Built in 1966 and occupied by our clients’ family since 1970, the house has been extended twice, and no expense has been spared in creating a high specification family home. It is connected to all mains services and has gas central heating and UPVC double glazing. Particular features include a large, L-shaped living room and a superb kitchen/dining room.
Local shops are available nearby, and there is easy access to the centre of Wimborne, with its wide range of amenities, and the coastal towns of Poole and Bournemouth, both of which have mainline rail links to London Waterloo.
Pondarosa has an L-shaped entrance hallway with quality flooring and an under stairs cupboard. The ground floor bathroom has a dado rail and panelling, a bath, a wash basin and a WC.
There is a superb, triple aspect living room with a brick fireplace and a pair of UPVC double glazed casement doors to the garden.
The impressive kitchen/dining room has an excellent range of solid oak surfaces, 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink, a good range of base and wall cupboards and drawers, Hotpoint double fan oven, 5-burner gas hob, extractor, integrated dishwasher, waste disposal unit and ceramic tiled floor. The dining area has space for a table and chairs and a sofa, and a pair of UPVC double glazed casement doors give a lovely view of the rear garden.
There is a utility porch with ceramic tiled floor, space for white goods, and door to outside.
The first floor landing has loft access. The superb, dual aspect principal bedroom has fine views over the garden. Bedroom 2 is a spacious double with a rear aspect, and bedroom 3 is a smaller double to the front.
There is a luxury shower room with a walk-in double shower cubicle (with rainwater shower head and handspray), vanity basin, WC and quality flooring.
A long tarmac driveway provides parking for numerous vehicles/boat/caravan and leads to an L-shaped double garage/workshop with electric up-and-over door. The front garden is enclosed by conifer hedges and brick walling, and features a lawn, a lamp post, climbing roses and box hedges.
An archway, a gate and a crazy paved path lead to the impressive rear garden which includes a large lawn with inset brick stepping stones, a raised entertaining terrace, a rose arbour, a smaller terrace enclose by a low hedge, and trees including fir, willow, birch and apple.
DIRECTIONS: From Wimborne, proceed along Leigh Road, which becomes Wimborne Road West. Just before the petrol station, turn left into Hayes Lane. Proceed past the left hand turning to Cedar Drive, and number 43a can be found on the left hand side, before reaching the right hand turning to Dales Drive.
COUNCIL TAX: Band E
EPC RATING: Band E