A three bedroom detached house within strolling distance of the historic town centre of Ringwood and enjoying some lovely views across Bickerley Common. Three reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, ground floor cloakroom, first floor bathroom, plentiful parking, gas central heating. NO CHAIN.
SUMMARY A conveniently located three bedroom detached house within strolling distance of the historic town centre of Ringwood and directly opposite public open space and riverside walks. The property offers well planned accommodation arranged over two floors which includes a ground floor extension to the rear. The property benefits from gas fired central heating and upvc double glazed windows and external doors. Outside there is plentiful driveway parking and a pretty enclosed rear garden.
SITUATION A uniquely positioned property offering views over the adjacent Bickerley Common and nearby park with access to some wonderful riverside walks and just a short stroll from the High Street. Ringwood offers a wide selection of independent trading outlets as well as larger supermarkets, including a fabulous selection of coffee shops, restaurants and country pubs. Ringwood is historically a Market Town and still holds a market every Wednesday attracting many local trade and wholesale produce. The town is well situated for commuters wishing to access the A31/M27 and is within easy reach of Bournemouth and Poole.
ACCOMMODATION An enclosed front entrance porch with a triple aspect and Upvc front door leads into the entrance hallway; staircase rises to the first floor. White panelled internal doors lead to all rooms including the front sitting room; attractive front bay window, feature brick built fireplace with raised hearth and display plinths to either side, door leads into the dining room with side aspect window and from there bi-folding panelled doors lead into the rear garden room with a carved wooden fire surround and a coal glow/flame effect electric fire (not tested), double glazed patio doors overlook the rear garden. Door leads to the kitchen, which can also be accessed from the entrance hallway, comprises of a range of laminated rolled edge worktops, incorporating a small peninsula style breakfast bar, with tiled splash backs and limed oak finish cupboard and drawers beneath, inset one and a half acrylic sink unit/monobloc tap, space and plumbing for a dishwasher, space for a 600mm cooker, extractor canopy above in a limed oak housing, range of wall hung kitchen cabinets to match the base units, integrated tall fridge freezer, under stairs cupboard with louvre door houses the Valiant gas fired central heating and hot water boiler (not tested), tiled flooring, side entrance door leads to the side access to both the front and rear gardens, a further door from the kitchen leads into a vestibule area with deep cupboard with space and plumbing for a washing machine, door leads to a fully tiled ground floor shower room with a corner shower quadrant with fitted Mira event electric shower valve, low flush wc and wash hand basin, with mirror and tempered glass shelf above, heated towel rail, extractor fan. The first floor has an airing cupboard with factory lagged hot water cylinder, access to the attic space, double glazed landing window. The master bedroom has a built in double wardrobe and enjoys views across Bickerley Common. Bedroom two is located at the rear of the property and also had a built in double wardrobe. Bedroom three enjoys views over Bickerley Common. The family bathroom has a coloured three piece suite, including a panelled bath with a glazed side screen and fitted Mira event electric shower valve, extractor fan.
EXTERNALLY The property is well set back in it’s plot and is secured to the front by timber panelled fencing and double gates leading to plentiful loose gravelled parking, adjacent to which there is an area of lawn. A pathway leads to the enclosed front entrance porch. On the north side of the property side access leads to a pretty enclosed rear garden, a full width patio leads onto a small lawn bounded by paving and ground cover shrubs and ornamental trees. There is also a secondary patio area, with pergola above, positioned immediately behind a brick built garden store with electric power.