From the street, it’s at the end of a cul-de-sac with lots of other Plain Jane bungalows, it looks tiny, the roof looks like it was nicked from another house, and that drive.
But hang, don’t be so judgmental. This one is a TARDIS.
The current owners have taken this plain looking and dated bungalow and turned it in to something quite special. What you are looking at an architect designed extended bungalow built with discreet disability access to all the important bits.
From the low-level cooker to the shower rooms and the continuous level floor from the front door to the end of the patio is accessible by wheelchair. Even the master bedroom has a full glass wall with sliding doors giving access to the garden.
What I find particular remarkable about this property is that it has been designed and built to deal with the current owners accessibility needs, but on first sight you would never know. It has been done with such expertise that what they have created is a stunning home without aesthetic compromises, that anyone could live in. Stunning.