The town centre, which is within 15 minutes' walk, offers an excellent range of retail and leisure facilities, and the coastal towns of Poole and Bournemouth are easily accessible by car. Traditionally built in the 1960s by Harry J Palmer (Broadstone) Ltd, the bungalow has facing brick and rendered elevations under a concrete tiled roof. It is connected to all mains services, and has gas central heating (with combination boiler) and UPVC double glazed windows and doors. The gardens have been landscaped for ease of maintenance.
A paved pathway and steps lead to the entrance vestibule, off of which there is a spacious reception hall with loft access, a cupboard housing the gas combination boiler and water cylinder, and a double coat cupboard. The impressive, L-shaped, dual aspect sitting room has open views and a brick fireplace (with inset electric fire). The principal bedroom is a spacious double with a comprehensive range of furniture and a well presented en suite shower room, and the spacious second bedroom has an attractive Georgian style window, a door to the garden, and oak flooring. The dining room/bedroom 3 is a double room with a comprehensive range of furniture and oak flooring. There is a well presented modern kitchen with a stainless steel sink, post formed work surfaces, base and wall cupboards, drawers, and concealed worktop lighting. The appliances include a Kenwood gas range cooker (with 5-burner hob), extractor hood, and integrated dishwasher, washing machine, larder fridge and drawer freezer. The well presented, fully tiled family bathroom has a shower bath, a vanity wash basin and a WC (with concealed cistern).
The detached garage has lighting, power, fitted fridge-freezer and dryer, up-and-over door, personal door and small workshop to the rear. A paved driveway provides space to park a vehicle. The private side garden is enclosed by high hedges and brick walling and has a well maintained lawn, paved pathways and particularly well stocked flower and shrub borders. There is an external water softener (with salt feed). The front garden has been landscaped for ease of maintenance, and features a large paved area, shingle beds, planted stone stack walling, established shrubs, grasses, climbing roses, yucca and lavender.
Directions: From the roundabout next to Wimborne Fire Station, proceed along Allenview Road and take the third turning on the right, into Lacy Drive. Number 19 can be found on the left hand side, at the junction with Glendale Close.
Council Tax Band: E
EPC Rating: D
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN