A wonderfully bright and spacious family home tucked away near the end of a quiet cul-de-sac; arguably in the best position in this small development where each house has been the subject of individual architectural design.
Built in 2006 by Wyatt Homes to their renowned high standards of specification and finish, it features redbrick ground floor elevations, with cream render elevations on the upper floor and distinctive tiled roof and chimney. This property offers versatile accommodation for the growing family or those looking for a spacious and quieter home in a popular development.
A striking feature, taking its design cue from barn conversions, is the open hallway; two stories high with daylight illumination from floor-to-ceiling windows at ground and first floor level. It is fitted with natural wood flooring. Leading off from the hallway through double doors is a large dual aspect sitting room with gas fire and polished stone effect surround and hearth. French windows provide access to the patio and garden. Further double doors to the separate dining room allow the rooms to be integrated to form an open plan effect for more flexible use. The study is fully fitted with desk, filing cabinets, shelves and cupboards. The downstairs cloakroom has an outward opening door wheelchair friendly like other doors in the house. There is a fabulous kitchen/breakfast room fitted with cream farmhouse-style units that offer soft-close drawers, corner unit with carousel and pull out pantry. NEFF dishwasher, fridge, freezer and microwave appliances are integrated. The free standing Britannia range cooker has two large electric ovens and a six ring gas hob on top. A Franke 11/2 stainless steel sink is inset into the granite worktops which extend round most of the kitchen. The utility room, off the kitchen, has more worktops, cupboards, sink and space/plumbing for washing machine and tumble drier. The kitchen has southerly facing windows over the sink and work area at one end as well as floor to ceiling windows and a large wheelchair friendly glass door into the garden patio at the northerly end.
Upstairs and leading from the stunning open balustrade staircase is the spacious master bedroom with en-suite shower room, dressing area and fitted wardrobes. The second double bedroom also has an en-suite shower room. There is a third double bedroom and a spacious single bedroom. The house bathroom contains both a bath and a separate large shower cubicle. All of the sanitary units throughout the property are by Villeroy and Boch and the bathrooms and en-suites are fully tiled.
All windows, including French windows and rear kitchen door are white painted wood and double glazed with security locks. The house is extremely well equipped with power points, television points, datapoints and video outlets throughout. Superfast high speed broadband is available from the BT fibre optics green cabinet within 50 yards of the property.
A sheltered rear garden acts as a sun trap, catching the evening sun. It includes a manageable lawn area, raised flower beds, greenhouse and two seating areas to enjoy the sunshine. The garden has a great variety of shrubs and trees, including apple trees, a cherry tree, raspberries and gooseberries.
There is a long single garage with worktops, cupboards, power and light and a traditional up and over door. The drive is block-paved with space for two cars and there is ample further parking in front of the property.
Pimperne is situated approximately 2 miles north east of Blandford town centre. It is a thriving village with a fantastic community, with amenities including; two public houses The Anvil Inn and The Farquharson Arms, village hall, church and excellent newly built primary school.
The area is well served by a fine selection of schools including; Bryanston, Clayesmore, Canford and Milton Abbey to name a few. As well as boasting a superb first school in the village which feeds into The Blandford School (buses available from the village).
Train Stations available at Salisbury and Gillingham with main line into London Waterloo, 1 hour 30 mins and 2 hours and 10 mins respectively. The M3 can be joined from the M27 to London and the Home Counties. Ferries sail to the Channel Islands and Cherbourg from Poole.
Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity.