The coastal town of Poole, which offers a mainline rail link to London Waterloo, is about 4 miles to the south.
Built in the 1950s, Quinneys has been extended and altered in recent years to provide spacious, flexible living accommodation which benefits from gas central heating and UPVC double glazing. Particular features include a large garden room, a good sized garage with an adjacent utility room/ home office, ample off road parking, and beautifully maintained, well stocked gardens.
An enclosed entrance porch leads to a reception hall with an under stairs cupboard. The triple aspect, L-shaped lounge has French doors to a covered verandah to the front. The modern kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with an excellent range of units and worktops and has a dual gas/electric range cooker, a cooker hood, an integrated dishwasher and fridge-freezer, and a gas combination boiler. From the breakfast area, a sliding patio door leads to a large garden room with a tiled floor, French doors and a step to the garden.
The master bedroom, which is currently used as a family snug, has an attractive bay window to the front, and a range of fitted wardrobes. Next to it, there is a shower room with fully tiled walls, walk-in shower, WC and wash basin.
The large first floor landing has a study area, an airing cupboard and access to eaves storage space. There are 3 first floor bedrooms and a bathroom with bath, WC, wash basin and fully tiled walls.
Outside, there is a detached garage complex with up-and-over door, pitched roof (providing ample eaves storage space), lighting and power points. Immediately to the rear of the garage there is a separate utility room/home office which leads to a covered outdoor entertaining area.
Set back from the road, Quinneys has a gravel driveway providing ample off road parking, flower and shrub borders and a block paved footpath to the front door. The drive continues to the side of the property, where there is a large, attractively paved terrace with a timber balustrade.
There is a lawn interspersed with shrubs, a kitchen garden area with raised beds, and a picket fence leading to a small orchard with a timber shed.
DIRECTIONS: From Wimborne, proceed south along Poole Road, over Canford Bridge and up Oakley Hill. At the roundabout, take the first exit. Take the second turning on the right, into Delph Road, and number 2 can be found on the right hand side.
COUNCIL TAX: Band D
EPC RATING: Band E