Cranemoor Gardens, Highcliffe, Christchurch, Dorset, BH23

£650,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A beautiful detached house dating back to approx 1860 and forming part of the original Cranemoor estate. The property is full of character inside and out, and is set within well tended and established grounds. It is located conveniently for Hinton Admiral train station and for access to the A35.

A beautiful detached house dating back to approx 1860 and forming part of the original Cranemoor estate. The property is full of character inside and out, and is set within well tended and established grounds. It is located conveniently for Hinton Admiral train station and for access to the A35.

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

A beautiful detached house dating back to approximately 1860, and forming part of the original Cranemoor estate. The property is full of character inside and out including two wood burners, an Aga, and Sash windows, and it is set within well tended and established grounds. The accommodation is generous and versatile, and offers flexible living over two floors.

It is located conveniently for Hinton Admiral train station and for access to the A35, and in close proximity to the beach and cliff top.

From the main entrance there are stairs to the first floor and doors to the ground floor accommodation. To one side is a ground floor cloakroom comprising a WC and wash hand basin with an obscured glazed window. Alongside the cloakroom is a utility room where you have cupboard storage, a sink and drainer, and space for washing machine and tumble dryer.

The first reception room you enter is the formal dining room, under stair cloak cupboard with hanging and storage space. Wood burner with surround, plate rack picture rail, double glass panelled doors open in to the rear sitting room.

The sitting room is a good size, it has lovely parquet flooring, a substantial wood burner on one wall with brick surround and windows either side with built in shelves, all these features add to the lovely feel and character of the house. Doors lead out in to the garden. From the sitting a room a door leads in to the breakfast room where there is a further door to the garden, and a door to the side of the property.

The kitchen can be accessed from the dining room or the breakfast room, it has a solid wood hand made kitchen comprising eye and base units with cupboards and drawers and solid wood worktops. A leaded church style window is a particularly nice feature, as is the Pre 1960's double oven gas fired Aga. There is space for a fridge freezer and traditional oven/cooker, as well as an integral dishwasher.

On the first floor landing there is a cupboard housing the modern gas combi boiler. There are four bedrooms, all of a good size. The master bedroom has a walk in dressing area where you have built in wardrobes and plenty of space for free standing furniture. A door from here leads in to the en-suite bathroom which comprises a panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC.

From one of the bedrooms there is a door that leads out on to a private raised decked area, this makes for a lovely seating area, and you can walk down in to the garden from here.

The family bathroom comprises a panelled bath, shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC.

Outside

The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with various established shrubs in the surrounding borders. It is bound by low picket fence and provides a pleasant outlook at the front of the house.

On one side is a double width driveway which provides parking for several vehicles, and in turn leads to the one and a half garage. There is a door from the garage to the rear of the house.

The rear garden is really quite stunning. It is set over different levels, all of which offer something different, whether it be the private patio area on the immediate rear of the house, the well stocked flower beds, the substantial lawned area, or the private decked area that you can get to from either the lawn, or one of the upstairs rooms. It has something to suit everyone, and it offers a high degree of privacy and lots of sun.

Council tax band E.

* Three ground floor reception rooms * Kitchen * Utility * Cloakroom * Four first floor bedrooms * En-suite and dressing area to master * Family bathroom * Sunny private rear garden * Double width driveway * One and a half sized garage *

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