Traditionally constructed in 2011, with facing brick and render elevations, a roof of small plain tiles, and a brick chimney, the house is in excellent condition throughout, with a high standard of decoration and floor coverings. It is connected to all mains services and has gas central heating (with under floor heating to the ground floor and radiators to the first floor), and UPVC double glazed windows. This large family home offers ‘easy living’, having light, well proportioned rooms and manageable, enclosed gardens which surround the house and predominantly face south and west.
The property is within walking distance of local shops and First and Middle Schools, and Wimborne town centre offers a wide range of retail and leisure amenities. There is easy access by road to the coastal towns of Poole and Bournemouth, both of which have mainline rail links to London Waterloo.
A gabled entrance porch leads to an entrance hall with a ceramic tiled floor and a cloakroom. There is a spacious, triple aspect lounge with an attractive limestone fireplace (with inset gas fire) and 2 pairs of casement doors to outside. The large study to the front could be used as a fifth bedroom.
A particular feature is the well designed, contemporary style kitchen/dining room which has an excellent range of high gloss units and black granite work surfaces, a ceramic tiled floor, a stainless steel under-bowl sink, concealed worktop lighting, and integrated appliances including AEG double fan oven, AEG 5-burner hob, extractor unit, dishwasher, larder fridge and drawer freezer. There is a walk-in under stairs cupboard, and a door to a rear porch (which has access to the garage, and a stable door to outside).
A straight staircase leads to a large, L-shaped landing with an airing cupboard. The spacious master bedroom has a large, mirror-fronted fitted wardrobe, and an en suite shower room.
Bedroom 2 has 2 built-in double wardrobes, and bedrooms 3 and 4 are both spacious double rooms. There is a fully tiled family bathroom with shower bath, vanity wash basin and WC.
There is an attached double garage, arranged as 2 single garages (with 2 electric up-and-over doors) and a pavioured driveway offering space to park 3 vehicles. The gardens, which surround the house and are enclosed by picket fencing and close boarded fencing, comprise lawns, established shrubs, paved pathways, a shed and a large paved terrace outside the lounge.
DIRECTIONS: From Wimborne, proceed up Rowlands Hill and along Wimborne Road to the staggered crossroads opposite Colehill Post Office/Co-op store. Turn right into Middlehill Road and proceed past Colehill Library. Number 111 can be found in the small development at the junction with Pilford Heath Road.
COUNCIL TAX: Band F
EPC RATING: Band B