Potterne Way, Verwood
Price Guide £380,000
2 bedroom Bungalow for sale: Potterne Way, Verwood
Price Guide £380,000
- Bungalow with over Three Quarters of an Acre
- Rare Opportunity
- Frontage to the River Crane
- Great Potential to Improve and Extend
- Gas Fired Central Heating and all Main Services
- Fringe of Verwood with access to Playing Fields and Moors Valley beyond
- Garage, Car Port and Assorted Outbuildings
UNEXPECTEDLY RE-AVAILABLE! A Truly Rare Opportunity to Purchase a Bungalow for Improvement in over Three Quarters of an Acre of Land with frontage to the River Crane.
The Property: comprises a Detached Bungalow built we are informed in 1938 and occupied by the same Family since it was built. The property offers a very rare opportunity to acquire a Detached Bungalow requiring improvement and enhancement in a semi rural location on the fringe of the popular town of Verwood. The plot has an overall area of over three quarters of an acre and direct rear boundary frontage to the River Crane. The property requires updating and enhancement but does have the benefit of Gas Fired Central Heating by Radiators (“combination” type boiler), partial Double Glazing and Cavity Wall Insulation. The land that is currently rough pasture is approximately 0.65 of an acre, bounded by the chalk stream, the River Crane and is within 400m of heathland which has been designated by Natural England as SSSI land (Site of Special Scientific Interest) and as such cannot be developed. The property has a frontage of 150ft (46 meters) to Potterne Way which is a made up and adopted road leading to the Potterne Park football pitches and play area which in turn provides access via footpaths and bridleways to the Moors Valley Country Park. The popular town of Verwood has a good selection of shops and a large Morrisons Supermarket and Petrol Station. Main road links provide access to other centres including RINGWOOD, WIMBORNE, BOURNEMOUTH and POOLE.
Entrance Lobby: with fully glazed doors.
Entrance Hall: with cupboard off and sliding door to inner hall.
Lounge/Dining Room: 17’3 x 11’7 a dual aspect room with radiator, TV aerial connection, tiled fireplace and hearth and built-in airing cupboard. Glazed door and side panels to:
Conservatory: 10’10 x 5’6 with door to the front garden and enjoying a southerly aspect.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 14’5 x 8’5 fitted with assorted storage cupboards, drawers, work surfaces incorporating sink unit. Wall mounted storage cupboards, space for table and chairs, gas cooker point and wall mounted combination type gas fired boiler.
Rear Porch: with water taps.
Inner Hall: with hatchway to the roof.
Bedroom No. 1: 11’2 x 8’5 with radiator and fitted two door wardrobe and storage cupboards.
Bedroom No. 2: 9’0 x 8’6 with radiator and wardrobe surround.
Bathroom: fitted bath, washbasin, WC and radiator.
Garage: 19’0 x 10’0 constructed of timber with double entrance doors
Car Port: 21’0 x 8’6 (in front of the Garage).
Greenhouse: 14’0 x 10’0 (in need of some repair)
Three Timber Garden Sheds: of varying sizes.
Grovella Garden: Has an overall area of approximately 0.15 of an acre (0.06ha) The Front is bounded by fencing and mature hedges, it is laid to lawn together with a shingle and concrete driveway. The Rear Garden which measures about 80ft to 90ft in overall depth by about 45ft in width (24.38m to 27.43m by 13.71m). The Garden is mainly grassed together with assorted fruit trees and a pathway which leads down to the River Crane beyond the Rear Boundary.
The Pasture Land: has an overall area of about 0.65 of an acre, (0.263ha) it has an irregular shape with boundaries mainly comprising a mixture of fencing, hedges and shrubs and is principally laid to rough pasture with its own gate from Potterne Way and woodland leading down to the River Crane.
Services: All Main Services Connected.
Council Tax Band: C
Council Tax Payable 2017/2018: £1,643.80
Energy Rating: D (Current 55, Potential 78)
Property Reference: BBR2226
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