Parmiter Drive Wimborne Dorset BH21 2BW


REF: CB005667
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1 Receptions
  • Beautifully appointed
  • About a mile from town centre
  • Well presented kitchen/breakfast room
  • Detached garage
  • Attractive rear garden

Parmiter Drive - Wimborne - A beautifully appointed 3 double bedroom detached bungalow situated in a popular residential road about a mile from Wimborne town centre. This deceptively spacious bungalow has been substantially extended by the present owners, and is presented in excellent decorative condition throughout, with quality floor coverings.

A paved, covered entrance way leads to a large L-shaped entrance hall with oak laminate flooring. An open archway leads to a particularly well presented kitchen with a breakfast bar and a range of built-in appliances. The living room overlooks the front garden and has an ornamental fireplace. There are 3 large double bedrooms at the rear of the property. The master bedroom has a well appointed en suite shower room, and there is a fully tiled, contemporary style family bathroom (with shower above the bath.) The current owners have used the second bedroom, which has double doors to the garden, as a sitting/dining room.

There is a detached garage, and a long pavioured driveway with space for at least 4 vehicles, and ledged-and-braced security gates. The front garden has been landscaped for ease of maintenance with a large shingle terrace, a raised heather bed, shrubs and climbing roses. The rear garden is enclosed by close boarded fencing and has a lawn, stepping stones, shingle and paved pathways, a capped brick wall, a picket fence, a box hedge, a rose arbour and a large, terrace beside the garage. 13 Parmiter Drive has gas central heating and UPVC double glazed windows and doors.

Directions: From Wimborne, proceed east along Leigh Road for approximately three quarters of a mile. As you approach Leigh Common on the left hand side, turn right into Parmiter Drive.

Council Tax Band: D

EPC Rating: C

Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN