A large entrance hall with UPVC double glazed door and window, fitted carpet, radiator.
A spacious lounge-diner which stretches across the full width of the bungalow and faces the rear South-West aspect. UPVC double glazed picture window to rear, two radiators, fitted carpet, high level opaque window to side, UPVC double glazed sliding patio doors opening out to rear gardens.
UPVC double glazed door and window to side, tiled flooring, radiator. Fitted with a range of base, drawer & eye level units, work surfaces, tiled splashback, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Provision for cooker and washing machine.
Leads from the lounge to the kitchen and the 3 bedrooms and bathroom. Fitted carpet, radiator, access to loft, cloaks cupboard.
A generous sized double bedroom. UPVC double glazed window to front, fitted carpet, radiator, built-in wardrobes.
Another double bedroom. UPVC double glazed window to front, fitted carpet, radiator, built-in wardrobes.
UPVC double glazed window to side, fitted carpet, radiator, built-in wardrobes.
UPVC double glazed opaque window, radiator, tiled floor, fully tiled walls, corner bath, pedestal wash hand basin, wc, airing cupboard housing Worcester combination boiler.
The front garden has lawn, driveway providing parking for 3 cars leading to attached garage with up & over door, light & power, UPVC door and window, gas & electric meter.
The South West rear garden is approx 100' wide and at least 60' in places. The garden has patio, lawns, shrubs, external water tap, fully fenced and hedged boundaries, gate at rear to The Balk.
Glenfield is a popular large village 5 miles to the West of Leicester city centre with a population of approx 9,500. There are two well regarded primary schools, three pubs, St Peters church and a range of local shopping facilities including a relatively new Morrison's store on Station Road. There is nearby open countryside including Bradgate Park and Gynsills conservation area. There is easy access to M1, A46 & A50 main routes. Glenfield General Hospital & Leics County Council are two large employers. Glenfield is mentioned in the Domesday book of 1086 and is also famous for its now defunct railway tunnel built by Stevenson and once the longest in the world. Regular bus services into Leicester serve the village and Leicester train station is approx 5 miles away.
This property falls within Blaby District Council (blaby.gov.uk)
It has a Council Tax Band of D which means a charge of £2,057.27 for tax year ending March 2023
Please note: When a property changes ownership local authorities do reserve the right to re-calculate council tax bands.
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