Originally built in 1935, Knoll View House was virtually rebuilt by the current owners in 2014 with only the south wall of the original house remaining. Traditionally constructed, the property has cavity brick walls with traditional lime render, a feature A-framed gable and a hipped, natural slate roof with a tall chimney. It is connected to all mains services. There is a state-of-the-art underfloor airsource heating system to all 3 floors, C-Bus intelligent lighting, an alarm system, and CCTV.
Corfe Mullen is a popular village equidistant to the historic market town of Wimborne Minster and the village of Broadstone. Local shops are available in Corfe Mullen, while Wimborne town centre offers an excellent range of amenities including a Waitrose store and the Tivoli theatre. State and independent schools (including Castle Court and Corfe Hills) are close by, and the coastal resort towns of Poole and Bournemouth are within about 15 minutes' drive.
The house is set back from the road and approached via a pair of wrought iron electric gates leading into a large gravelled courtyard.
A covered entrance way leads to an entrance hall with solid oak flooring. The cloakroom has a WC and a marble topped bespoke wash stand with inset ceramic bowl.
The sitting room has a Victorian style wrought iron fireplace with an inset wood burning stove, an attractive square bay window with views over paddocks to the front, and solid oak flooring.
An outstanding feature of the house is a magnificent kitchen/family area which stretches across the full width of the house, with 2 pairs of French doors leading out to the entertaining terrace and garden. There are delightful views over the adjacent farmland.
The whole of the kitchen/dining area has large format ceramic tiles, and a raised area which has a solid oak floor and French doors to the garden.
The bespoke, hand-painted, solid oak kitchen has a comprehensive range of units featuring curved panels, stainless steel cup handles and a large circular island unit with solid oak worktop, recessed chopping boards and trays, and 3 nickel Neptune lights above. There is an excellent range of granite work surfaces, a ceramic butler’s sink with a chrome Perrin and Rowe mixer and boiling water tap, an integrated fridge and an integrated dishwasher.
Set within a painted brick surround with a mantel above is a Total Control electric Aga range with 3 ovens and warming oven (available by separate negotiation). In addition there is an impressive full height, double door larder cupboard with oak units, wine racks, storage drawers, and open shelves.
Off the kitchen there is a large laundry/boot room with stable door to outside, a window bench seat with ample storage below, solid oak work surfaces, butler’s sink , base and wall units, space for an American style fridge/freezer, and a comprehensive range of wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling cupboards housing a pressurised hot water vessel, electrics and a water softener
From the entrance hall, a staircase leads to a split level landing with a large airing cupboard.
The magnificent master bedroom suite has superb views over the garden and farmland beyond , and includes a dressing room with views over paddocks beyond (with a comprehensive range of mirror-fronted wardrobes and cupboards) and a beautifully appointed, split level en suite bath/shower room (with limed oak floor, rolltop bath with ball-and-claw feet, enclosed glass shower, WC, ornate vanity unit with 2 Laufen circular basins, and matching mirror.)
The dual aspect guest bedroom has an en suite shower room and double doors leading to a balcony with glass balustrade, decked floor and superb views to the front and rear.
From the first floor landing, a staircase leads to the second floor where there are 2 large double bedrooms and a large shower room with an oak floor.
Outside, automated gates lead to a gravelled courtyard providing parking for 8-10 vehicles and leading to an attached double carport with a natural slate roof and 2 parking bays. To one side of the house, timber gates give access to a caravan/motorhome bay.
The rear garden is an outstanding feature of Knoll View House, having a large, natural granite entertaining terrace with 2 steps up to a fenced artificial lawn (with a timber barbecue house featuring a cedar shingle roof, pine-lined floor and walls, and a chimney).
A large, flat lawn is enclosed by post-and-rail and close boarded fencing and hedgerows. There is a substantial timber outbuilding with a sun deck, and a further outbuilding.
COUNCIL TAX: Band F.
EPC RATING: Band C.
DIRECTIONS: From Pye Corner in Wimborne, proceed along Julians Road to the Lake Gates roundabout, and take the second exit towards Corfe Mullen. Proceed up Wimborne Road, passing The Lambs Green Inn on the left. At the roundabout, take the third exit and continue along Wimborne Road to the T-junction with Lockyers School. Turn right, and take the next turning left, into Pardys Hill, which leads into Broadmoor Road. Knoll View House can be found on the left hand side, a short distance past the turning to Haywards Lane.
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