The Hameland is a fantastic family home which has been transformed by its owners.

They’ve added a large open-plan lounge dining kitchen and in doing so have created a great entertaining space while the bungalow’s original layout has been changed to create three double bedrooms and a conservatory.

The Hameland has a gravel driveway providing ample parking.

Inside, the spacious hallway is double height and has a tiled floor which flows into a boot room. On the other side of the hall, is the utility which also has a tiled floor along with plumbing, cream units and a sink.

At the heart of the home is the open-plan family space comprising kitchen, dining and lounge areas and open to the roof space with attractive exposed timbers.

Dual-aspect windows and French doors to the conservatory illuminate the room and are complemented by LED lighting.

The kitchen area has smart Shaker-style cabinets in cream with black granite worktops and under-unit lighting. There is also an integrated dishwasher and fridge-freezer, five-burner range cooker with three ovens and a hot plate, a butler sink and a tiled floor.

A central island/breakfast bar provides an ideal space for a busy family to sit down for breakfast and the adjacent dining area can easily accommodate a large table and chairs.

Walking through the kitchen/dining section leads you into the cosy lounge warmed by a wood-burning stove set in a recess with exposed stonework. Not that you’ll need to light the stove much as this area has the benefit of underfloor heating.

Double doors lead into the good-sized conservatory from where on-trend bifold doors open to the garden.

The Hameland has three bedrooms, the master boasting a contemporary vertical radiator and a dressing room. It also has en-suite facilities.

The other two double bedrooms are at the front of the house and share the bathroom which has been well planned to offer a touch of luxury thanks to its underfloor heating.

The glamour continues with a double-ended roll-top bath, larger-than-average shower cubicle and two handbasins set on oak cupboards.

Outside, the gravel driveway also provides a turning area and gate to a lawn enclosed by picket fencing and there is access down both sides of the house.

The rear garden has been landscaped to create a lawn area bounded by flower beds and fencing along with a patio adjacent to the conservatory and perfect for al-fresco dining.

There’s also a covered arbour area to shelter from the hot sun and a workshop with power and light, external lighting and a water tap.

The Hameland, Longwood, Endmoor, is for sale at £395,000 from Milne Moser, tel. 01539 725582.