Originally built in the 1970s, the house has been occupied by the present owners since 2007, and has been substantially extended to provide spacious family accommodation (the first floor accommodation is particularly large) of about 2926 sq ft, arranged over two floors.
The house sits on a large garden site of about 0.326 of an acre, with enclosed gardens. There is great potential to convert the existing integral garage into a self-contained annexe or additional accommodation (subject to the necessary planning consents.)
The property is connected to all mains services, and benefits from a mains gas heating system, UPVC double glazed windows and doors throughout, and cavity wall insulation.
This is a great opportunity to acquire a large family home with a good sized garden, within easy walking distance of Broadstone.
There is an entrance hall, a large ‘L’ shaped living/family room with triple aspect picture windows overlooking the garden, and a separate dining room with door access to the terrace and rear garden.
The contemporary, high gloss kitchen/breakfast/family room is a real feature of the ground floor comprising a comprehensive range of base cupboards and drawers including 4 full height pull-out larder cupboards, quartz working surfaces, hob, extractor fan, twin Neff ovens, Neff microwave oven, Neff steam oven, integrated dishwasher, American style fridge/freezer with mirrored doors, Travertine floor, space for a table and chairs, and bi-folding double glazed doors leading to the terrace. There is a utility room with work tops, cupboards, space for fridge/freezer, and a wall mounted gas boiler. In addition, there is a laundry room with work tops, sink unit, and space for white goods. A door from the laundry room leads to a cloakroom, and a door to a large, integral double garage (with an electric, secure roller door.)
From the entrance hall, an open glass staircase leads to the first floor, where there is a large ‘L’ shaped landing.
The master bedroom has double opening doors to a Juliet balcony overlooking the rear garden, an en-suite dressing room, and an en-suite bathroom/shower room. The large second double bedroom has 2 pairs of double glazed casement doors leading out to Juliet balconies with superb views towards the Poole coastline, and a very well presented en-suite shower room. There are 4 further first floor bedrooms, and a spacious family bathroom/shower room. Agents’ Note: one of the bedrooms could easily be used as a study.
The property is approached off the back loop of Higher Blandford Road, via a long, tarmac driveway leading into a large courtyard providing parking for 5/6 vehicles/boats/caravans/trailers etc, and an integral double garage. This area is screened by high conifer hedgerows and close boarded fencing.
The rear garden enjoys an easterly aspect, with a large, well maintained, flat lawn and enclosed by high laurel hedgerows, and timber fencing. The garden is planted with established rhododendrons and some pine trees. There is a large ‘L’ shaped entertaining terrace across the rear of the house, and outside power sockets.
DIRECTIONS: From Broadstone village, proceed along Higher Blandford Road. At the traffic lights, proceed straight ahead, and continue along Higher Blandford Road. Turn right into the old road, and Number 93 can be found at the top of the loop, on the left hand side.
COUNCIL TAX: TBC.
EPC RATING: Band C.