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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Pottery Road


Property Description

Key features

  • 3 Bedroom, 3 Reception Detached House
  • Excellently Presented With Many Character Features
  • Good Sized Garden, Garage & Additional Parking

Full description

Clearwater are delighted to present this substantial Edwardian (circa 1909) detached house located close to ever popular Ashley Cross and Whitecliff Park. The property has 3 reception rooms and 3 Bedrooms, with one of the reception rooms being suited for use as a bedroom if required. The most striking feature of the property is the wonderful character yet contemporary Kitchen / Breakfast Room. It is presented in excellent order throughout with a large number of retained character features. The property also has a good sized rear garden with 2 separated seating areas, bike port, timber child's playhouse, large timber shed, garage and ORP for up to 3 cars.

Storm Porch
A closed storm porch which is timber clad with double glazed windows with leaded detail and timber front door with character style leading in-print. Painted exposed brick walls and ceramic tiled floor. Wooden panel ceiling and part walls.

Reception Hallway
Stripped wood including the balustrade, spindles, windows and doors. Paper concrete floor. Original picture rails. Recessed halogen spotlights. Understairs storage cupboard which has the electric consumer unit and meter.

Living Room 3.80m (12' 6') x 4.39m (14' 5')
Detailed timber paneling to the ceiling which is typical in 2 or 3 of the principle rooms especially in the bedrooms. A brick formed fireplace with a hard wood fire surround and slate effect tiles to the heart. Log burning stove which is multi fueled so you are able to burn both logs and coal. Stripped wood skirting boards and picture rails. Hard wood flooring. A UPVC double glazed and leaded pair of French doors and four other side light windows all UPVC double glazed and leaded leading to the east facing terrace. Ceiling pendant. Radiator. Thermostatic radiator value.

Reception 2 3.80m (12' 6') x 4.46m (14' 8')
A character style cast iron fire place. Original picture rail. Deep skirting boards. Ceiling pendant. UPVC double glazed windows with top venting leaded detail over looking the front garden. Radiator. Stripped wood doors.

A character style heritage WC. Also a character style vanity wash hand basin with chrome mixer taps over. An obscure glazed UPVC double glazed window to side aspect. Extractor fan. Ceramic tiled floors. Radiator. Ceiling pendant.

Inner Hallway
Stripped wood and half timbered paneling under a dado rail. Character style skirting boards. Hard wood flooring. Recessed halogen spotlights. Original picture rail. Leading to the study.

Study 2.35m (7' 9') x 3.57m (11' 9')
Built-in filing storage cabinet built-in to the old chimneys breast. Complete range of wall mounted book cases and built-in office furniture suitable for housing computers etc. Ceiling spotlight present.

Kitchen Breakfast Room 2.74m (9' 0') x 5.67m (18' 7')
Complies of a double electric fan assisted oven with a separate grill and plate warmer. Seven gas hob with extractor canopy over. The kitchen has a hand painted finish with a good selection of floor standing wall mounted kitchen units. Some of these units having leaded character details and halogen spotlights. Space for a flat screen TV and dishwasher with a pull out ledge for additional eating space. There is also space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Two chrome sink units one being 1.5 bowl with character style chrome mixers taps over. The other being a single bowl towards the utility area with character style chrome taps. Three UPVC double glazed windows top vents being leaded. A timber and glass stable door giving access to the rear garden. A built-in lava style fridge freezer. Built-in table made of the same work surface edged and timber. Concealed radiator with top vents into work top. Recessed halogen spotlights. Exposed and aged character style timber beams. Solid ceramic tiled floors.

UPVC double glazed window stacked into a timber window frame with character eve detailing. Original picture rails.

Master Bedroom 4.46m (14' 8') x 3.91m (12' 10')
Bedroom 2 3.24m (10' 8') x 3.81m (12' 6')
UPVC triple aspect double glazed window with top leaded vents. A former chimneys breast now a shelving unit. Character style coving. Stripped wood doors. Inner storage cupboard which serves as an airing cupboard. Radiator. Original picture rails. Timber panelling

Bedroom 3 2.91m (9' 7') x 3.55m (11' 8')
The Location
The property is located between Whitecliff Park and Ashley Cross, Whitecliff Park offers direct waterside access to Poole harbour with a wide array of open air activities. Ashley Cross is a Victorian village green surrounded by a vast array of restaurants and coffee type trendy bars. There is also a mainline train station nearby.

Council Tax Band
Borough of Poole council tax band E 1772.21 per annum

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
04 August 2011


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