This small, select development of homes was built around 1994 by Maunders, a well known national house building group of the time. 11 Hobbs Park, which is set at the top of a cul-de-sac, is traditionally constructed, with facing brick and tile hung elevations under a roof of small plain tiles with a brick chimney.
Our clients, who have owned the property since new, changed the first floor footprint to create a very large, dual aspect master bedroom with a spacious en suite bath/shower room.
The property is connected to all mains services and has gas central heating, UPVC double glazed windows and aluminium sliding doors to the terrace and garden. It benefits from a double garage and a large, pavioured driveway with space for 4 vehicles.
Local shops are close by, and the market town of Ringwood is within a short drive. There is excellent access to the motorway network, the New Forest and the major coastal resort towns of Poole and Bournemouth.
There is a spacious, L-shaped entrance hall, a cloakroom, a large, dual aspect living room with feature marble fireplace and sliding doors to the rear garden, a dining room with sliding doors to the garden, a spacious study overlooking the front garden, a utility room with door to outside, and a large kitchen/breakfast room with a door to the terrace.
The spacious first floor has a semi-galleried landing with a double airing cupboard (housing the hot water tank.)
The very large, dual aspect master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and cabinets and a spacious en suite bath/shower room. There are 2 further double bedrooms which share a ‘Jack and Jill’ en suite bathroom.
Outside, the pavioured driveway has space for 4 vehicles and leads to a detached double garage with electric up-and-over doors and personal door to the rear.
The front garden is enclosed by low hedges and conifers, and landscaped with a flat, L-shaped lawn and 2 palm trees.
The large rear garden is enclosed by close boarded fencing has a gently sloping lawn interspersed with a wide variety of trees and shrubs including conifers, hydrangeas, camellias and pine trees. A particular feature is a large, full width entertaining terrace with balustrading.
DIRECTIONS: From the centre of Ferndown, proceed east along the A31 towards Ringwood for about 1 mile, turning left at the Little Chef into Woolsbridge Road. Turn first right into Ringwood Road, and first left into Hobbs Park. Number 11 can be found in the first cul-de-sac on the left.
COUNCIL TAX: Band G.
EPC RATING: Band D.