Well laid out spacious two bedroom detached bungalow

Well laid out spacious two bedroom detached bungalow
Well laid out spacious two bedroom detached bungalow

Jameson Crescent, Scarborough, £262,500

Two bed detached bungalow offering well laid out and spacious accommodation being tastefully decorated throughout, comprising large fronted South facing lounge, separate dining room to the rear with French doors leading to a uPVC double glazed conservatory, breakfast kitchen with integrated double oven, hob and extractor.

Two spacious double bedrooms, main one having an extensive range of fitted bedroom furniture.

Wet room is of a good size with mosaic effect flooring and separate additional adjacent WC.

Large loft area with possibilities for development into additional rooms subject to permissions.

Outside there is a double driveway and single garage, attractive lawned gardens.

Contact Colin Ellis Property Services on 01723 363565 for more information.

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