Built in 1974 and occupied by the present owners for over 18 years, Blue Hills would benefit from a programme of modernisation. It offers enormous potential for extension, subject to planning permission, and stands in a delightful garden of about a quarter of an acre.
Blue Hills has a rectangular entrance hall, off of which there is a shower room. The large sitting room has a stone open fireplace (with wood burning stove) and doors to a large conservatory (constructed in 2001.) There is a separate dining room to the front. The modern fitted kitchen has a range of built-in appliances, and leads to a spacious utility room with a door to the rear garden and a sliding door to the garage. On the first floor, the house has a particularly large master bedroom, 2 further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.It benefits from oil central heating (for which a new Worcester boiler was fitted in 2018) and UPVC double glazing.
Blue Hills is approached via a tarmac slipway which leads into a gravelled courtyard providing space to park several vehicles. There is also an attached garage (with access to the house.) The front garden is enclosed by a conifer hedge and has a small lawn and established shrubs. The rear garden is enclosed by close boarded fencing, offering a high degree of privacy, and has a lawn, established trees and shrubs and a fishpond.
Directions: From Wimborne, proceed north on the B3078 Cranborne Road. Turn right after about 1 mile, into Furzehill. Continue through the village, passing The Stocks Inn. Turn left at Pig Oak, signposted to Gaunts Common, passing Holt Football Club and St James School. Continue through the village towards Horton. At the crossroads, turn left, signposted Hinton Martell, and proceed up the hill. After the left hand turning to Uppington Close, turn left into the next drive, and Blue Hills can be found immediately on the right hand side.
Council Tax Band: F
EPC Rating: F
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN