Built in 1965, and extended twice since then, the property’s external appearance from the front belies its spacious accommodation. It is connected to all mains services, and benefits from gas central heating, UPVC double glazed windows, downlighters, a hot tub and a feature oak front door.
An internal inspection is essential to appreciate the footprint of this unusual family home, which offers 2 bathrooms and 3 large double bedrooms, with the possibility of converting the master bedroom into 2.
The large kitchen/dining room features double doors to a balcony with a wrought iron balustrade, leading to the garden, swimming pool and decking. There is an outstanding view over the valley.
The kitchen includes an excellent range of base and wall cupboards and drawers, retractable larders. granite work surfaces, a large island unit incorporating a Britannia range cooker (with overhead extraction unit) and a breakfast bar, an integrated dishwasher and an American style fridge-freezer. There is a separate utility room, and the kitchen and hallway have quality Karndean style flooring.
From the upper level, stairs lead down to a superb living room with an inset wood burning stove, and sliding doors to an Indian sandstone terrace and decking area around the pool. Off the living room, there is a study/library area with a concealed cupboard.
Outside, there is an attached double garage, and off road parking for at least 4 vehicles.
The rear garden offers almost complete privacy and is enclosed by close boarded fencing, laurel hedges and conifers, with 2 established palm trees. The lower garden has a large lawn where there is a large, full width Indian sandstone terrace leading down to the swimming pool (with sand filter, pump, weatherproof composite deck and wrought iron balustrade). There is a large covered area with a hot tub, a covered entertaining area outside the sitting room, a pool house, a garden shed, and a barbecue area with a bar.
AGENTS’ NOTE: We understand that the solar panel system yields in excess of £1200 per annum, tax-free, and indexed for the next 18 years.
DIRECTIONS: From the Windgreen roundabout in Corfe Mullen, proceed along Wareham Road, passing Phelipps Road and South Road on the left. Proceed past the right hand junction with Henbury View Road. Turn left into the unmade Brownsea Avenue and turn immediately right into the unmade part of Wareham Road. Number 91 can be found on the left hand side.
COUNCIL TAX: Band E
EPC RATING: Band D