Rose Bungalow, Snape, Bedale

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
DESCRIPTION A bright and airy hallway welcomes you into this refurbished detached bungalow. The sitting room has a lovely open fire with wooden surround and a stone inset and hearth with a large double glazed window to the front. The kitchen is to the rear and looks out over the rear gardens and has a range of shaker style wall and base units with a worksurface over, an induction hob with an extractor hood over and an electric oven and grill under. There is space for a washing machine and under counter fridge plus a useful larder cupboard and a door opening to the rear.

The two bedrooms are both excellent double rooms with Bedroom two to the front and Bedroom one to the rear looking over the rear garden. The house bathroom has a modern 'p' shaped bath with fixed and hand held shower heads plus a hinged screen. There is also a low level w.c and wash basin set into a vanity unit plus a chrome ladder style heated towel rail and mainly tiled walls.

Outside to the front there is a lawned garden with a walled boundary and central paved path to the front door, a hard standing driveway in front of the attached garage providing off street parking. The garage itself has an up and over door, light and power points and a personal door to the rear and window to the side.

The large rear gardens are in need of landscaping and have fenced and hedged boundaries with a range of inset mature trees and shrubs.

Agent Notes

1. At the bottom of the garden is the beck which to the owners knowledge has not caused flooding to the property itself.

2. There is an oil fired heating system installed by the current owners including a new boiler and tank situated to the rear of the property.

LOCATION Snape is village in the Hambleton district of North

Yorkshire, located about 3 miles south of Bedale

and 3 miles west of the A1M. There is a local Deli

shop, Village Hall, Primary School and Pub.

The village has many historic connections. It was

the site of a Roman villa, and had a connection to

the mother and wife of Richard III. Snape Castle

was the residence of Catherine Parr and her

husband, John Neville, 3rd Baron Latimer, before

she became the sixth wife of King Henry VIII. It also

had an involvement in the Pilgrimage of Grace in

1536, when Catherine Parr and her step-children

were held captive at the castle. Snape castle was

originally built c. 1430 and was later divided into two

domestic premises before being reunited as one

home in 2003.

01677 988029

Norman F Brown - Bedale

6 Bridge Street, Bedale, North Yorkshire

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