Set on a quiet cul de sac yet still close to local transport links, Wareham Town centre and stunning forest walks, this three bedroom detached bungalow is being offered to the market for the first time in over 20 years.
The property is entered at the front via a composite door with glass panels and additional double glazed panels to either side into the entrance hallway. The entrance hallway has an integral cupboard housing the hot water tank with slatted shelving above. There is access to the loft via a hatch, and an additional integral cupboard providing further storage space.
A wooden door with glass panelling leads through into the light and airy lounge. There is a large double glazed bay window overlooking the front garden with a radiator below. A feature of the room is the gas fire set into a brick surround and hearth, plus a bespoke book display unit. The dining/study area is set just off the lounge through an open square arch with a double glazed window overlooking the rear gardens with a radiator beneath. There is a serving hatch through to the kitchen.
The kitchen has a range of matching units at base and eye level with splash back tiling surrounding the work surfaces which incorporates a breakfast bar. Set into the work surface is a one and a quarter bowl sink with a side drainer. There is a door with glass panelling leading through into the conservatory and a double glazed window also looking out through to the conservatory. The kitchen benefits from an integral oven, fridge/freezer and microwave. A four ring hob is set into the work surface and there is space and plumbing for a washing machine.
The spacious conservatory is of upvc construction with polycarbonate roof and tiled floor. Double sliding doors lead out to the rear garden with an additional door to the side of the conservatory also giving access to the garden.
The master bedroom is of a generous double size with a double glazed window overlooking the rear garden with a radiator beneath. The room benefits from an integral wardrobe.
Bedroom two is also a double sized room, with a double glazed sliding patio door with an additional glass panel beside leading through into the conservatory. There is a radiator and space for a freestanding wardrobe if desired.
Bedroom three is a of a good single size with a double glazed window overlooking the front garden with a radiator beneath and a fitted wardrobe.
The fully tiled family bathroom has a suite comprising of a corner bath with electric shower over and a wash hand basin with vanity cabinet below. There is a chrome heated towel rail and an opaque double glazed window overlooking the front aspect. There is a separate cloakroom with a suite comprising of wc and wash hand basin, with an opaque double glazed window to the front aspect.
The rear garden is enclosed by fencing and mature shrubs and hedging. There is a raised bed to one corner with an array of plants and flowers and feature Purbeck Stone wall. A patio area provides a tranquil place to sit and enjoy the garden. There is a garden gate giving side access to the property.
The front of the property is enclosed by hedging benefitting from a long driveway. Part of the front garden is laid with decorative stone for additional parking if required with the remainder laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees.
Garage & Parking:
The L-shaped garage has a door giving access via the garden and also an up and over door at the front. It benefits from power and light and space for a workstation to the rear. Leading up to the garage is a long driveway with further parking available
Lounge 15’4” (4.84m) x 11’5” (3.48m)
Dining Room 8’10” (2.70m) x 7’11” (2.43m)
Kitchen 11’10” (3.62m) x 10’ (3.30m)
Bedroom 1 12’ (3.93m) x 11’10” (3.63m)
Bedroom 2 11’10” (3.63m) x 9’ (2.76m)
Bedroom 3 9’11” (3.02m) x 9’6” (2.90m)
Bathroom 5’11” (1.82m) x 5’10” (1.78m)
The bungalow is set in a cul de sac in Northmoor Park just outside of Wareham Town Centre, within walking distance is the Park itself, Wareham Forest, the train station & a bus stop.
Wareham is a Saxon Walled town with its own train station which is on the main Weymouth to London Waterloo Line. The main focal point of the town is its Quay with boat trips to Poole Harbour; with further benefits including Wareham Forest, independent cinema, sports centre, popular schools, restaurants, cafes, St Martins Church and the museum. There is also a market every Saturday and a Farmers Market on alternate Thursdays.
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.