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With property in the UKs seaside towns reported to have gained 25% in value in the last decade, any home around the coast has to be regarded as a sound investment – and this three-bedroom bungalow on a corner plot on the northern edge of Filey in North Yorkshire is no exception. With fewer being built, bungalows are holding their value well but additional features added to this property include a conservatory and easy-to-maintain gardens.
Access to the property is via an enclosed porch which leads through to the hallway which in turn connects to all the main rooms, save for the conservatory, which is accessed via space-saving sliding doors from the garden or through the kitchen. The two main bedrooms the master including in-built wardrobes – are to the right. A third room is currently being used as a dining room but could equally become a study, games room or third bedroom. A bright, modern kitchen to the left of the main hallway boasts ample storage space in both base and wall units, a metal sink with rinser and includes an L-shaped worktop area with integrated hob and oven, plumbing for a dishwasher and plenty of power sockets. The tiled bathroom is fitted with a white three-piece bathroom suite including Jacuzzi style bath and with power shower over while the spacious main reception room includes a feature fireplace.
Additional features include cavity wall and loft insulation, double glazing and a gas boiler with thermostat control heating radiators in all three bedrooms, as well as the main reception room.
Surrounded by an array of mature plants and shrubs, low walls and timber fencing, the generously-sized garden includes a large block-paved driveway offering parking for several vehicles/boat/caravan which leads to the integral single garage. Planted beds break up stone paving and pebbled areas overlooked from the conservatory, living room and kitchen windows. A timber shed offers storage space for tools, while the garden includes a barbecue area and a water butt which collects run-off from the roof.
A bus stop outside the property makes access to Filey town centre simple and convenient with the main train station, the long sandy beach, shops and supermarkets, pubs and restaurants including some of the best fish and chips in Yorkshire – just a short ride away. The larger Yorkshire seaside resorts of Scarborough and Bridlington are also within easy reach with the North York Moors and the RSPB reserve at Bempton Cliffs also a short drive away in the car.
In our opinion, this is an ideal property for a family, downsizers moving from a larger home or perhaps a retired couple expecting family visits to the spectacular Yorkshire coast. The size and layout of the property lends it versatility and we would recommend a viewing to fully appreciate the accommodation options offered.
LOUNGE: 16 8 (5.09m) x 12 (3.65m)
KITCHEN: 13 4 (4.06m) x 11 2 (3.4m)
BATHROOM: 8 12 (2.5m) x 5 5 (1.65m)
BEDROOM 1: 12 4 (3.75m) x 12 2 (3.71m)
BEDROOM 2: 1111 (3.64m) x 9 10 (2.99m)
BEDROOM 3 / DINING ROOM / STUDY: 10 11 (3.32m) x 8 4 (2.53m)
CONSERVATORY: 25 1 (7.64m) x 5 2 (1.57m)
GARAGE: 18 11 (5.77m) x 12 4 (3.76m)
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by Esale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.