Built in 1977 and extended in 1986, the property provides well proportioned living accommodation benefitting from oil fired central heating and double glazing. There is scope to extend into the roof space, subject to planning consent.
Woodhuish is set in a delightful location adjacent to a bridleway leading to many scenic walks, National Trust land and Holt Heath, which is a National Nature Reserve, a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a RAMSAR protected habitat. The market town of Wimborne Minster, approximately 4 miles away, offers a wide range of shops, schools and other amenities, and there is easy access by road to the A31, Ringwood and the M27.
There is an entrance hall with a built-in coat cupboard. The spacious, well proportioned, dual aspect sitting room has a log burner, and patio doors to a raised sun deck. The adjoining dining room has a log burner and a sliding patio door to the sun deck.
The attractive, dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room has an excellent range of units, ample worktops, electric Aga, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for American style fridge-freezer, and a pair of French doors to a side garden terrace suitable for al fresco dining, with lovely views across open countryside.
Off the entrance hall, bedroom 1 has a range of built-in wardrobes, French doors to the garden, and a large en suite shower room with a shelved alcove.
There is an inner hall with a tiled floor, a storage cupboard, a cupboard housing an Ariston pressurised hot water cylinder, and a door to the garden. Bedroom 2 is a double room with a walk-in wardrobe and an en suite bathroom. Bedroom 3 is a spacious double room, and there is a family shower room with walk-in shower, wash basin and WC.
There are 2 access points to the large roof space which provides ample storage space.
Approaching the property from the heath, there is a long, private driveway which is owned by the adjacent property, Weavers Thatch, and there is a Right of Way access over it. As you go over the cattle grid, the land immediately to the right, within the curtilage of Woodhuish Coniferales, has a separate gated access to a woodland area and a range of dilapidated pig sties.
The drive continues to the main gates which lead to the front of the property and a large parking area. There is a large workshop with sliding doors, lighting and power points, and facilities for toilet and wash basin (currently not connected).
To the far side of this building there is a timber garden studio and a substantial timber shed.
The neatly maintained formal gardens have lawns, flower and shrub borders, an external oil fired central heating boiler and an oil storage tank. The top garden has a further parking area and is lawned with raised beds, a soft fruit cage, a polytunnel and a summerhouse. The grounds amount in total to approximately 1.3 acres.
DIRECTIONS: From Wimborne, proceed up Rowlands Hill into Colehill, passing Colehill cricket ground on the left. At the war memorial, turn left into Colehill Lane. At the crossroads, proceed straight ahead and follow the road for about a mile, into Broomhill. At the crossroads, proceed straight ahead, over the ford and up a steep hill, where the road turns to the left. Continue along this road, and, just after the cattle grid, turn left into an unmade lane. The unmade leads to Weavers Thatch and Woodhuish Coniferales.
COUNCIL TAX: Band F
EPC RATING: Band D