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By Herald Express  |  Posted: November 15, 2012

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SET in an enviable location in the Sandringham Drive area of Preston this detached dormer bungalow, built in the 1950s, has spectacular views over fields and Bay.

The bungalow has been subject to a roof conversion with dormer windows to the rear from which you can really appreciate the landscape.

A generous 42ft by 27ft driveway leads up to the property providing ample parking with a garage and carport.

Through the entrance porch a timber door leads into the spacious L-shaped entrance hall with large built-in storage cupboard with shelving, additional recess, cloakroom cupboard and shelving.

The lounge is also L-shaped, with double radiators, dimmer switches and a feature fireplace with stone hearth surround and gas fire to the centre.

The bungalow has double glazing and from the rear lounge window you can appreciate fine sea views over Paignton beach and pier, Roundham Head towards the hills at South Hams and fine views over the surrounding area.

Similar views can be appreciated from the separate sun lounge. The dining room has a front aspect.

The kitchen with fitted units, has four ring gas hob with filter hood over and high level built-in oven.

A lobby door leads to the rear garden and further boiler store with central heating control and combination boiler.

Bedroom one is on the ground floor and overlooks the substantial rear garden. This room has fitted wardrobes, vanity sink unit and storage space.

The bathroom is also on ground level and has avocado bathroom suite, built in cupboard with electric tubular heater, slatted shelving and storage over.

On the first floor are two further bedrooms and a separate wc. Bedroom two is L-shaped with dormer windows overlooking the lovely rear garden and views beyond.

Bedroom three has similar views to that of the lounge. There is full walk-in access to the eaves providing storage space and built-in wardrobes with sliding doors concealing a range of shelving.

At the rear of the property there is a raised patio area and 110ft of well-kept lawn and borders, with 180º panoramic views of the sea and countryside.

This plot is big enough to accommodate further extension or remodelling of the current structure, subject to any necessary planning permissions.

Underneath the property there is also a useful store room.

This attractive property is on the market through Williams Hedge (01803 554322) at an asking price of £295,000.

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