A modern two bedroom ground floor apartment set in the popular location of Purbeck Gate on the outskirts of Wool, making an ideal investment or first time purchase. No Forward Chain.
This ground floor apartment is accessed via a paved path to a double glazed front door that leads to an open plan living area.
The open plan living Room/kitchen Area has two double panelled radiators, a telephone point, tv point, UPVC double glazed windows to the front aspect. The kitchen itself is incorporated into the living area and comprises a single drainer stainless steel sink unit and mixer tap, adjoining range of working surfaces with drawers and cupboards under, plumbing fora washing machine, built in four burner gas hob with brushed stainless steel splash back, fitted single electric oven, range of eye level units incorporating centralised extractor hood with lower working surfaces, drawers and cupboards under. Built in Larder cupboard. Double glazed windows to rear aspect
An inner hall connects the bedrooms and bathroom from the living area and comprising two recessed built in storage cupboards, built in double airing cupboard containing a wall mounted gas combination boiler
The master bedroom has a radiator, UPVC double glazed windows to the front aspect & a telephone point
The second bedroom has a radiator & a UPVC double glazed window to the front aspect.
The modern bathroom is tiled and comprises a panelled bath with wall mounted shower, rail and curtain, low level flush wc, wash hand basin with tiled splash back, wall mounted vanity mirror, wall mounted electric shaver point, double panelled radiator, opaque UPVC double glazed windows to the rear aspect.
Garage & Parking:
The property is conveyed with a garage with an up & over door. Additionally there is also an allocated parking space.
Wool is a pleasant rural village near the southern bank of the Frome River, in the County of Dorset. There is a mix of old, and new houses with a peppering of thatched cottages. The village is home to an impressive 17th Century Manor House that inspired Thomas Hardy to place Tess of The D'urbervilles there on his honeymoon, the village lies close to Bindon Abbey which was burnt down in the 17th Century, there's a 16th Century stone bridge, and a Medieval church, or there are always the shops and pubs to enjoy.
Open Plan Kitchen/Living Room 17'9'’ (5.41m) x 16'7'’ (5.06m)
Bedroom 1 11'2'’ (3.42m) x 10'3'’ (3.13m)
Bedroom 2 11'2'’ (3.42m) x 6'3'’ (1.91m)
Bathroom 6'3'’ (1.91m) x 6'9'’ (2.06m)
Nothing in these particulars should be deemed as a statement that the property is in good structural condition, nor that any services, appliances, equipment or facilities are in good working order or have been tested, nor that any accesses to the property are legal rights of way. Purchasers should satisfy themselves on such matters prior to purchase by means of enlisting professional advice on all items and whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and do not form part of any contract.