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Moathouse Drive, Haughton, ST18 9HJ

£280,000
2 receptions 2 bedrooms 1 bathrooms
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  • Stylish Home
  • Detached Dorma Bungalow
  • Front/Rear Garden
  • Detached Garage/Driveway
  • Desirable Location
  • EPC = D

A stunning and well presented property nestled within the popular and highly sought after hamlet of Haughton.

Entering the property you get the feeling this property is going to tick all the boxes.

Step inside... Leading from the entrance hallway is the spacious sitting room with an abundance of natural light that pours through the large window and plenty of space for seating. Back along the hallway is the convenient bathroom with bath, overhead shower, W.C and hand wash basin. The kitchen offers Zenith worktops and induction hob; a perfect place for the chef of the house with views overlooking the garden. For more formal meal times is the family dining room with an effortless connection and open/plan feel into the conservatory with stunning open countryside views. Fling open the French doors and find yourself within the well manicured garden.

Upstairs you will find two double bedrooms.

***Dog walkers have the freedom to open the gates at the foot of the garden and enjoy a stroll along the public footpath***

Entrance Hallway

Sitting Room 6.35 x 3.5 (20'9" x 11'5")

Dining Room 2.70 x 2.24 (8'10" x 7'4")

Conservatory 4.24 x 3.35 (13'10" x 10'11")

Kitchen 4.57 x 2.72 (14'11" x 8'11")

Master Bedroom 4.00 x 2.87 (13'1" x 9'4")

Bedroom Two 3.71 x 2.7 (12'2" x 8'10")

A stunning and well presented property nestled within the popular and highly sought after hamlet of Haughton.

Entering the property you get the feeling this property is going to tick all the boxes.

Step inside... Leading from the ...

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