A delightful, very well presented 4 double bedroom detached modern village house situated in the heart of Gussage All Saints, a popular Dorset village set in the Chalk Valley, about 8 miles to north of Wimborne Minster.
Traditionally built in 1998, the property has the most attractive red brick elevations under a concrete tiled roof, and has been occupied by the present owner since new. It has oil fired central heating, mains electricity and water, a private drainage system, quality hardwood double glazed windows, large detached double garage, and is presented in good decorative order throughout, with quality floor coverings and plain walls.
The market town of Wimborne Minster is about 10 minutes’ drive away offering a wide range of amenities, while the coastal town of Poole is about 15 miles distant and the city of Salisbury is also within easy reach both of which have mainline railway stations to London Waterloo. Nearby is the popular, picturesque, conservation village of Cranborne on the fringe of the Cranborne Chase and benefits from schools, local shopping facilities and public houses.
The property extends to about 1600 square feet of living space, arranged over two floors, with many interesting features including delightful walled gardens.
A portico entrance leads through to the entrance hall with ceramic tiled floor, and a cloakroom.
The sitting room features a wood burning stove on a slate hearth, oak strip flooring, 15-pane double glazed casement doors to a veranda and outside, and double doors to a separate dining room. The dining room has oak strip flooring and double glazed 15-pane casement doors lead out to the veranda.
A spacious kitchen/breakfast room comprises a comprehensive range of solid, traditional, framed painted units with an excellent range of solid oak working surfaces, wall cupboards with cornice and bottom pelmet finish, worktop lighting, Butler sink, feature plate rack, Bosch split level single oven, built-in Hotpoint microwave, 4-burner LPG gas hob, extractor unit, integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge, integrated drawer freezer, partly tiled walls, ceramic tiled floor, space for table and chairs, floor standing oil fired boiler, and double glazed casement doors to a conservatory.
The conservatory has full height glass panels and windows, reinforced glass roof, ceramic tiled floor, double casement doors to the veranda and door to side.
From the entrance hall a dogleg staircase leads to the first floor semi-galleried landing where there is an airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.
The double aspect main bedroom overlooks the gardens, and has full height wardrobe cupboards with adjacent shelves, and an suite shower room comprising a large double shower cubicle with sliding glass door, chrome shower and handspray shower attachment, a ceramic bowl sits on an oak pedestal, low level WC, and partly tiled walls.
Bedroom 2 is a double sized bedroom with a built-in wardrobe, bedroom 3 is also a double sized bedroom with a built-in double wardrobe, and bedroom 4 is a smaller double bedroom.
The family bathroom comprises a modern panelled bath with chrome shower and handspray shower attachment, pedestal wash basin, and WC.
There is large detached double garage with a small, plain tiled ridged roof, up-and-over door, side window and personal door. A tarmac driveway leads from the highway via a 5-bar farm style gate to a gravelled courtyard and turning area which is partly walled-in with a wide variety of shrubs. The walled-in rear garden offers complete privacy which is laid to lawn with a wealth of established trees and shrubs. There is a covered veranda with an Indian Sandstone floor, established grapevine and climbing roses. There is a further area of lawn with a circular terrace, hedgerows, roses, pear tree, shingle terrace, brick retaining wall, high level shrub bed, and a pedestrian gate to the village road.
DIRECTIONS: From Wimborne, proceed north on the B3078 towards Cranborne for about 5 miles. Turn left at The Horton Inn and proceed over the stone bridge, through the S-bend and up the hill. After about half a mile, turn right, signposted to Gussage All Saints. Take the second turning left into the main street, and proceed past The Drovers Inn on the right. The property can be found on the right hand side (just before the village hall).
COUNCIL TAX: Band G
EPC RATING: Band D