This modern home is accessed via an opaque glazed door into an entrance hallway with stairs to the first floor accommodation, a radiator & wood flooring.
The double aspect living room has a continuation of the wood flooring with a double glazed window to the front aspect & a double glazed door with matching window out the rear garden. There is a radiator with the feature of the room a brick fireplace with wood shelf & a log burner.
The double aspect kitchen/diner has a continuation of the wood flooring with a double glazed window to the front aspect with a radiator beneath & space for dining table & chairs. The kitchen has a matching range of cupboards at base & eye level with drawers. A four ring gas hob is set into the work surface with an extractor & light over & a double oven to the side. Further integral appliances include a fridge, freezer & a dishwasher with space & plumbing for a washing machine. A butler sink is set into the work surface with an inset side drainer & splash back tiling surrounding the work surface areas. A double glazed window overlooks the rear garden & there is also under the stair’s storage cupboard. Off the kitchen is a rear vestibule with a double glazed door out to the rear garden, an inset door mat with a continuation of the wood flooring flowing through into the cloakroom. There is a wash hand basin with a splash back tiling, a wc & a radiator.
Upstairs the landing has a double glazed window with views of the rear garden with a radiator beneath, entrance to the loft via a hatch & a cupboard housing the boiler with shelving above.
The master bedroom has a double glazed window to the front aspect with a radiator beneath. The room benefits from an integral wardrobe with a hanging rail & shelving.
The second bedroom is a double sized room with a double glazed window to the front aspect with a radiator beneath. The room benefits from a spacious over the stairs cupboard with hanging rail & shelving.
The third bedroom is a generous sized single bedroom with a double glazed window overlooking the rear garden with a radiator beneath.
The modern shower room has a wc, wash hand basin & a double sized shower cubicle with a glass shower screen, hand held & rainfall shower heads. There is splash back tiling, tiled flooring, chrome heated towel rail & an opaque double glazed window to the rear aspect.
Car Port & Outbuilding:
The car port is pitched roof with power & light.
The outbuilding is currently being used as a gym but could be used as an annex subject to the relevant planning permissions. It is brick built with double glazed window & door with power & light.
At the front of the property is a path/ramp giving access to the front door. The rear garden has a large patio area abutting the property with outside lighting & tap. Steps leads up to the remainder of the garden which is laid out with easy maintenance in mind with shingle & mature shrubs. Double gates lead out to the car port.
Living Room 17’10” (5.44m) x 11’3” (3.43m)
Kitchen/Diner 20’9” (6.34m) x 8’10” (2.71m)
Cloakroom 3’62 (1.07m) x 3’6” (1.07m(
Bedroom 1 11’4” (3.45m) x 10’7” (3.24m)
Bedroom 2 10’7” (3.23m) x 9’6” (2.90m)
Bedroom 3 7’11” (2.43m) x 7’4” (2.25m)
Shower Room 6’9” (2.06m) x 6’2” (1.88m)
Outhouse 16’2” (4.93m) x 14’ (4.28m)
Car Port 16’2” (4.93m) x 8’10” (2.70m)
The property is set in the popular village of Bere Regis (Kingsbere in the Thomas Hardy books) and is situated 6 miles north west of Wareham with Wareham Forest in between. The village has two public houses, a convenience store, sports club, primary school & a post office. There are excellent walks along the Bere stream. The major town of Poole is 13 miles to the east with Dorchester 11 miles to the west on a bus route from the village.
Wareham itself 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 & the museum. There is also a market every Saturday & a Farmers Market on alternative 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.