Tastefully decorated throughout, the property has been refurbished and maintained to an excellent standard, with a gas fired central heating system, UPVC double glazing, and provides adaptable living accommodation to meet a number of individual requirements.
Situated in a well established residential road (off a service road), the property is within level walking distance of a Co-op general store/Post Office, local bus services, and excellent schools for all age groups are close by. The market town of Wimborne Minster is approximately 2 miles offering a wide range of amenities, and the coastal towns of Poole and Bournemouth both have mainline railway stations to London Waterloo.
The nicely proportioned living accommodation comprises of a front door leading to the spacious main reception hall with solid oak flooring, and a deep laundry cupboard (with appliance space and plumbing for washing machine).
From the hall, glazed double doors open through to the spacious lounge which enjoys a delightful aspect over the rear garden, with double glazed French doors to a raised timber sun deck.
The superb, double aspect, contemporary style open plan kitchen/dining room has a Travertine tiled floor, and comprises an integrated Neff 5-burner gas hob with cooker hood above, Neff electric double oven, integrated dishwasher, space for an American style fridge/freezer, and door to outside.
There are 2 ground floor bedrooms, and a family bathroom comprising a panelled bath with wall mounted shower fitment and glazed shower screen, WC, pedestal wash hand basin, and a ladder rack style radiator.
From the main reception hall, there is a staircase which leads to the first floor landing with a double glazed skylight, access to loft space, and an airing cupboard containing a gas fired central heating boiler (replaced in 2018).
The main bedroom has dual aspect windows, an excellent range of fitted bedroom furniture comprising chest of drawers, storage cupboards, and dressing table. Bedroom 2 also has dual aspect windows and built-in wardrobes, and there is a second bathroom to the first floor.
Outside, the front garden is bound by hedging, with a driveway providing off road parking and a side access to the rear garden. The rear garden has a useful lean-to garden store, and immediately adjacent to the property there is a raised timber sun deck with steps leading down to a lower lawn. The rear garden affords a large degree of privacy which is predominately laid to lawn, with a picket fence and gate providing access to the rear section of garden where there is a further paved patio, rockery, and a garden shed. The garden has a large expanse of lawn with established trees and shrubs, which is neatly maintained and extends down to a stream which adjoins open countryside.
DIRECTIONS: From Wimborne, proceed up Rowlands Hill, bearing left at the roundabout and continuing along Wimborne Road. At the staggered crossroads opposite the Co-op general store/Post Office, proceed across into Lonnen Road. Proceed down Lonnen Road for some distance, and there is a small service road on the left. Number 39 can be found at the far end.
COUNCIL TAX: Band E.
EPC RATING: Band D.