Built in 1959, the property has been well maintained and refurbished, with a rear extension which took place in 1972 providing spacious accommodation. It has a gas fired central heating system (boiler replaced in 2016), and hardwood sealed unit double glazed windows.
An integral porch with hardwood front door leads through to a spacious reception hall with built-in cloaks cupboard, access to a boarded loft area (with drop-down ladder), and a fully tiled shower room. A nicely proportioned sitting room features a stone open fireplace with an inset coal effect gas fire. The kitchen/dining room has an excellent range of oak fronted kitchen units with ample worktops incorporating a number of integrated appliances (which include a Neff electric hob with cooker hood above and Neff electric oven), appliance space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, central peninsular unit and breakfast bar (with space below the counter for fridge and freezer,) and a further range of built-in cupboards contains the airing cupboard and Baxi gas fired central heating boiler. There are 3 double sized bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, and a fourth bedroom/study. A rear hall has a linen cupboard and a door to the garden. The family shower room has a corner shower, WC, pedestal wash hand basin, and fully tiled walls (this room could easily be reinstated as a bathroom, if required.)
Outside, there is a detached garage with electric up-and-over door, lighting and power points. The property has a low, stone garden boundary wall with a wide driveway providing ample off road parking leads to the side of the property where there are wrought iron gates. The front garden is arranged for ease of maintenance with gravelled areas interspersed with a selection of specimen shrubs. The rear garden is an outstanding feature of the property affords a large degree of privacy and is arranged for ease of maintenance, with a raised garden terrace, paved and gravelled areas interspersed with flower and shrub beds. A picket fence leads to the rear section of garden where there is a summerhouse and timber store.
Directions: From The Broadway in the centre of Broadstone, proceed to the roundabout at the junction with Dunyeats Road, Higher Blandford Road and Clarendon Road. Take the second exit into Clarendon Road, and the first turning on the left into West Way. Follow the road round to the right and it becomes Upton Way, and Number 114 can be found at the far end on the right hand side.
Council Tax Band: F
EPC Rating: D
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN