The Appleby at Jura, Ouston 2 bedrooms, Bungalow


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Shared ownership prices from: 50% at £72,500


The Appleby is an attractive, 2 bedroom bungalow offering modern, open plan living space. The large kitchen/living area provides the perfect space for both dining and relaxing with direct access to the rear garden via French doors which helps maximise the overall space and flow of the home. The hallway leads to two good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom, which includes a shower cubicle. A handy store cupboard is accessible from the hallway to help keep your new home neat and tidy.

Externally, there is a driveway to the front of the property.

Key features

  • Modern, Open plan living
  • 2 Bed Bungalows
  • Good size bedrooms
  • Full fitted kitchens
  • UVPC windows & French doors

Room dimensions

Kitchen: 3.1 x 3m (10 x 10ft)

Lounge: 5.8 x 3.5m (19 x 11ft)

Bath: 3 x 2m (10 x 7ft)

Bed 1: 4.2 x 3.2m (14 x 10ft)

Bed 2: 3.3 x 3.1m (11 x 10ft)

Other property types in this development


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The Cartington at Jura, Ouston

2 bedrooms, Bungalow

Shared ownership prices from: £73,000 (50%)

Plots available: 12, 13


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Images and floor plans are included for illustration purposes only. Floor plans may also be handed other way to what is shown. Individual features such as windows, brick and other materials may vary, as may heating and electrical layouts. Room sizes included have been measured from architect's plans and dimensions should not be used for carpet sizes, appliance spaces or items of furniture to fit in the room. Buyers will need to satisfy themselves with the official paperwork that these items fit. Images and dimensions are not intended to form part of any contract or warranty. Landscaping is shown for illustration purposes only.

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