Nestled away in a beautiful plot on a private road in Sandhurst village is a bungalow which has undergone numerous improvements by its current owners. Within easy reach of Sandhurst train station, St Michaels School, the property is in easy reach of many amenities and attractions, including Sandhurst Memorial Park, Tri Lakes, California Country Park and The Meadows Shopping Complex. Internally the versatile accommodation has been thoughtfully laid out. The original bungalow consists of three bedrooms and a L-shaped living/dining room. The main living space has beautiful views of the mature rear gardens and there?s plenty of light which floods through the triple aspect windows. The self-contained annexe has its own entrance and also has access via the original bungalow. The annexe has a kitchen, bathroom, living room and large living room which has patio doors leading to the garden. This property must be viewed to be truly appreciated.
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