Clifford Moor Road, Boston Spa...
3 bedroom semi-detached bungalow
  • Front Elevation
  • Sitting Room
  • Kitchen
  • Bedroom
  • Rear Elevation
  • Garden
  • Gardens
  • Landing
  • Bedroom
  • Bathroom
  • Bathroom
A beautifully and sympathetically renovated three / four bedroom dorma bungalow located in the much sought after village of Boston Spa, with contemporary and eye catching features throughout, this home is sure to appeal to a wide range of purchasers. Viewings are strongly advised.

'Junipers' is a magnificently designed semi-detached home with great access links to Boston Spa, Wetherby and Leeds. The current vendors have added an abundance of contemporary and stylish appointments throughout to create a fantastic living space which is sure to appeal to potential buyers.

With gas fired central heating and sealed unit double glazing, the property comprises: Entrance hall, modern Howdens fitted kitchen with Lewis and Cooke extractor hood, expansive living room with triple glazing, downstairs shower room, fantastic master suite in the Dorma with contemporary bathroom and ample storage, three further sizable bedrooms with potential to utilise one as a separate dining room.

The property boasts ample off-street parking with an 75ft driveway and single garage with electric door. The gardens to the front and rear are well stocked with cleverly incorporate herbaceous borders to add to the overall privacy of the property.

Boston Spa supports a first class range of amenities catering for daily needs including a wide range of shops, excellent medical centre and popular schools for all age groups. The market town of Wetherby is only a short distance away and is ideally placed for the commuter due to the close proximity of the A1 which in turn links with the region's motorway network.

Prospective purchasers are requested to contact the agent, Beadnall Copley, on 01423 503500
to arrange a suitable time to view.

Alternatively, you may arrange a viewing online. Please complete the following information.

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