Property Spotlight: Open-plan family living with sea views

PUBLISHED: 17:21 05 October 2020 | UPDATED: 13:03 07 October 2020

The huge drive leads to the front of the bungalow.

The huge drive leads to the front of the bungalow.

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A stunning three/four bedroom detached house with sea views, which has been fully modernised with an open-plan living area being the focal point of the family home.

The garden can be enjoyed from the inside via stunning bi-fold doors.The garden can be enjoyed from the inside via stunning bi-fold doors.

The current owners have also added air conditioning and a detached garden office as part of the refurbishment.

The property is situated on a generous plot, with the accommodation comprising an entrance hall, living room, playroom/bedroom, kitchen-dining room, utility room, bathroom and a bedroom with patio doors on the ground floor.

The hallway features Karndean flooring, as does the beautifully-designed kitchen-diner-family room, which has full-length, aluminium bi-folding doors, with fitted-blinds, leading to the back garden, matching side-window, a skylight, units with granite worktops, a Bosch gas hob with extractor, integral Bosch double-oven and Smeg dishwasher. The first floor has another two bedrooms, a shower room and a walk-in wardrobe.

Outside, there is an enclosed garden at the back, with lawn and large patio and the office with under-floor heating. There is ample parking and a double garage at the front.

A 'wow factor' can certainly be experienced when entering the kitchen.A 'wow factor' can certainly be experienced when entering the kitchen.

PROPERTY FACTS

Guide Price: £700,000

The large lawn and bi-folding doors at the back of the property.The large lawn and bi-folding doors at the back of the property.

Location: Down Road, Portishead 
Agent: Hunters, 
01275 600025

www.hunters.com


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