The property has undergone a programme of refurbishment over the course of the last 5 years and is presented in excellent decorative order, with landscaped low maintenance gardens, garaging and off-road parking. There is a gas fired central heating system (boiler replaced in 2017), replacement UPVC double glazed windows, modern fitted kitchen and bathrooms, and Karndean flooring to the majority of the ground floor.
Situated on the southern slopes of Colehill, the property has easy access to local first and middle schools, shops including the Co-Op/Post Office stores and bus services connect to Bournemouth (approximately 8 miles) with its mainline railway station to London Waterloo and the market town of Wimborne Minster which provides an excellent range of amenities.
The property has been previously extended and provides good sized accommodation and comprises a covered entrance way with front door to reception hall with understairs storage cupboard. Cloakroom with WC, wash hand basin, wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler and fully tiled walls. The lounge has a patio door leading to the terrace and rear garden. Study with dual aspect windows. The kitchen/dining room was refitted approximately 5 years ago and has an excellent range of high gloss contemporary units and ample working surfaces, appliance space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, cupboard housing water softener, integrated dishwasher, Neff electric induction hob with cooker hood above, Neff electric oven and separate combination oven, and space for upright fridge/freezer. To the first floor, there is a landing with access to loft space and airing cupboard. Bedroom One has a comprehensive range of built-in wardrobes and fitted bedroom furniture. En suite shower room which has a power shower. Three further bedrooms. Family bathroom with a modern white suite comprising bath with shower end, glazed screen and wall mounted shower fitment, vanity wash hand basin, WC and fully tiled walls.
Outside, the property stands on a prime corner plot on the junction with Canford View Drive. The drive access is off Bridle Way and leads to a detached garage with lighting, power points and up-and-over door. There is an adjacent shed with lighting. The front garden has been arranged for low maintenance and is well stocked with shrubs. A side garden gate provides access to the rear garden which has been professionally landscaped with a raised Indian limestone paved patio with a pergola. Raised sleeper flower beds. Steps lead to a lower garden area which has a high-quality artificial grass lawn. The garden is nicely enclosed.
Directions: From Wimborne, proceed along Leigh Road which then becomes Wimborne Road West. Just before the petrol station on the left-hand side, turn into Hayes Lane. At the end of Hayes Lane, turn left into Middlehill Road and take the next turning on the right into Bridle Way. Number 64 can be found on the right-hand side, on the corner with Canford View Drive.
Council Tax Band: D
EPC Rating: Band D
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