- EDWARDIAN HOUSE (CIRCA 1910)
- IN ONE OF RINGWOOD'S MOST SOUGHT AFTER ROAD
- RETAINS MANY CHARACTER FEATURES
- KITCHEN, LAUNDRY AND UTILITY ROOM
- STUDY WITH FRENCH DOORS TO THE GARDEN
- DUAL ASPECT SITTING ROOM
- BRICK PILLAR ENTRANCE
- SITUATED ON 1/4 OF AN ACRE
- LARGE GARDEN ROOM AND WORKSHOP
- WALKNG DISTANCE TO TOWN AND LOCAL SCHOOLS
Tenure: FreeholdAn Edwardian four bedroom detached house situated in a most sought
after location within walking distance to the local schools and town, which is situated on approximately ¼ of an acre. The property offers immense charm and retains much of the original character.
Internally There is a spacious entrance hallway which provides access to the study which has a log burner and French doors to the garden. A dining which has a further log burner and useful storage units with shelving. A cloakroom/wc and a dual aspect sitting room with French doors has a fireplace with feature fireplace with pine mantel surround, commissioned to complement the original tiled detail with slate hearth (currently not lined). However, subject to lining could be incorporated for open fireplace. A kitchen with base and wall units with granite worktops, a fan assisted oven and steam oven beneath, four ring hob, two dishwashers a waste disposal unit, a pantry and tiled flooring. Adjoining laundry/utility room with plumbing for a washing machine, space for a dryer, a built in fridge, a water softener and tiled flooring.
First floor landing which could be utilised as a study area providing access to four bedrooms, two which have wardrobes, two which have delightful cast iron fireplaces and an en-suite bathroom/wc to the master, the other bedrooms are serviced by a shower room and a separate wc.
Externally The front of the property is approached via a brick pillar entrance onto a driveway providing off road parking and access to the garage and covered porch. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with shrub and flower borders and low brick walling to the front boundary. The extensive rear garden is also predominately laid to lawn with an array of mature shrubs, trees and flower borders with a large garden room and workshop Situation The market town of Ringwood offers excellent shopping and recreational facilities whilst the commuter is well catered for with direct access onto the A31 providing direct links to the larger coastal towns of Christchurch and Bournemouth (Via the A338) Southampton and Salisbury accessible via the M27. There are international airports and train stations at Bournemouth and Southampton and the M27 and M3 make it easy to connect to other parts of the country.
COUNCIL TAX BAND: G ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING: E
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.
EPC RATING: E
COUNCIL TAX BAND: G