Built in 1986 by Harry J Palmer, the property has been well maintained and refurbished to an excellent standard. It stands in an elevated position in a small cul-de-sac, with some far reaching views towards the coastline. The spacious living accommodation benefits from a gas fired central heating system, solid oak internal doors, recently re-fitted kitchen with oak worktops and integrated appliances, large double garage with utility area, and the majority of the windows have been replaced with UPVC double glazing.
A covered entrance way with a front door leads through to the main reception hall (with understairs storage cupboard,) and a downstairs cloakroom. The spacious lounge features a stone open fireplace and an archway leads to the dining room (presently arranged as a family snug) with a double glazed sliding patio door to the rear garden, and a serving hatch to the kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen has been re-fitted with a range of Howden units having solid oak worktops, inset sink with boiling hot water tap and waste disposal unit, Lamona microwave, Lamona electric double oven and warming drawer, Neff gas hob with cooker hood above, appliance space and plumbing for dishwasher, space for an American style fridge/freezer, breakfast bar peninsular unit with space for chairs, wall mounted cupboard housing a Worcester gas fired central hating boiler, and UPVC double glazed door to the garden. To the fist floor, there is a landing with access to loft space and airing cupboard, a master bedroom with a range of built-in wardrobes and an en suite shower room, 3 further bedrooms, and a modern fitted bath/shower room with 'P' shaped bath, wall mounted shower fitment, semi pedestal wash hand basin, WC, half tiled walls and a ladder rack style radiator.
Outside, the front garden is open plan with a selection of specimen shrubs, and a wide driveway with timber gates provides ample off road parking leads to the detached double garage (with pitched roof providing ample eaves storage space, 2 up-and-over doors, lighting and power points, and plumbing for washing machine forming a utility area). The rear garden has a patio, and centre lawn interspersed with a selection of trees and shrubs.
Directions: From Wimborne, proceed up Rowlands Hill, past Colehill Cricket Ground and along Wimborne Road to the crossroads opposite Colehill Post Office. Turn right into Middlehill Road and proceed past Colehill First School. Continue down the hill and turn left into Bridle Way, and follow the road round. Number 114 can be found in a small cul-de-sac on the right hand side.
Council Tax Band: E
EPC Rating: D
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN