Traditionally constructed in 1976, and occupied by the present owners since 2009, the property has been refurbished and modernised to a high standard. It has stone and rendered elevations under a roof of small plain tiles with an A-frame gable to the front, and a tall brick chimney. Connected to mains water and electricity, the property has septic tank drainage and oil fired heating.
The interior is presented to a high standard, with quality floor coverings throughout including large ceramic tiles and carpeting, and an impressive kitchen/dining/family area with bifold doors to the garden.
A covered entrance way and an oak front door (with full height oak and glass side screens) lead to a spacious entrance hall with exposed brick wall feature and access to a shower room (with shower cubicle, wash basin, WC and Travertine floor.)
There is a spacious living room with a stone open fireplace (with wood burning stove) and an attractive bay window overlooking the front courtyard. A door leads to an attractive garden room with a roof lantern and casement doors to the rear garden.
The superb, L-shaped kitchen/dining/family room has bifold doors to the garden, an excellent range of black quartz work surfaces, circular stainless steel sink, an extensive range of contemporary high gloss units, twin Neff ovens, Neff touch-control induction hob, gas wok burner (LPG gas), contemporary extractor unit, and utility area with matching quartz surfaces, contrasting dark grey cabinets and built-in Samsung American style fridge-freezer. The dining/family area has space for table, chairs and sofa, and an exposed brick wall feature.
An oak stable door leads to a large utility room with worktops, stainless steel sink, oak-faced units, space for white goods, ceramic tiled floor and doors to the garage and front and rear gardens.
Bedroom 4 is a double bedroom to the front. Stairs from the hall lead to a semi-galleried first floor landing with loft access and 2 built-in cupboards. Bedrooms 1 and 2 are large double rooms with wall-to-wall fitted wardrobes, and bedroom 3 is an L-shaped double room currently used as a study, with fitted furniture, worktops and bookshelves.
The bath/shower room has bath, shower cubicle, wash basin and WC.
Outside, there is an attached single garage with electric door, power and exterior lighting. The front garden is enclosed by close boarded and post-and-rail fencing and a grass verge, and a large area of grey stone providing parking for about 8 vehicles.
The flat, rectangular rear garden is private, being enclosed by close boarded fencing, and has a large lawn, a shingle terrace, space for greenhouse and sheds, a large timber deck, an entertaining terrace and exterior power sockets.
DIRECTIONS: From Wimborne, proceed west along the A31 towards Dorchester. At the Roundhouse roundabout at Sturminster Marshall, take the second exit and continue along theA31. Proceed past Charborough Park and the World’s End pub on the left and, opposite the Botany Baye Inne, turn right into Winterborne Zelston. The property can be found about 200 yards along on the left hand side.
COUNCIL TAX: Band F
EPC RATING: Band E