handy storage space to the loft.

Stamp Duty Due *

Based on a sale price of £339,995 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:


What is Stamp Duty and how is it calculated?

* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.

Further Details

  • Status: Available
  • Reference: 103303000580