Built in the 1960s, the property now offers great potential for extension and refurbishment or re-building, subject to the necessary planning consents. There is ample space to extend at both ground and first floor levels.
Of traditional cavity wall construction, with rendered and Purbeck stone clad elevations under a tiled roof, the bungalow is connected to all mains services and has gas central heating and double glazing.
There is a covered entrance way, an entrance vestibule (with coat hanging area), and a long entrance hall with airing cupboard, loft access and cloakroom (with WC and wash basin.)
The living room features a briquette open fireplace, adjacent dressers, and a pair of casement doors to a dual aspect sitting/garden room with timber and marble fireplace (with fitted gas fire), superb views and door to the garden. There is a spacious kitchen/breakfast room (with original units, stainless steel sink, built-in oven and grill, and space for appliances) and a separate utility room with sink, wall mounted gas boiler, broom cupboard, shelved larder cupboard, and door to outside.
Bedroom 1 is a large double room with views over the rear garden, 3 built-in double wardrobes, and an en suite bathroom with cast iron bath, vanity wash basin, WC, and shower tray with handspray shower attachment.
Bedrooms 2 and 3 are spacious rooms with built-in cupboards, and there is a family bathroom with cast iron bath, WC and wash basin on a chrome stand. The property has an attached double garage with 2 up-and-over doors and a tarmac driveway with space for 2 vehicles. The front garden is enclosed by a planted Purbeck stone wall, and has 2 flat lawns and raised stone beds. There is access on both sides of the bungalow to the rear garden which enjoys a southerly aspect and a large degree of privacy. It is well stocked with trees and shrubs including rhododendrons, hydrangeas, cherry, magnolia and fruit trees, and enclosed by timber fencing, with a large, gently sloping lawn and a large raised sun terrace. Behind the garage there is a workshop which has a door to the garden and could be used as a study.
Directions: From Wimborne, proceed up Rowlands Hill, bearing left at the small roundabout, and proceed past Colehill Cricket Ground. Turn left into Greenhill Road and left again into Boundary Drive.
Council Tax Band: G
EPC Rating: D
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN