Greencroft was built in 1932 and retains a number of original features. It has been sympathetically extended and altered since being acquired by our clients in 1983, and is tastefully presented throughout. The adaptable living accommodation benefits from gas central heating and sealed unit double glazing.
The large enclosed entrance porch leads to a central hallway. The charming sitting room has a wide bay window to the front and a brick open fireplace with an inset multifuel firebox. The separate dining room has full height windows looking onto the garden, and French doors to a terrace.
The kitchen/breakfast room has an excellent range of units, ample worktops, walk-in larder, integrated fridge and freezer, gas hob, cooker hood and electric oven, and the separate utility room has plumbing for a washing machine, and an airing cupboard (with radiator and central heating boiler.)
The master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room, and the family bathroom, which has electric under floor heating, comprises a spa bath (with shower over,) wash basin, WC and heated towel rail.
From the reception hall, stairs lead to a large first floor landing/study area with fitted bookshelves. There are 3 double bedrooms including bedroom 4/studio which has a feature triangular shaped window to the front gable and a casement door to a small balcony.
There is a large integral garage/workshop incorporating a freezer room/garden store to the rear. Adjacent to the garage there is a large carport.
The front garden is bounded by a low picket fence, and a gravel driveway provides ample off road parking. The front garden is lawned, with flower and shrub borders, and gates at either side of the property provide access to the rear garden which is nicely enclosed and affords a large degree of privacy. It includes a raised patio, a lawn interspersed with shrubs and trees, a fishpond, an established apple tree and a range of well stocked flower and shrub beds.
COUNCIL TAX: Band F.
EPC RATING: D
DIRECTIONS: From Wimborne town centre, proceed up Rowlands Hill, bearing left at the small roundabout. Proceed past Colehill cricket ground on the left and take the next turning on the right, into Beaucroft Road. Number 2 can be found on the right hand side, at the junction with Tower Lane.