Originally built in 1963, Monks Horton has been extended twice, once in the 1980s and once in the 1990s, and now offers superb family accommodation that extends to about 2500 square feet of living space, arranged over 2 floors.
Traditionally built, the property has facing brick and rendered elevations under a small plain tiled roof.
The house is connected to all mains services, and benefits from a gas fired central heating system and cavity wall insulation.
Monks Horton is well set for both state and independent schools and is also within the catchment area for Poole and ParkstoneGrammar Schools. The renowned CanfordSchool is only 1.5 miles away.
The major East Dorset towns of Poole and Bournemouth are about a 20 minutes’ drive away, both with mainline railway stations to London Waterloo.
A vestibule entrance leads to a long entrance hall with a staircase to the first floor, and a cloakroom. There are 3 separate reception areas including a lounge and a dining room, with steps leading down to a large living room.
The kitchen is set at the back of the house (with double door access to the garden,) and has potential to knock through to the dining room to make a large kitchen/family area.
An oak spindle staircase leads to the first floor, where there are 5 double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The impressive master bedroom suite has an en suite shower room and a dressing room.
Outside, Monks Horton is approached from the road via a long, sweeping gravelled driveway and a courtyard which leads to a large detached garage with automatic door.
The front garden is enclosed by a high mixed hedgerow (mainly of beech and laurel,) and an established tree line. There are two lawns which are retained by a timber wall with recessed lighting.
The rear garden is approximately 100ft in length being enclosed by timber fencing and walling (to the rear boundary.) There is a large lawn with established trees (mainly of pine and conifer,) a large, entertaining timber decking area with balustrade and 30amp electric supply suitable for an above ground floor or hot-tub, a rockery, and across the width of the house there is a second decking area.
DIRECTIONS: From Wimborne, proceed up Oakley Hill towards Poole. Take the first exit from the roundabout, and proceed along Gravel Hill, continuing ahead at the traffic lights. At the next roundabout, take the third exit into Dunyeats Road, signposted to Broadstone. Monks Horton can be found on the right hand side, just before the left hand turning into Ashwood Drive.
COUNCIL TAX: Band G.
EPC RATING: D.
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