A well presented, older style 3 bedroom detached house with rear access to a garage and off road parking, conveniently situated within a level walk of Wimborne town centre.
Built in the 1950s, the property has been refurbished in recent years and benefits from gas central heating, UPVC double glazing and a delightful, well maintained garden.
There is an entrance porch, a reception hall with laminate flooring and under stairs cupboard, a cloakroom and a lounge with an open fireplace and a wide bay window to the front. The modern fitted kitchen has contemporary high gloss units, gas hob, cooker hood above, electric double oven, integrated dishwasher, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for upright fridge-freezer, and laminate flooring. The separate dining room has a fireplace recess and a double glazed patio door to a rear conservatory, built about 6 years ago, with full height UPVC double glazed windows and a casement door to the garden. The galleried first floor landing has an airing cupboard and a retractable ladder to the part boarded roof space (with fitted light), and there are 3 bedrooms and a fully tiled family bathroom with a modern white suite.
Situated on a prime corner plot at the junction of Leigh Road and Fairfield Roads, the property is bounded by a brick garden wall. The front garden has a lawn, flower borders and a footpath to the front door. Access at the side leads to the nicely enclosed rear garden which has lawns, borders, a timber gazebo and a shed. There is a kitchen garden area at the side. A rear driveway, off Fairfield Road, provides off road parking for 3-4 vehicles and leads to the detached garage (with light and power points and up-and-over door).
Directions: From Wimborne, proceed east along Leigh Road and continue ahead at the St Johns Hill crossroad. After the Total petrol station/M & S Food Hall on the right, take the next turning on the left into Fairfield Road, and 109 Leigh Road is situated on the left hand corner.
Council Tax Band: D
EPC Rating: E
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN