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Diana Way, Wimborne

  • Ref: 27072425
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Council Tax Band: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

A well proportioned, two bedroom, linked detached house situated towards the head of this quiet cul de sac on the edge of Corfe Mullen being offered without a forward chain, benefiting from an attached garage and boasting scope for extension (STPP). 

Property Features

  • Linked detached house
  • Scope To Extend (STPP)
  • Attached Garage
  • Off Road Parking
  • No Forward Chain
  • Cul De Sac Location
  • Sole Agents
  • Two bedrooms

Full Details

Property Descripton
The property sits towards the head of this popular residential cul de sac and boasts well proportioned and versatile accommodation that would suit a wide variety of purchasers. On the ground floor there is a generous entrance hallway along with a kitchen and an open plan lounge dining room that benefits from having a rear aspect across the south-westerly facing garden. There is a return staircase that leads to the first floor where there are two bedrooms and a family bathroom. The home also benefits from being double glazed throughout, offers gas fired heating and in our opinion boasts scope for extension both on the rear elevation as well as above the attached garage (STPP).

Gardens and Grounds
The front garden is primarily laid to lawn and there is a driveway to the right hand side which is suited to a vehicle and in turn gives access to the attached garage, which has an up and over style door. The rear garden has a south-westerly orientation and is also primarily laid to lawn and there is a selection of mature shrubs and flower beds. There is a patio area spanning the rear elevation of the home as well as a personal door to the rear of the garage.

The largest parish in England, Corfe Mullen featured in the Domesday Book, takes its name from Saxo-Norman meaning ‘a mill in a gap’ and the mill, on the River Stour, but sadly no longer in use, is described in the book as the most valuable corn mill in Dorset. For many years Corfe Mullen was important for smugglers, acting as a point of distribution and forwarding centre for contraband landed in Poole Harbour and along the neighbouring coastline. Situated approximately 2.5 miles south west of Wimborne town, Corfe Mullen is an established residential area surrounded by open countryside. Corfe Mullen flows into the town of Broadstone and is bordered by an old Roman Road which provides pleasant areas in which to walk. Residents are well catered for with various shops, favoured schooling, good country pubs, library, churches and a popular leisure club. Corfe Mullen is located within easy access of the A31 and the larger resort towns of Poole and Bournemouth are located some 6 and 9 miles distant respectively.