In our opinion, Glades Meet offers tremendous potential for extension into the roof space and over the garage, subject to the necessary planning consents. Traditionally built in the 1960s, the property has facing brick elevations under a concrete tiled roof with dormer windows to the front and rear elevations. Beaucroft Lane is one of the most sought after residential locations in the area, being a quiet tree-lined road, well away from main roads, yet with easy access to Wimborne town centre.
The accommodation includes entrance porch, large L-shaped hall, sitting room (with brickette fireplace,) separate dining room overlooking the rear garden, and a good sized kitchen/breakfast room. There is a part covered area between the house and garage. The ground floor also has two spacious double bedrooms and a bathroom.
A straight staircase leads to the first floor, where there are two further double bedrooms and a second bathroom.
Outside, there is an attached garage with a store room underneath, and a tarmac driveway provides space for two vehicles. The front garden is laid to lawn and enclosed by mixed hedgerows. The south-west facing rear garden offers complete privacy and is enclosed by high laurel and mixed hedgerows. It is laid to lawn, with a large woodland area, paved terracing and compost bins to the east side. The property has a frontage to both Beaucroft Lane and Leigh Lane. The rear garden backs onto the old railway line which is now under private ownership, and potentially has a most attractive view over the surrounding greenbelt.
Directions: From Wimborne, proceed east along Leigh Road. At Leigh Common, turn left into Northleigh Lane. Take the first turning left into Beaucroft Lane, and Glades Meet can be found on the left hand side.
Council Tax Band: F
EPC Rating: C
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN