Moorlands Road, West Moors, Dorset, BH22 0JW

£600,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
This substantially enlarged and character three/four double bedroom, one bathroom, two shower room detached chalet style family home has a 65ft private south facing rear garden, 29ft car port, small detached garage with studio and a driveway providing off-road parking for four to five vehicles. Situated in a sought after location within West Moors less than 500 metres from the village centre.

This light, spacious and versatile family home has been tastefully modernised whilst also having a wealth of charm and character, with features such as wooden internal doors, reproduction Bakelite light switches, wood burning stove and a gas-fired Rayburn in a country cottage style kitchen/breakfast room. All the principle rooms enjoy views over the immaculately kept and private south facing rear garden.

• Three/four double bedroom detached family home

Ground Floor:

• Good sized reception hall

• Triple aspect country cottage style kitchen/breakfast room finished with wood block work surfaces, inset Belfast sink, a low level island unit, gas-fired Rayburn which provides a cooking facility, heating hot water and the central heating, space for a fridge/freezer, recess and plumbing for a slimline or full size dishwasher (removable panel), attractive tiled splashbacks, ample space for a breakfast table and chairs, tiled flooring and French doors with fitted blinds leading out to the rear garden and patio area

• 25ft x 21ft L-shaped lounge/dining room. The dining area has French doors leading out to the patio area and southerly facing garden, whilst the lounge area has a vaulted ceiling with exposed ceiling beams, wood burning stove creating an attractive focal point and feature triangular shaped window and two sets of double doors with fitted window blinds which lead out to the rear garden and patio

• Large utility room with exposed wooden floorboards, recess and plumbing for a washing machine, recess for a cooker, recess for a tumble dryer or undercounter fridge and a door leading out to the side path

• Sitting room enjoying a dual aspect, with a bay window overlooking the front garden and a living flame coal effect gas-fire with attractive surround and granite hearth and built in bookcase in the alcove. This room could also be used as a double bedroom

• Double bedroom enjoying a view over the front garden

• En-suite shower room finished in a traditional white suite to incorporate a shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, WC and exposed wooden floorboards

• Ground floor family bathroom finished in a heritage style white suite to incorporate a panelled bath with mixer taps and shower hose, WC, pedestal wash hand basin and half wooden panelled walls

First Floor:

• Galleried landing

• 20ft Master bedroom with dressing area and access into the eaves for useful storage

• Double bedroom with a wardrobe recess and access into the eaves for useful storage

• Shower room finished in a contemporary style white suite to incorporate a shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and WC

• Rear garden which is a superb feature of the property as it faces a southerly aspect, offers an excellent degree of seclusion and measures approximately 65ft x 55ft

• Adjoining the rear of the property there is an Indian sandstone paved patio area, with a path leading round to a side gate which gives access to the car port and round to a studio adjoining the rear of the garage and a timber greenhouse

• The rear garden is immaculately kept, with the main area predominantly laid to lawn surrounded by well-stocked flower beds and a central flower bed stocked with many attractive plants and shrubs. The garden must be seen to be fully appreciated

• Two front gravelled driveways providing off-road parking for approximately five to six vehicles, with an area of side driveway leading up to double wooden gates which give access to a 29ft car port

• Detached garage, with the front portion remaining but will only accommodate a small vehicle (13ft in length), has light, power and double wooden doors. The rear portion of the garage has been divided off to create a studio with light, power and a window, this space would make an ideal home office

• Further benefits include double glazing and a gas-fired central heating system

West Moors offers a good selection of day to day amenities, whilst Ferndown offers an excellent range of shopping, leisure and recreational facilities, with the town centre located approximately 2 miles away. West Moors Plantation and the Castleman trailway can be accessed from the end of Moorlands Road approximately 350 metres away.

COUNCIL TAX BAND: F EPC RATING: F

AGENTS NOTES: The heating system, mains and appliances have not been tested by Hearnes Estate Agents. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive.

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