Built in the late 1930s, the property has been extended and refurbished in recent years to provide deceptively spacious
accommodation, and is situated in a particularly desirable cul-de-sac which offers a level, 5-minute walk across the park to many town centre amenities. The house benefits from gas central heating, double glazing, a driveway providing off road parking, a large garage/workshop and a nicely enclosed, private rear garden.
An integral entrance porch leads to a reception hall with a cloakroom (with under stairs cupboard and coat hanging area). There are 2 reception rooms, and a large kitchen/breakfast room with French doors to the rear garden, oak-faced units, 4-burner gas hob, extractor hood, Belling electric double oven, larder fridge, space and plumbing for dishwasher and a wall mounted cupboard containing a Worcester gas central heating boiler. There is a separate utility room with a personal door to the garage, space for upright fridge-freezer, plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. A staircase with quarter and three quarter landings leads to a first floor landing with a walk-in airing cupboard. Bedroom 1 has a built-in cupboard and an en suite shower room. Bedroom 2 has a square bay window overlooking the park and bedroom 3 has a delightful aspect over the rear garden. There is a fourth bedroom and a spacious family bathroom, and the lower landing has loft access.
The front garden is enclosed by a low brick wall and has gates to the driveway. The attached garage/workshop has an up-and-over door, lighting, power points, and double doors to the private rear garden which has a paved terrace, a lawn interspersed with trees, wide shrub borders and an exterior water tap.
Directions: From the Pye Corner roundabout (next to The Minster Arms and The Green Man pubs), proceed towards Blandford on Victoria Road. Just before reaching Wimborne Hospital on the left, turn right into Redcotts Road, and number 2 can be found on the left hand side.
Council Tax Band: E
EPC Rating: E
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN