Bickerley was built in the 1980s on an individual plot, and has reconstituted stone elevations under a tiled roof. The rooms are of good proportions and the main rooms take full advantage of the aspect and views. The hall has a coved ceiling and a linen cupboard, together with a trap door and loft ladder. A glazed door from the hall opens into the Sitting room, which is a double aspect room with a feature stone fireplace and sliding patio doors to the terrace. The sitting room opens through to the dining room, which both have coved ceilings. The kitchen is a double aspect room enjoying the views, and is comprehensively fitted with a range of floor standing and wall mounted kitchen cupboard and drawer units including an integrated hob and oven. The utility room has eye-level cupboards, and plenty of room for a washer/dryer and gives access to the cloakroom with WC and wash handbasin.
The main bedroom is extensively fitted with wardrobes, drawer and cupboard units, a dressing top and a vanity unit with wash handbasin and mirrored splashback. There are two other bedrooms, both doubles, and all served by a large and recently re-fitted bathroom with tiled walls and a shower and screen over the bath.
A tarmac driveway leads to a single garage which contains the oil-fired boiler. Most of the garden lies at the front of the bungalow where an elevated paved terrace and barbecue area overlooks a manageable area of lawn, enclosed by colourful and established borders, hedges and trees. The terrace looks out over lightly wooded farmland to Lady's Mile, easily accessed by the public footpath and providing a lovely elevated ridge walk. There is a side storage area, and a hard landscaped rear garden with raised border.