A little bit about Fryers Copse
A semi-detached, three bedroom house with large rear garden and has scope to extend (subject to planning permission).
A mid 1950's semi-detached home that has scope to extend (STPP), which would allow you to create an additional reception space, as well as a bedroom. The home sits on a triangular shaped plot that widens as you approach the rear boundary. The home benefits from double glazing as well as gas fired heating and offered without a forward chain.
Gardens and Grounds
The front garden is enclosed by a mature hedge and is laid to a kept lawn. A concrete path leads to the left hand side of the home denoting access to the rear garden which widens as the garden approaches the rear boundary, and is predominantly laid to lawn.
Colehill is a popular parish neighbouring Wimborne. The area has a bus service to Wimborne and also to the larger towns of Bournemouth and Poole. It is well served with sought-after primary and middle schools, post office and convenience stores, pharmacy, hair salon, a church, memorial hall and community library. There are a few fine old houses in Colehill dating from the 1860s but in general rapid expansion took place in the last century which has resulted in a wide variety of properties to suit varying budgets. There is a close community feel in Colehill and the Parish Council have set up strong communication links via a regularly updated website and twice yearly newsletter to inform residents of the latest Parish initiatives being undertaken. Recreation facilities include the Forestry Commission Plantation at Cannon Hill which is widely used for walking and cycling and directly links to the larger areas of heathland at Holt and Whitesheet. A recreation ground at Oliver’s Park provides entertainment for families and children and there is a local nature reserve at Leigh Common. The Cricket Club incorporating Colehill Sports & Social Club is also a popular venue for many local residents.