Badgers is an individually built detached three bedroom bungalow; constructed in 1995 by a local renowned builder. It stands in a good sized plot, in an area located on the outskirts of Blandford town. Letton Close is a no through road leading from the main Salisbury Road; it is one of a number of detached dwellings each standing well in their own plots. The property offers both light as well as flexible accommodation with the added benefit of the room sizes being particularly good. In brief the accommodation comprises: a spacious hallway, sitting room with an open fireplace and patio doors onto the garden, an arch opens into a dining room but this is being currently used as a home office, with a window overlooking the rear. A kitchen/breakfast room with two windows, a range of fitted wall and base cupboards with worksurfaces over and a 1 1/2 bowl sink unit with drainer ~ built in oven, hob and extractor; there is also plumbing below the counter for white goods. A utility room, conservatory and three good sized bedrooms, (the master bedroom has built in wardrobes), there is a fully tiled bathroom and a separate cloakroom (which can be accessed from either bedroom 2 or the utility room).
Within the bungalow there is further scope to develop or enhance ~ with a large fully boarded loft space, allowing further storage. Double glazed windows and gas fired radiator central heating throughout.
Accessed at the end of a no-through road, Badgers is approached through an opening with an appealing private tarmac driveway offering plenty of off road parking and turning area in front of the detached double garage. The garage has an electric up and over door, a side window and courtesy door as well as power and light connected.
Adjacent to the garage is a bespoke cedar constructed (fully insulated) hobbies room or workshop which was constructed by the present owner.
The gardens are private and enclosed by mature hedging, trees and planted specimen trees. They wrap around the property and consist of paved paths, terraces and lawn ~ with the rear garden abutting open fields. It has been known that wildlife are frequent visitors to the garden. The land on two sides of the property is designated as Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).