- Extended Detached True Bungalow
- Two Double Bedrooms & Extended Dining Kitchen
- Large Driveway
- Gas Central Heating & uPVC Double Glazing
- Gardens To Front & Rear
- Central Village Location
- Council Tax Band - D
- EPC - C
** AVAILABLE JUNE ** DEPOSIT £975 **
A sought after property in a sought after area. This detached true bungalow situated within the heart of Burton Joyce offers well presented and extended accommodation which could suit a variety of tenants from those looking to downsize to families looking for a property in a convenient location. The property briefly comprises an entrance porch which is open into the hallway, living room, two double bedrooms, bathroom and extended dining kitchen. There is a driveway and gardens to front and rear. An early viewing is advisable.
"Burton Joyce is a village and civil parish in the Gedling district of Nottinghamshire, about 7 miles east of Nottingham, bounded by the smaller Stoke Bardolph to the south and Bulcote to the north-east. The A612 links it to Carlton, Gedling village and Netherfield to the south-west, and Lowdham to the north-east. Burton Joyce has regular bus services in the direction of Nottingham, Lowdham and Southwell. East Midlands Trains provides services from Burton Joyce railway station in the direction of Nottingham/Derby/Matlock/Leicester and Newark/Lincoln."
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