Traditionally built in 1969 by Harry J Palmer (Broadstone) Ltd, with brick and tile hung elevations under a concrete tiled roof, and occupied by the current owners since new, the house would benefit from some modernisation, and stands on a large garden plot. It benefits from gas central heating and UPVC double glazing. Wimborne offers an
excellent range of schools, shops and other amenities.
A large enclosed entrance porch (with window and door) leads to the entrance hall. There is a spacious living/dining room with fireplace surround, inset gas fire, and back boiler for hot water and central heating. There is a full height dresser, an under stairs storage cupboard, and a large picture window to the front. An inner hallway leads to a
cloakroom and to the kitchen which overlooks the rear garden and has work surfaces, base and wall cupboards, and space for cooker, washing machine and dishwasher. The spacious first floor landing has an airing cupboard. Bedrooms 1 and 2 both have built-in wardrobes, and bedroom 3 is a generous single room. There is a bathroom with bath, WC, wash basin and fully tiled walls.
A tarmac driveway provides space to park at least 2 vehicles, and leads to a large attached single garage with up-and-over door, window and personal door. The open plan front garden has a lawn, rhododendrons and a fig tree. The large rear garden is enclosed by timber fencing and high hedges, and has a lawn, a palm tree and a shingle pathway.
Directions: From Wimborne Fire Station, proceed along Allenview Road. Turn right into Lacy Drive, and number 3 is the second house on the left.
Council Tax Band: D
EPC Rating: E
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN