Property Features

  • Detached Bungalow
  • Beautiful Rural Setting
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Wet Room & En-suite
  • Good Size Garden
  • Parking & Outbuildings
  • EPC Rating: D

Property Description

Hoe Hill Bungalow is situated on a very private and peaceful lane, surrounded by countryside and natural ponds, sitting within the Far Ings National Nature Reserve. This is an idyllic situation for anyone wanting to find peace and tranquillity, with outstanding views, being nestled by the bank of

Room by Room

Access To The Property

Enter the property via the double glazed side aspect door leading into the utility area.

Utility Room

Stepping into the utility area with partially tiled walls, wall units, worksurfaces, and a practical tiled floor. Space and plumbing are provided for washing machine and dryer. Flowing through to the kitchen and pantry area via a glazed wooden door.


Kitchen is a good size room being partially tiled with a tile effect flooring and a range of traditional style base units with contrasting solid wood work surfaces incorporating a Belfast sink with chrome mixer tap over. Spaces have been provided for fridge/freezer and electric oven. A double glazed window to the rear aspect enjoys countryside views and a wall mounted radiator. Continue through from the kitchen to the hallway and pantry.


Housing shelving and lighting. Giving access through to the family bathroom.

Family Bathroom/Wet Room

A very practical space being partially tiled with tiled flooring. The room briefly comprises; open walk in shower, pedestal hand wash basin, low flush w.c. along with high level opaque windows to the rear aspect. Plumbing and drainage have been left in situ for a bath to be easily installed if desired.


Giving access to four bedrooms and lounge.

Bedroom One

Bedroom one is neutrally decorated with coving to the ceiling and window to the side aspect with wall mounted radiator beneath. Leading through to en-suite wet room.

Wet Room/En-Suite

A great addition to any main bedroom is having the use of en-suite facilities. Taking the form of a wet room having a double glazed opaque window to the side aspect.

Bedroom Two

A neutrally decorated room with dado rails and wood beams to the ceiling having a rear aspect double glazed window. A multi-fuel fire with tiled inset and hearth with wooden surround.

Bedroom Three

With a side aspect double glazed window with a wall mounted radiator beneath.

Bedroom Four

Having a side aspect window with wall mounted radiator beneath.


A bright and very spacious room being dual aspect, having a large bow window looking out to the fishing ponds, part of the Pasture Road series of ponds as well as the front garden and two side aspect windows again giving wonderful views of the surrounding greenery. The room is neutrally decorated with dado rails and fitted carpets as well three wall mounted radiators. A brick-built fire place with coal effect gas fire, makes for a warmer feature in the winter months. Patio doors open out to the front aspect of the property.


The property has extensive plot with a large outbuilding having several sections, one housing the Grant wooden pellet boiler, one is currently used as a store and a large workshop. A separate insulated workshop housed within a metal container, having power. The garden is a sizable space with a mix of mature planting and trees and lawned areas with a pond, and is all infrared lit for security. A fantastic space to landscape and make the most of in the warmer months, being open to the surrounding countryside, giving the garden a true sense of openness, with plenty of parking for multiple vehicles. The property also has an array of solar panels, owned by the property please ask the office for further information.


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