Wimborne Road, Wimborne

  • Ref: 27388328
  • Type: Semi-Detached House
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Council Tax Band: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

A three bedroom, semi-detached house in need of modernisation throughout and boasting an unusual plot which, in our opinion, offers scope for development (STPP) within the heart of Colehill. No forward chain.

Property Features

  • Semi detached house
  • Three bedrooms
  • Unusual plot with scope for development (STPP)
  • No forward chain
  • Gas fired heating
  • Close to town centre

Full Details

Property Description
The property is located on Wimborne Road, close to Colehill cricket ground and boasts an unusual shaped plot, which we feel offers scope for development. The accommodation currently offers two reception rooms, cloakroom and kitchen to the ground floor, two double bedrooms and bathroom to the first floor and a further bedroom on the second floor. The home has the benefit of gas fired heating as well as being double glazed and is being offered without a forward chain.

Gardens and Grounds
The front garden is primarily laid to hard standing and there is a driveway to the left hand side, which in turn provides access to the rear garden. The rear garden widens and there are three structures, one of which we believe used to be a coach house and we are of the opinion that these buildings could favourably support a planning permission to develop the site.

Wimborne is a vibrant and thriving market town in East Dorset with a comprehensive mix of shopping facilities, restaurants, and attractions to appeal to everyone. Easily accessed by car from all directions via the A31, A35 and B3081 Wimborne has great public transport links to Bournemouth, Poole and surrounding areas including a comprehensive network of bus routes. Wimborne is immersed in a varied history, preserved and on-show in the c.705 AD Minster Church of Cuthburga with its chained library which is one of only four world-wide. The beautiful twin towers of the Minster provide an elegant backdrop to the town’s historic architecture and alongside The Priest’s House Museum & Gardens, Wimborne Model Town and the 1930’s Art Deco Tivoli theatre, combine to make Wimborne a popular tourist attraction. Wimborne is well served by an excellent range of services for residents including doctors, a local hospital, a pyramid of sought-after schools and strong health and social care. Leisure facilities are well catered for and the town is within easy access to the county’s areas of outstanding natural beauty offering miles of bridleways, footpaths and coastal routes to explore.