Built in 1923 and in the same ownership since new, the property has been well maintained and has gas central heating and mostly UPVC double glazed windows. There is great potential for a side extension, and scope to create off road parking, subject to the necessary planning permissions.
An integral porch and front door lead to the entrance hall. The sitting room has a tiled fireplace, the chimney for which is presently capped, but could easily be reinstated. There is a separate dining room with an under stairs storage cupboard, a tiled fireplace and a built-in storage cupboard. The kitchen has a range of light oak-faced units, ample worktops, appliance space, and a door leading to a lean-to conservatory.
On the first floor, there are 2 bedrooms with fitted cupboards, and a bathroom comprising a panelled bath (with Triton electric shower and glazed screen), WC, wash basin and airing cupboard.
The front garden is bounded by a low brick wall and has lawns interspersed with established shrubs. A wrought iron pedestrian gate and footpath lead to the front door. A side gate leads to the rear patio garden which is nicely enclosed by timber panel fencing, with a selection of shrubs. Immediately to the rear of the property there is a large outbuilding/garden store with lighting and power points, a wash basin and a WC.
Directions: From Wimborne, proceed up Rowlands Hill and along Wimborne Road to the staggered crossroads opposite Colehill Post Office. Turn right into Middlehill Road, proceed past the parade of shops on the right, and number 39 can be found on the left hand side, just beyond the turning to Haslop Road.
Council Tax Band: C
EPC Rating: E
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN