A well presented 4 bedroom detached chalet style country house, set on the edge of this delightful village, with lovely views over open countryside. Lone Oak is situated in this picturesque village, set back off an avenue of lime trees, close to the village centre.
Bloxworth is noted for its 14th century parish church of St Andrew and is in a quiet rural setting within commuting distance of the larger towns of Poole, Bournemouth and Dorchester, and the market towns of Wareham, Wimborne Minster and Blandford Forum. Mainline railway stations giving access to London Waterloo are available at Wareham and Poole.
The property has undergone a programme of redecoration and refurbishment and is set within a large garden plot with a number of outbuildings including garaging, woodstore, home office, a large workshop and potting shed.
Tastefully presented throughout, there is Karndean flooring to the majority of the ground floor and the property benefits from an oil fired central heating system and UPVC double glazing. The spacious and well proportioned light and airy accommodation comprises of a front door opening to a large reception hall with fitted storage cupboard. Ground floor cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin. The charming sitting room has dual aspect windows and features an ‘Adams’ style open fireplace. There is a separate ‘through’ lounge/dining room which has a recessed fireplace with an inset wood burning stove, dual aspect windows to the front and rear elevations, and a pair of UPVC double glazed French doors open to a large rear sun deck. The kitchen/breakfast room has been refitted with painted oak fitted units with solid oak worktops and a Belfast sink. The kitchen features a custom-made French dresser with display cabinets and basket drawers. Integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Rangemaster dual fuel range cooker with electric ovens and a propane gas hob. Cooker hood above. Large larder cupboards. A rear door leads to a side enclosed porch. Separate utility room with a Potterton oil fired central heating boiler, appliance space and plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer.
From the main reception hall, a staircase with turned spindles leads to the first floor landing. Bedroom One has outstanding and far reaching country views. En suite bathroom with feature roll top bath, WC, pedestal wash hand basin and ceramic tiled floor. Bedroom two has a built-in wardrobe, access to the loft space which is partially boarded and there are excellent views across open countryside. Bedroom three has windows to two elevations. Bedroom four overlooks the front garden and has a secondary access to the loft space which is partially boarded and has a fitted light. The family shower room has a large walk-in shower with wall mounted Triton electric shower fitment, low cistern WC and pedestal wash hand basin.
Outside, there are a number of outbuildings which include a garage with swing timber doors, lighting, power points and personal rear door to the garden. Within the rear complex of outbuildings, there is a covered wood store with a home office measuring approximately 19’4” x 9’ with lighting, power points and UPVC double glazed French doors. A connecting door leads to a large workshop which has high swing doors (approximately 8’3” in height). The overall workshop measures 23’8” x 17’6”.
Lone Oak is set well back from the country lane and is approached off a gravelled driveway. The front garden is lawned interspersed with a selection of shrubs and shrub beds. Access either side of the property leads to the rear garden. Immediately adjacent to the property, running the full width of the chalet, is a raised timber sundeck with balustrade. There is a large expanse of lawn. Kitchen garden raised beds. Timber potting shed. Hedgerow boundary. From the garden, there are outstanding views across the valley.
Directions: From Poole, proceed along the A35 in the direction of Dorchester and at the Bakers Arms roundabout, go straight over and stay on the A35. Go past the turning to Organford on the left, continue past the turning on the right to Lytchett Matravers and the turning to Morden. Take the next tuning on the right to Bloxworth and proceed into the village. Lone Oak can be found, before reaching the village centre, on the right hand side.
COUNCIL TAX: Currently Band D
EPC RATING: Band D