Royston and Lund are pleased to bring to the market this well presented three bedroom detached bungalow in the highly sought after area of Compton Acres, West Bridgford. Situated on a cul de sac with off street parking to the front and a single integral garage, this home is offered to the market with no upward chain. In brief the property comprises an entrance hallway with built in storage, a generous lounge with feature fireplace, dining room and a stunning garden room with vaulted ceiling. There is an opening from the garden room that wraps back through the kitchen that benefits from an integrated double oven, fridge freezer, hob, extractor fan and a separate utility room with space for free standing appliances. The main bedroom benefits from ample built in wardrobe space, as well as an en-suite bathroom consisting of a bath, separate shower, WC and wash basin. There are two further bedrooms and a shower room. Towards the rear of the property there is an enclosed southerly facing landscaped garden with a patio area, lawn, mature shrubs, trees and fenced boundaries. West Bridgford, a delightful town in Nottinghamshire. It is celebrated for its rich heritage, picturesque parks, and vibrant community. It offers a perfect blend of historic charm and modern convenience. With beautiful green spaces like West Bridgford Park, Holme Pierrepont, Nottingham Forest and the iconic Trent Bridge Cricket Ground. The town's central avenue is lined with independent shops, cafes, and restaurants, making it a lively hub for local and international cuisine. The bi-weekly farmers' market at Bridgford Park is a beloved attraction, offering fresh produce and artisanal goods.
Please note that due to recent changes in the Government legislation laws any residential properties that have an EPC rating lower than a D will not legally be allowed to let from 2025 onwards. If you are purchasing a property as a buy-to-let investment that does have a current rating of a D, then please bear in mind the correct improvement/changes to the property will be compulsory from 2025.