The house is traditionally built, with facing brick elevations (with stone mullions and banding) under a slate roof, and a brick chimney. It is connected to all mains services and has gas central heating (with combination boiler), quality UPVC double glazed windows, and quality floor coverings. Wimborne offers an excellent range of amenities including a wealth of individual shops, a Waitrose store and a theatre/cinema.
An enclosed entrance porch leads to an entrance hallway. The sitting room overlooks open farmland. There is a magnificent kitchen/dining/family room with bifold doors to the garden giving a superb view. There is an excellent range of quartz work surfaces, an under bowl sink, a comprehensive range of units with cup handles, fan oven, 4-plate ceramic hob, extractor, and integrated dishwasher, larder fridge and drawer freezer. The family area has a fireplace with an inset wood burning stove, and an under stairs storage cupboard. The rear porch has space and plumbing for washing machine, and door to garden, and access to a cloakroom with concealed cistern WC, wide wash basin and full height storage cupboard. The first floor landing has loft access, and a blanket cupboard. There are 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 of which have a fine view over the garden, and a spacious modern bathroom with bath (with Victorian style shower and rainwater shower head), basin on a stone surface, stone shelves and WC.
The front garden has a picket fence, slate beds and Indian sandstone steps and pathways. The large, west facing rear garden is enclosed by timber fencing with concrete posts. It features a large, flat, well maintained lawn, conifers, fruit trees, shrub beds and a large sandstone entertaining terrace. There is a side access pathway.
Directions: From Wimborne, proceed up Rowlands Hill and bear left at the small roundabout. Pass Colehill Cricket Ground and turn left into Greenhill Road. Number 21 can be found about 100m along, on the left hand side.
Council Tax Band: D
EPC Rating: D
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN