Ham Lane, Longham, BH22 9DW
£475,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
This rarely available and character three double bedroom, three reception room, two bathroom semi detached family home has a 130' secluded south facing rear garden, various outbuildings and a driveway providing generous off road parking for several vehicles, whilst sitting proudly on a private plot which measures 0.22 of an acre.

'Meadowgate' was originally constructed in circa 1900's. The current family have owned the property since 1983. Over the years the property has had a number of improvements and has been extremely well maintained. The property has also managed to retain its character and many original features. 'Meadowgate' has the added benefit of solar panels which are owned outright. These substantially reduce both electricity and gas bills and also provide a yearly income. The property also benefits from solar tubes which provide supplementary hot water. The property could also be offered with no onward chain.

• A substantial 1,800 sq ft three double bedroom, three reception room family home occupying a southerly facing plot approaching 0.25 of an acre

Ground floor:

• Entrance hall

• Dining room with feature fireplace, box bay window to the side aspect and an opening leading through to the kitchen/breakfast room

• Kitchen/breakfast room incorporating ample rolltop worksurfaces with a good range of base and wall units, Range cooker with extractor canopy above, space for fridge freezer, recess and plumbing for dishwasher, wall mounted gas fired boiler, window to the side aspect, space for breakfast table and chairs

• Utility room with space and plumbing for washing machine, door leading through into the porch, door leading through to the bathroom and rear aspect window

• Ground floor bathroom incorporating a walk-in bath, WC, wall mounted wash hand basin with vanity storage beneath, window to the rear aspect

• Porch with a door leading out into the rear garden

• Lounge with an open fireplace with a tiled inset, slate hearth and wooden surround, window to the front aspect, double doors leading through into the snug/office

• Snug/office with double doors leading through into the conservatory

• Conservatory with double glazed French doors giving access out into the rear garden, window overlooking the rear garden, fitted cupboards and worksurface

First Floor:

• Generous size landing which is large enough to be used as a study area and has fitted cupboards

• Spacious family bathroom/shower room finished in a white suite incorporating a rolltop bath, good sized corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, bidet and WC

• Bedroom one is a generous sized double bedroom with fitted wardrobes, bedside cabinets, fitted dressing table, feature fireplace and window to the front aspect

• Bedroom two is a double bedroom with a fitted double wardrobe with cupboards above, shelving, feature fireplace, window to the side aspect

• Bedroom three is a double bedroom with two fitted storage cupboards, two fitted wardrobes, an airing cupboard and a window to the side aspect

Outside

• The rear garden is without a doubt a superb feature of the property as it measures approximately 130' in length x 50' in width. The garden offers an excellent degree of seclusion and faces a southerly aspect

• Adjoining the rear of the property there is a large Indian sandstone paved patio. The patio joins a good sized area of lawn where there is a pond and water feature. A path continues down through the garden past well stocked flower beds which are stocked with many ornamental plants, shrubs and fruit trees. Also within the garden there are vegetable plots and fruit trees. At the far end of the garden there is a timber shed with lean-to, greenhouse and compost area. The garden itself must be seen to be fully appreciated

• A front gravelled driveway provides generous off road parking for approximately 3 vehicles. A wooden five bar gate opens onto a block paved side driveway which provides additional off road parking and in turn leads up to a garage with adjoining workshop and potting shed

• The garage has double wooden doors, light and power and would accommodate a small vehicle. Door leading through into the workshop

• Workshop with light and power, door leading through into the potting shed with light and door leading out into the garden

• Further benefits include replacement double glazing, a gas fired heating system, solar panels and solar tubes. The property could also be offered with no onward chain

The market town of Wimborne is located approximately 3 miles away. Ferndown offers an excellent range of shopping, leisure and recreational facilities. Ferndown town centre is located approximately 1.5 miles away.

COUNCIL TAX BAND: E EPC RATING: B

AGENTS NOTES: 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.

01202 890890

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