Moorlands Road, West Moors, Ferndown, Dorset, BH22

£550,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A CHARMING AND CHARACTERFUL EDWARDIAN HOUSE STANDING IN A LARGE MATURE GARDEN WITH A HIGH LEVEL OF NATURAL PRIVACY IN A SOUGHT AFTER ROAD WITHIN AN EASY STROLL OF THE VILLAGE CENTRE AMENITIES AND MILES OF LESIURE TRAILS IN THE NEARBY FORESTRY PLANTATION

A CHARMING AND CHARACTERFUL EDWARDIAN HOUSE STANDING IN A LARGE MATURE GARDEN WITH A HIGH LEVEL OF NATURAL PRIVACY IN A SOUGHT AFTER ROAD WITHIN AN EASY STROLL OF THE VILLAGE CENTRE AMENITIES AND MILES OF LESIURE TRAILS IN THE NEARBY FORESTRY PLANTATION

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

The Property - comprises a substantial Edwardian House built, we are informed, in 1907, by ancestors of the owners of Brewer and Brewer Estate Agents. In our opinion, charming and spacious accommodation is afforded with many of the features in keeping with the era of construction of this lovely family home. Features include: modern gas fired central heating by radiators, modern sanitaryware, stripped boarded floors to most rooms, fireplaces in the reception rooms and a traditional wood-burner in the Kitchen/Breakfast room and cavity wall insulation. The property stands in very private and particularly well stocked gardens in a highly favoured established road within a short stroll of the Village centre shops and all amenities and the Forestry Plantation with many miles of walks and cycle tracks. There are First and Middle Schools in the village and main road links provide access to other centres, including, Ferndown, Wimborne, Bournemouth and Southampton.

GROUND FLOOR

Entrance Porch: with light and Front door to:-

Entrance Hall: with boarded floor, radiator and understairs storage cupboard.

Lounge: 19'2 (into bay) x 12'0 a dual aspect room with boarded floor, telephone and TV aerial points, radiator and open fireplace in decorative surround

Dining Room: 15'1 (into bay) x 11'11 another dual aspect room with radiator, boarded floor, fireplace opening and wide casement door to the west facing patio area at the side of the house

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 21'2 x 10'11 (max) an L-shaped, dual aspect room comprising Breakfast Area with boarded floor, space for table and chairs and feature brick fireplace surround housing the 'Villager' wood burning stove. Glazed door to the rear patio area and garden.

Kitchen Area: with units and co-ordinating worktops incorporating sink unit and beneath which are a range of storage cupboards and drawers and above are matching wall cupboards. Space for gas range style cooker and door to:

Walk-in Pantry: with shelves and further door toStore Room which in turn leads to:-

Garden Room: 16'0 x 9'7 (max) another dual aspect room with light and power points, radiator, space for washing machine and fitted sink. Glazed door to the Rear Garden and further door to:-

Cloakroom: with fitted WC.

FIRST FLOOR

Landing: with built in airing cupboard housing the “Worcester” gas fired boiler and the pressurised hot water cylinder ensuring good water pressure at all hot water taps.

Bedroom No 1: 15'0 (into bay) x 9'11 with feature bay window, radiator and two built in wardrobes

Bedroom No 2: 11'11 x 10'10 radiator, built in wardrobe cupboard and cast iron fireplace surround

Bedroom No 3: 11'11 x 10'11 with radiator and cast iron fireplace surround

Bathroom: 11'0 x 6'0 with 'roll top' bath, mixer tap and shower attachment, washbasin and WC with high flush cistern. Radiator.

Shower Room: with full tiling to the walls and fitted large shower enclosure, washbasin with mixer tap and WC. Heated towel rail.

OUTSIDE

Large Single Garage: 19'0 x 12'0 with window, up and over door, personal door and electric light and power

Garden Shed: 8'0 x 6'0

Summer House: 8'0 x 6'0

Garden: These are a really delightful feature of the property being exceptionally well stocked and enjoying a high level of privacy from mature trees and shrubbery. To the front is well screened from the road and laid to lawn, flower and shrub beds and borders, numbers of mature specimen trees and shrubs and shingle driveway to the Garage providing ample parking space for a number of cars. An area of Side Garden enjoys a westerly aspect and has a newly laid sandstone patio. The Rear Garden which measures about 95ft in overall depth by 63ft in overall width (28.95m x 19.2m) also has high levels of privacy and is similarly laid to lawn, superb wild and cultivated flower and shrub beds and borders stocked with many varieties of flowers, roses and decorative grasses together with sun patio area outside the Kitchen/Breakfast Room and a number of mature trees.

Services: All main services connected.

Council Tax Band: F

Council Tax Payable 2019/2020: £2,859.19

Energy Rating: D (Current 58, Potential 77)

Property Reference Number: BBR190150

Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.

The Agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for the purpose. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor. References to the Tenure of a Property are based on information supplied by the Seller. The Agent has not had sight of the title documents. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor. Items shown in photographs are NOT included unless specifically mentioned within the sales particulars. They may however be available by separate negotiation. Buyers must check the availability of any property and make an appointment to view before embarking on any journey to see a property.

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