"The local walks are so accessible, it's easy to tumble out of the door and wander up the lane" – just some of the things our vendor enjoys about this pretty property, which has scope for improvement.
Stoborough Meadow is a sought-after development in the popular village of Stoborough. Stoborough which has a village school and active village hall is just outside the Saxon walled, riverside market town of Wareham. Wareham has a mainline railway station (London Waterloo 2 1/2 hrs) and a wonderful variety of independent shops, schools, library, leisure centre, churches, cinema and an array of cafes and public houses. There are bus routes close by. Stoborough Heath offers enchanting walks and Arne Nature Reserve also perfect for walkers, nature lovers and dog owners. The Medieval village of Corfe Castle is a short distance from Stoborough en route to the traditional seaside town of Swanage.
- Four bedrooms and two bathrooms
- Well-screened, sunny, south-facing garden
- Perfectly located for easy access to the town centre
- Away from the hubbub
- Close to Ridge and Arne Nature Reserve
- Garage and parking
- Pleasant rural views
Stoborough Meadow is an award-winning development that was built by Morrish builders in the late 1990's. It is a popular and sought-after development; this super property sits on the edges of it and has direct access to country walks and Wareham town.
Step through the STORM PORCH into a good-sized ENTRANCE HALL which leads to the generous living rooms. The SITTING ROOM runs the depth of the house, with window at the front and patio doors which open into the garden under a pergola. The DINING ROOM sits next to the fitted KITCHEN, very handy for family meals. The KITCHEN is fitted with wall and base units, an electric oven with gas hob over, an under-counter fridge and space for a dishwasher and fridge freezer. An arch takes you through to the UTILITY ROOM, where there is space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. From here a door leads into the garden. Further on from the dining room, which is presently used as a STUDY, is a lovely sunny GARDEN ROOM. The clad wall and ceiling, tiled floor and wall of windows and patio doors give a very summery feel which is perfect for taking cover from the garden on hot sunny days or hunkering down on chillier ones. In the hallway is a useful W.C.
Stairs rise to the FIRST FLOOR and the bedroom accommodation. The PRINCIPAL BEDROOM is a double room overlooking the fields at the front, with an EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM. There are 2 further DOUBLE BEDROOMS which overlook the garden and a LARGE SINGLE ROOM overlooking the rear garden. The FAMILY BATHROOM sits comfortably between bedrooms 3 and 4 and the boarded loft has a sensible, timber draw down step ladder.
A gate at the side of the house allows vehicle access onto a PARKING area and into the GARAGE. From here, an ornate wrought iron gate gives access into the GARDEN, which has an area of lawn and a PATIO under an arbour which sits outside the sitting room. The garden is bordered by mature shrubs and offers privacy. Situated at the end of the lane, the property is quiet and private. The front of the house is accessed from a quiet rural path which takes you towards both Ridge and Arne nature reserve. In the other direction, lies the riverside market town of Wareham.
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Dorset (Purbeck) Council. Tax band F.
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