Ta-dah! Oh, it’s just a twee little bungalow I hear you say. Are you disappointed? Come on, look closer, it’s got window boxes. I’ve never had a window box before. Don’t be deceived by this picture, it’s not a bungalow, it’s actually a house built into the hillside. The wow factor is the back of the property that leads out on to a large terrace and fantastic views. You will have to wait until we move in before you get those images.
No period features but easy to maintain and it comes with a large conservatory. I think I will call it an orangery, sounds much posher. I intend to make the interior very contemporary with a touch of James Bond retro. Does that make sense? It is an upside down house with a large open plan lounge/diner on the upper floor making the most of the views across the valley. There are three double bedrooms so plenty of room for visitors. It has a cellar that Paul is particularly excited about; I don’t know why.
The garden is terraced with a small lawned area, there is a greenhouse and raised beds for Paul to grow vegetables. There is also a pond with a very kitsch fountain (boy and girl hugging), sorry but that is one feature that will have to go.