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You wouldn't even know it was there! Quietly tucked away out of sight, yet close to the centre of town, offering a 5 bedroom house and has potential for an annex.
Oak Lodge is a nicely tucked away, accessed along a little lane just off Park Road.
The property was built about 11 years ago by a local builder and as the name suggests, a good deal of Oak was used in the build. The owner is now embarking on another project and is offering the house with No Onward Chain.
From the town centre, head towards Peoples Park (North) and just after Belmont Road (on the right), you will see a little lane on your right. The house is tucked away at the end of this lane and is a surprisingly quiet and peaceful position. The house itself offers comfortable accommodation, and a one bedroom annex on the ground floor, which has utilised the majority of the converted garage, utility room and study, to form a ground floor annex.
An attractive storm porch, leads into the entrance hall which has a coats cupboard and stairs to the first floor. To the right is the sitting room and straight ahead is the kitchen. The sitting room is a pleasant room with an attractive fireplace with an inset wood burning stove. Glazed double doors open to the dining area of the kitchen, from where there are glazed double doors to the rear garden, so plenty of light is drawn through to the sitting room.
The kitchen dining room is a lovely room, with granite work surfaces, a central island unit and solid oak base and wall units. This really is a good solid kitchen. There is plenty of space at the dining end and as previously mentioned, doors lead out to the garden. A door from the kitchen leads through to an area that would be very suitable for an annex. Originally this area comprised a utility room, a cloakroom, study and integral garage. The majority of the garage has been converted into a ground floor bedroom with a shower cubicle to one corner.
Upstairs, a spacious landing gives access to four double bedrooms, a single bedroom and the bathroom. The largest double bedroom has an en-suite shower room.
Outside, a five bar gate opens to a large parking area and the majority of the lawned garden lies to the front and side of the property, both of which are very private. Accessible from the French doors in the dining room, a patio with a wisteria covered gazebo, provides a beautifully shaded area - much needed in a hot summer - and a sheltered area for relaxing evenings. To the side of the house is a large timber garage, with a further timber store behind.
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage.
From the northern exit of the market car park, turn right onto Newport Street. Turn left at the end into Bampton Street, pass Belmont Road on your right and just beyond this, you will see the entrance of the lane on your right.