Built around 1912, with brick elevations under a slate roof, this character property would benefit from modernisation but offers well planned, traditional accommodation and benefits from gas fired central heating, and UPVC double glazing to most windows.
13 Wimborne Road comprises an entrance hall, a cloakroom, a sitting room with feature bay window and tiled fireplace surround, a separate dining room with a window to the rear and a brick fireplace surround, a dual aspect kitchen with a range of base cupboards, worktops, white enamel sink unit, fitted Hotpoint 4-ring gas hob, Belling electric oven, plumbing for washing machine, cupboard housing a Glow Worm gas fired boiler (approximately 2 years old,) an original sash window and a door to the garden. On the first floor, bedroom 1 has an original fireplace, a fitted cupboard and a feature bay window to the front. Bedroom 2 enjoys a window to the rear, and bedroom 3 has windows to the rear and side. The bathroom has a window to the front and a white suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC.
Outside, the front garden is lawned with shrubs, and a low brick wall forms the front boundary. A side access leads to the rear garden which has a small lawned area with established trees and bushes, and a paved patio area. The garden offers seclusion. On street parking is available in the nearby side roads. Wimborne town centre is situated within a few minutes' level walk, offering an excellent range of shopping and recreational facilities. The large centres of Poole and Bournemouth are some 6 and 8 miles distant respectively.