The property was originally built in the 1930s as a detached 2/3 bedroom bungalow and has been substantially extended in more recent times, including a fourth bedroom on the first floor. Traditionally built, the property has brick and cement rendered elevations, under a small plain tiled roof with a flat roof timber clad dormer. The property is connected to all mains services and has a gas heating system and UVPC double glazed windows throughout. The property has great potential to extend, subject to the necessary planning consents. Local shopping facilities and excellent schools are close by, also within a short walk to Leigh Common and Bytheway field with a childrens playground.
Open fronted entrance porch. T' shaped entrance hall with understairs cupboard. Ground floor cloakroom with plumbing for washing machine. The main living room is a large room and has an open fireplace. Double doors lead to an enclosed loggia with sliding doors to the rear garden and a door to the garage. Directly off the living room, there is a large double bedroom with double aspect that could easily be used as a lounge or study. A feature of the bungalow is a particularly large kitchen/family/dining room which has double and single door access to the garden. The kitchen has a range of working surfaces with base cupboards and drawers beneath, range of matching wall cabinets including glass fronted china cabinets. Appliances include a Belling fan assisted double oven, ceramic hob and extractor fan. Space for fridge and dishwasher. Family dining area with triple aspect and fine views over the garden. Bedroom two is a good size double bedroom. Bedroom three has views over the rear garden. Ground floor bathroom/shower room has a modern bath, basin, WC and enclosed shower cubicle. From the hallway, a straight staircase leads to bedroom one which is a double bedroom with eaves storage space and a superb view over the rear garden.
Outside, there is an integral single garage. The property is approached from the highway via a wide tarmac driveway with parking for at least 6 vehicles. The front garden is enclosed by an established tree and shrub line with three mature oak trees, beech hedge and rhododendrons. There is also a large laurel screen. The rear garden is an outstanding feature extending to over 150' in depth. The garden is flat and east facing. Offering almost complete privacy, the garden has been arranged primarily as a large flat lawn area interspersed with a rose bed and paved pathway. Enclosed by a belt of evergreens including rhododendrons, holly, blackthorn and conifers. A pergola and walkway leads to the top garden area which is again laid to lawn and very private.
Directions: From Wimborne, proceed along Leigh Road which then becomes Wimborne Road West. Turn left, just before the petrol station into Hayes Lane. Number 4 can be found on the right and side.
Council Tax Band: E
EPC Rating: E
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN