Traditionally built, the house has facing brick elevations, a concrete tiled roof, a tall brick chimney and a gabled entrance porch. It is connected to mains electricity and water, and has a private drainage system. Cowgrove is a hamlet between Sturminster Marshall and Wimborne, where the majority of homes are owned by the National Trust, and few private homes become available.
Wimborne town centre, which offers a wide range of amenities, is about 2.5 miles away.
An enclosed entrance porch leads to an entrance hall. There is a dual aspect living room with views to the front and rear over the gardens and farmland, and an archway to a dining room overlooking the rear garden. The kitchen has a stainless steel sink, worktops, base and wall units, and a door to a lobby which leads to a ground floor cloakroom and to an outbuilding. The first floor landing enjoys superb views over the front garden and farmland beyond, and all 3 bedrooms have superb views to the rear. There is a bathroom with bath, basin, WC and partly tiled walls.
The front garden is enclosed by hedges, and has 2 lawns, a wealth of trees and shrubs, a gravel driveway with a central grass strip, and ample space to erect a garage, subject to the necessary consents. The south west facing rear garden backs directly onto farmland and is enclosed by established hedges, with concrete pathways and 2 lawns.
Directions: From Wimborne, proceed to the mini-roundabout at Pye Corner and take the second exit into Victoria Road. Just after the Victoria Hospital, turn left, signposted to Cowgrove. Proceed along this lane for approximately 2.5 miles, through the hamlet of Cowgrove, and turn right into Roman Way.
Council Tax Band: C
EPC Rating: D
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN