* An immaculately presented 3-bedroom detached bungalow, refurbished to a high standard throughout with a new single-storey extension to create a superb modern home. Includes a stunning, open-plan contemporary kitchen and living space, with bi-folding doors * Hall * Wonderful open-plan kitchen, living, and dining space with bi-folding doors to garden * Master bedroom with en suite * Two further double bedrooms * Family bathroom * Excellent south-facing rear garden with deck * Driveway parking * Outdoor store * Underfloor heating throughout * Nest thermostat and remote control * Built-in speaker system *
In an excellent residential position in Compton, between Tettenhall and Wightwick, this impeccably presented 3-bedroom detached bungalow offers beautiful, contemporary accommodation, within easy reach of a choice of local amenities. Recently renovated throughout and extended to provide a stunning single-storey home, the bungalow comprises a large open-plan family kitchen and living space enjoying bi-folding doors to the garden and a comprehensive range of integrated appliances. Three spacious double bedrooms are available, including the chic, modern master en suite and family bathroom, with underfloor heating throughout. Externally, the property benefits from a long driveway, outdoor store, and an attractive, south-facing rear garden with decking.
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