Owned by our clients since it was built by Wimpey Homes in 1977, the house was extended in 1989 to create a large living room with a bathroom and dressing room above. There is potential, subject to planning consent, for further extension and alteration.
The ground floor comprise an L-shaped reception hall with under stairs cupboard, a cloakroom with WC and wash basin, a spacious, dual aspect living room with double glazed sliding patio door to the garden, a dining room, a study/fifth bedroom and a kitchen with units, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, Potterton gas central heating boiler and door to outside.
The first floor landing has an airing cupboard and access, via a retractable ladder, to the loft space, which is partially boarded with a fitted light. The master bedroom has a range of wardrobes and an en suite bathroom. Bedroom 2 has fitted wardrobes and a dressing room in the eaves which could be converted to form an en suite facility. Bedroom 3 has a built-in wardrobe, and there is a fourth bedroom and a family bathroom.
A long driveway provides ample off road parking and leads to a garage (with up-and-over door). The garden extends to 3 sides of the house and is predominantly lawned, with a patio and footpaths. It is enclosed by close boarded fencing.
Directions: From Canford Bottom gyratory, proceed towards Ferndown along Wimborne Road West, passing The Old Thatch pub on the left. Proceed ahead at the traffic lights at the junction Cobham Road (Ferndown Industrial Estate). Proceed past Hilltop Motors on the right. Before reaching the Murco petrol station on the left, turn left into Bracken Road. After about half a mile, turn right into Kestrel Close, and number 34 is at the head of the cul-de-sac.
Council Tax Band: F
EPC Rating: C
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN