The View is a stunning, contemporary style 4 double bedroom detached family home on an elevated site BENEFITTING FROM OUTSTANDING SOUTH-WESTERLY VIEWS TOWARDS THE COAST.
In addition to the main house, there is a LARGE, SELF-CONTAINED 2 BEDROOM ANNEXE and therefore the house could be a 6 bedroom home, or the annexe could be used as a dependent relative suite or offices. There could be the benefit of a substantial income via bed and breakfast or Airbnb.
Originally built in 1975 as a detached 3 bedroom bungalow, The View was extended, re-modelled and refurbished by the current owners in 2008, and the accommodation, which is arranged over 2 floors, now extends to 2,700ft².
Traditionally built with stone and rendered elevations under a hipped plain tiled roof, the house is connected to all mains services and has under floor gas central heating, UPVC double glazing and cavity wall insulation. There is quality resin flooring throughout the ground floor.
Wimborne town centre, which is about 1 mile away, offers a comprehensive range of amenities, and the area is well served by both state and independent schools.
Situated on a prominent corner site, The View has an outstanding outlook from all principal windows. Particular features include a magnificent kitchen/living/dining area, and the reception hallway has full height glass screens and an open tread oak and glass staircase to the first floor. The large annexe is also an impressive asset.
The View offers an unusual opportunity to purchase an individual, contemporary home offering flexible accommodation and outstanding south-westerly views over the surrounding area.
There is a most impressive reception hall with feature full height double glazed screens and an open tread oak, glass and chrome staircase to the first floor. A pair of oak casement doors lead to the magnificent kitchen/dining/living area.
The living area has full width bi-fold double glazed doors to the terrace and gardens, and an impressive state-of-the-art, swivelling wood burning stove on a circular quartz plinth.
The dining area has space for sofas and a table and chairs, and double glazed casement doors leading to the entertaining deck and garden.
The kitchen has a range of contemporary high gloss units, a wide peninsular quartz work surface, and a comprehensive range of units incorporating a breakfast bar. Appliances include a Philips Whirlpool oven, a Philips Whirlpool microwave, a Neff 5-burner gas hob (with suspended extractor above), an integrated Samsung American style fridge/freezer, and a fitted dishwasher.
The separate utility room has a stainless steel sink unit, worktop, base cupboards, space for washing machine, cupboard housing the wall mounted boiler, and door to outside.
From the hall, a straight open tread staircase leads to the long first floor landing. Double oak casement doors lead to the superb principal bedroom which has a walk-in wardrobe, airing and blanket cupboards, and 3 double glazed casement doors to a private balcony (with timber deck floor and chrome and glass screens) giving breathtaking views towards the coast. A door leads to an impressive en suite bath/shower room with double-ended bath, twin inset wash basins in an oak vanity unit, concealed cistern WC, and walk-in shower.
Bedroom 2 is a spacious double room with a walk-in wardrobe and a feature full height glass screen providing an outstanding view. Bedroom 3 is a double room with a walk-in wardrobe cupboard, a shower facility, a wash basin and a WC, and there is a spacious fourth bedroom.
The family bath/shower room has bath, walk-in shower, wash basin and WC.
THE ANNEXE: From the house’s reception hall, glazed oak double doors lead to the entrance hall of the annexe. The spacious living room has double doors to outside, and an arch and walkway lead to the kitchen which has a sink module (incorporating a small ceramic hob, fridge and microwave) and there is space for a cooker and table and chairs. Both bedrooms are spacious and there is a shower room with fully enclosed steam shower, semi-pedestal wash basin, concealed cistern WC and tiled walls.
The View is approached via a wide tarmac driveway which leads to a substantial detached double garage (with pitched roof, 2 up-and-over doors, personal door, lighting and power.) There is a turning area and excellent parking for at least 6 vehicles.
The gardens, which surround the house on 3 sides, are enclosed by walling and close boarded fencing. To the south-west side, there is an impressive stone entertaining terrace with space for a hot tub. There is also a raised timber deck, a lawn and space for pots.
COUNCIL TAX: Band F
EPC RATING: Band C