Built approximately five years ago by the present owners, this detached bungalow is set within a secluded one acre plot (subject to survey) in the Bedfordshire village of Renhold. The sitting room measures approximately 21’ x 15’ and looks over the rear garden. There is a separate dining hall and a 21’ kitchen/breakfast room, which has a range of hand, crafted French Oak units and includes a range of integrated appliances. A door from here leads into the utility room, which in turn gives access to a cloakroom. The bedroom wing includes a master with en-suite bathroom, two further double bedrooms and a four piece family bathroom. The property is heated by gas-fired radiators and also benefits from double glazed leaded windows. Outside: The property is set on a plot extending to one acre (subject to survey) and is approached via a sweeping gravelled driveway, with inset oval shaped bed with a variety of shrubs and trees. The front garden is laid mainly to lawn with a central mature Ash tree, shrub borders and a stone paved pathway to the entrance door. The rear garden is also laid mainly to lawn with several Ash trees, which are protected by tree preservation orders. There is also a garden tap and outside lighting. To the side of the property, patio doors from the kitchen/breakfast room lead out to a raised patio area with flower and shrub borders and a water feature. Parking: The driveway gives access to two separate detached double garages.