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Our Access Statement
  • Approach via Plunch Lane, a B road, turn third left into Westcliff, a rough private road, then 1st right into Sarlou Close - a well-maintained road to a cul-de-sac of 11 bungalows - The bungalow is the first on the right with a Victorian hard wood conservatory. As the accss roads are unadopted, there are no street lights - however, there is a security light on the front of the bungalow, lighting the steps to the front door.
  • There is a dedicated car parking space opposite the bungalow - marked with cones and the only space running parallel to the road.
  • There is a level concrete path round the semi-detached bungalow with views of Mumbles Hill.
  • There are five fairly steep steps down to the bungalow with a hand rail on the right.
  • Access is via a step straight into the lounge through a standard upvc door.
  • Lounge, Dining Room and Kitchen are open plan with 2 bedrooms and a bathroom leading off on the same level
  • The glazed conservatory is off a small hallway with a step-up and down into the conservatory, which also has separate external
    french doors
  • The kitchen has ample work surfaces and a low level oven, taps are mixers.
  • The lounge has ample natural lighting with additional task lighting.
  • The two bedrooms are standard size - one a double and one a single, which has a roll-out guest bed underneath- both have
    fitted wardrobes and storage space. Access is via standard size doors.
  • Bathroom - with W.C. and handbasin - with overhead electric shower and glass screen.
  • Public Transport, Post Box and Telephone Box at the end of Westcliff on Plunch Lane - approx 200 metres from bungalow.
  • Poor reception both in the bungalow and area for mobile phones - certain service providers will work.
  • The garden is set on a slight gradient, surrounded by rose trees and a conifer hedge - there is a small patio area with
    table and 4 chairs.
  • Service dogs are welcome.


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