Built in the 1930s and re-modelled and updated in recent years, this attractive property benefits from gas central heating, UPVC double glazed windows and all mains services. It was traditionally built, with painted brick and colour-washed render elevations, 2 feature bays, a tiled canopy and a roof of small plain tiles (with a rendered chimney). Wimborne town centre offers a good range of shops including a Waitrose store, and there is easy access by road to the coastal towns of Poole and Bournemouth, both of which have mainline rail links to London Waterloo. The area is well served by state and independent schools.
A covered entrance way leads to an entrance hall with an under stairs cupboard and a door to a small garage/store. There is a shower room with corner shower cubicle, wash basin and WC. The living room has an attractive bay window overlooking the front garden. A particular feature is the superb kitchen/dining/family area which has a door to the garden, modern work surfaces and units, Rangemaster range cooker (available by separate negotiation), Neff extractor, space for dishwasher and fridge, and quality flooring. The dining area has a wrought iron fireplace (with gas fire) and a door to the garden. There is a study with a door to outside. The first floor landing has loft access. The master bedroom is a large double with an attractive bay window giving an open outlook. Bedroom 2 is a double overlooking the rear garden, with fitted wardrobes. Bedroom 3 is a single room to the rear, and there is a fully tiled bathroom.
The original garage was sub-divided to create the ground floor shower room, and the remaining space is used for as a small garage/store. A shingle driveway provides a parking space. The front garden is enclosed by a low brick wall and has a small lawn, well stocked borders and a beech hedge. The rear garden is enclosed by timber fencing and established hedges and features a well maintained lawn, flower and shrub borders, a full width sun deck and a chalet.
DIRECTIONS: From Wimborne, proceed south over Canford Bridge and up Oakley Hill, and turn right into Merley Ways. At the T-junction, turn left, and number 16 can be found on the right hand side, just before the road bends to the right.
COUNCIL TAX: Band E
EPC RATING: Band E