This delightful bungalow is presented in excellent decorative order and has been well maintained. The property comprises a large square reception hall with access to loft space, cloaks cupboard and airing cupboard housing the gas fired central heating boiler. There is a 'through' lounge enjoying a dual aspect with stone fireplace, fitted gas fire and French doors lead to a rear conservatory. The conservatory has French doors leading to the south facing rear garden. Separate dining room with open plan kitchen. The kitchen has a modern range of units and worktops incorporating a gas hob, electric Zanussi double oven, Zanussi dishwasher and integrated fridge/freezer. A door leads to a side conservatory which has plumbing for washing machine, space for a tumble dryer and doors to the front and rear elevations. There are two double sized bedrooms and the master bedroom has a range of fitted bedroom furniture. Modern fitted shower room which has a large corner shower, concealed low cistern WC and wash hand basin.
A rear vehicle access provides parking for 6 vehicles and leads to a large double garage/workshop with a high electric roll-up door with lighting and power points. Workbench and personal side door.
The property stands on a large corner plot which is beautifully maintained and landscaped with lawns interspersed with a selection of specimen shrubs and plants. The south facing rear garden forms a walled garden and is arranged for ease of maintenance with paved footpaths and gravelled areas, interspersed with a selection of shrubs. Patio area and rear garden gate.
Directions: From Wimborne, proceed south along Poole Road going over Canford Bridge and up Oakley Hill. At the Willett Arms, turn left into Oakley Lane. Take the next turning on the right into Oakley Straight and proceed until reaching the 'T' junction with Merley Lane. Turn left and then turn right into Merley Gardens. Number 43 can be found on the left hand side, on the corner of Layard Drive.
Council Tax Band: D
EPC Rating: D
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN