A spacious and well presented older style 4 bedroom detached family house with a large, secluded, rear garden, situated in a quiet, established area within walking distance of Wimborne town centre.
Built in the 1920s and owned by the same family since the 1960s, the property retains many of its original character features, including open fireplaces, exposed timber floorboards, picture rails and panelled doors.
The property has been tastefully refurbished and well maintained, and benefits from gas central heating and mostly replacement UPVC double glazed windows.
An integral entrance porch with a chequered quarry tiled floor and exterior light leads through the front door to the reception hall, off of which there is a cloakroom with a modern suite.
The sitting room has an open fireplace (with timber surround and tiled inset,) leaded and stained glass side windows, and an attractive bay window to the front. The dining room has a stone fireplace and a UPVC double glazed bay window to the front. The family room and shelved alcoves and a UPVC double glazed window to the side.
The kitchen/breakfast room has solid oak worktops, base cupboards, drawers, a Rangemaster gas cooker, an integrated dishwasher and 2 built-in larder fridges. The separate laundry room has space and plumbing for washing machine, a double glazed door to the garden and a further door to the side.
From the reception hall, an impressive staircase (with half and three quarter landings,) leads to a large galleried landing with access to loft space.
Bedrooms 1 and 2 have tiled open fireplaces and UPVC double glazed bay windows. Bedroom 3 has a tiled open fireplace, a wash basin and a UPVC double glazed window to the side. Bedroom 4 has a UPVC double glazed window to the side.
The family bath/shower room has a rolltop bath (with ball-and-claw feet,) a corner shower cubicle, a vanity basin set in a wash stand, a low level WC, fully tiled floor and walls, and a range of cupboards along one wall including an airing cupboard one housing the Glow Worm gas boiler.
To the front of the house there is a low brick wall boundary, a driveway leading to a detached garage, and a side gate providing access to the large, private rear garden. There is a large central lawn interspersed with shrubs, leading to a rear section of garden with shrubs, trees, a timber summerhouse and a garden shed. The garden affords a large degree of privacy and enjoys a south westerly aspect.
DIRECTIONS: From Wimborne, proceed along Poole Road, over CanfordBridge and up Oakley Hill. Take the second turning on the left into Oakley Road, and number 7 can be found on the left hand side.
COUNCIL TAX: Band F.