4 bedroom semi-detached house for saleBickerley Road, Ringwood
Guide Price £500,000
A WELL POSITIONED CHARACTER THREE BEDROOM, EDWARDIAN SEMI-DETACHED HOME, SITUATED WITHIN LEVEL WALKING DISTANCE OF THE TOWN CENTRE AND APPRECIATING VIEWS ACROSS THE BICKERLEY GREEN. PERIOD FEATURES, WELL PROPORTIONED LIVING ACCOMMODATION AND THE BENEFIT OF A LARGE REAR GARDEN. NO ONWARD CHAIN
* RECEPTION HALL * ATTRACTIVE SITTING ROOM WITH WORKING FIREPLACE * DINING ROOM ALSO WITH WORKING FIREPLACE * CUSTOM FITTED OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM * UTILITY ROOM * GROUND FLOOR CLOAKROOM * THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS * LUXURY BATH AND SHOWER ROOM * ADDITIONAL SHOWER ROOM * LOFT ROOM * PARKING * ENCLOSED 150' REAR GARDEN * SUMMER HOUSE * GAS CH * DOUBLE GLAZING *.
DESCRIPTION AND CONSTRUCTION:-
The property dates from 1904, and whilst retaining a number of character features, the property has also been extended to incorporate spacious living and sleeping accommodation, boasting two separate reception rooms, with working fireplace, an impressive open plan kitchen/breakfast room with custom built reclaimed pine kitchen units with maple work surfaces and African slate floor and a fitted "Rangemaster" cooker. Separate cloakroom and ground floor cloakroom. The first floor offering three double bedrooms, luxury bath and shower room in addition to a further shower room suite and there is potential to create either a fourth bedroom or a study to the second floor.
The property is delightfully situated opposite Bickerley Green and is within level walking distance of Ringwood town centre, which offers a wide selection of shopping, leisure and educational facilities. The larger centres of Bournemouth, Southampton and Salisbury are approximately 12, 16 and 18 miles distance respectively, accessed both via the A.31 and the A.338.
On foot:- From Ringwood High Street at the junction between HSBC and Lloyds TSB Bank, turn left into Kings Arms Lane and proceed to the far end and as you approach Bickerley Road, bear around to the left and continue along whereupon the property is located on the left hand side. By car:- From The main Ringwood roundabout adjacent to the town centre car parks leave in a southerly direction along Mansfield Road passing two sets of pedestrian traffic lights and at the mini-roundabout adjacent to Greyfriars Community Centre, bear right and then immediately left sign posted to the Library. Continue to the end of this road and turn left into Bickerley Road, whereupon the property is located approximately 700 yards along on the left and side.
AGENTS NOTE:- DUE TO THE DECEPTIVE APPEARANCE OF THE FRONT ELEVATION OF THE PROPERTY, AN INTERNAL VIEWING IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO FULLY APPRECIATE THE SPACIOUS ACCOMMODATION ON OFFER.
THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:-
ARCHED COVERED EXTERNAL PORCH: Leaded light detail, double glazed door giving access to:
RECEPTION HALL: With double panelled radiator. Telephone point. Dado rail surround. Wall digital control for domestic heating system. Wood laminate floor. Ceiling light point. Ceiling mounted smoke detector (untested). High level electric meter and fuse panel. Doors to under stairs storage.
FROM THE RECEPTION HALL, DOOR TO:
SITTING ROOM: 15'10" (4.83m) into bay window, narrowing to an average of 13' x 13'7" (3.96m x 4.14m) into the chimney side recess. Leaded light detail, double glazed windows to the front elevation, enjoying aspect across The Bickerley Green and beyond. Central ceiling light point. Coving. Picture rail surround. Double panelled radiator. Focal point fireplace with mantel and surround and exposed brick hearth with "Hunter" multi-fuel stove in the recess fireplace. Adjacent multi-media display with two twin door, low level storage cupboards beneath and recess for digi box or similar. On the opposite side of the chimney additional painted pine book shelf with additional storage cupboards beneath. Exposed floor boards.
FROM THE RECEPTION HALL, DOOR TO:
DINING ROOM: 12' x 11'4" (3.66m x 3.45m) max. into chimney side recess. Leaded light detail finish double glazed window to the utility room. Central ceiling light point. Textured ceiling. Picture rail surround. Double panelled radiator. Exposed timber floor boards. Focal point fireplace with timber mantel and surround with wrought iron fireplace with pattern detail. Open fireplace also incorporating hearth. Adjacent to one side of the fireplace, high level twin door housing "Potterton Netaheat" electronic gas boiler unit with adjacent timer controls for domestic hot water for central heating system. Additional twin doors beneath the boiler cupboard with shelving. Recess display shelving with additional twin door low height cupboard beneath.
FROM THE RECEPTION HALL, DOOR TO:
PART PATTERNED GLAZED DOOR, GIVING ACCESS TO:
IMPRESSIVE KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 17'2" x 9'8" (5.23m x 2.95m) at maximum in the kitchen area, narrowing to 9'4" (2.84m) into breakfast area. Dual aspect with leaded light detail finish double glazed windows and matching side door to the north west side elevation. Double glazed twin French patio doors to the rear elevation. Custom built reclaimed pine finish kitchen comprising of butler sink with maple work surface surround with h and c taps. Comprehensive range of base storage cupboards beneath. Space for dishwasher. Matching range of wall mounted units to compliment the main base units. Wall units with down lighting. On the opposite wall exposed brick surround, recess tiled plinth, with "Rangemaster 110" cooker with four ring gas hob with hotplate and twin ovens beneath, recess down lights and extractor fan above and exposed timber beam. Space for free standing fridge/freezer unit. Space for breakfast table and chairs. Double panelled radiator. Inset ceiling spot lights. Additional ceiling light point in the breakfast area. Tiled floor. Exposed ceiling beam. African slate floor.
FROM THE KITCHEN, UPVC PART DOUBLE GLAZED STABLE DOOR TO:
UTILITY ROOM: 11'7" x 4'10" (3.53m x 1.47m). Double glazed door, and double glazed window to side elevation. Two velux windows. Tiled floor. Wall light. Space and plumbing with Bosch wash and dry Avantixx washing machine. Gas meter.
FROM UTILITY ROOM, DOOR TO:
GROUND FLOOR CLOAKROOM: Combined low flush w.c. Corner wash hand basin with hot and cold mixer tap. Tiled floor. Double glazed window to rear.
FROM THE RECEPTION HALL, STRAIGHT FLIGHT STAIRCASE TO:
FIRST FLOOR LANDING: Split level, having dado rail surround. Single panelled radiator. Two ceiling light points.
FROM THE LOWER LANDING, TWO STEPS UP TO:
UPPER LANDING: In turn giving door access to:
PRINCIPAL BEDROOM: 15'10" (4.83m) at maximum into the bay window x 11'5" (3.48m) to the front of the chimney breast, narrowing to the front of the wardrobes. Double panelled radiator. Exposed floor boards. Pine furniture comprising of two double door wardrobes with hanging and shelving. Central lower height storage cupboards. Ceiling light point. Textured ceiling. Coving. Leaded light double glazed windows to the front elevation, enjoying aspect across The Bickerley.
FROM THE UPPER PART OF THE FIRST FLOOR LANDING, DOOR TO:
BEDROOM 2: 12' x 11'4" (3.66m x 3.45m) at maximum points. With leaded light detail double glazed window to the rear elevation, twin door fitted wardrobe with hanging and shelving. Central ceiling light point. Textured ceiling. Coving. Exposed floor boards. Double panelled radiator.
FROM THE UPPER LANDING, PATTERN GLAZED DOOR GIVING ACCESS TO:
SHOWER ROOM: Obscure patterned glazed leaded light detail finish window to the front elevation. Mira Vie shower, tiled surround to the shower area, larger than average shower cubicle with twin shower door access and matching side screens. Half tiled walls to remainder. Combined low flush w.c. Wash hand basin with h and c mixer tap. Two inset ceiling spot lights. Additional wall light point. Ceiling mounted extractor fan. Textured ceiling. Tiled floor. Pine door at high level to the airing cupboard housing factory sealed hot water cylinder. Additional lower height door giving access to the lower section of the airing cupboard. Full height door to linen cupboard.
FROM THE LOWER FIRST FLOOR LANDING: Leaded light detail finish double glazed window to the side elevation. Door to:
BEDROOM 3: 10'11" (3.33m) plus door recess x 9'4" (2.84m). Leaded light double glazed window to the rear elevation enjoying aspect across the back garden. Double panelled radiator. Television aerial socket. Central ceiling light point. Coved and textured ceiling.
FROM THE LOWER LANDING, PART OBSCURE GLAZED DOOR GIVING ACCESS TO:
LUXURY BATH AND SHOWER ROOM: 10'11" x 6'8" (3.33m x 2.03m). Incorporating claw and ball roll top bath with h and c mixer tap and hand held shower attachment. Part shiplap surround to two walls. Separate walk-in shower area with clear glazed side screen and overhead shower head with wall controls. Combined low flush w.c. Ornate pedestal wash hand basin with h and c taps. Inset ceiling spot lights. Ceiling extractor fan. Tiled floor. Radiator with heated towel rail. Under floor heating to this room with control located adjacent to the door access.
FROM THE UPPER LANDING AREA, ADDITIONAL STAIRS GIVING ACCESS VIA TWIN GLAZED HATCH TO:
LOFT ROOM/POTENTIAL STUDY: 12'9" x 11' (3.89m x 3.35m) approximately. Two velux windows to front elevation and one to the rear both double glazed. Central ceiling light and power supply. Low height access into additional eaves storage. Wood laminate flooring.
The property is approached from Bickerley Road onto a hardstanding path to the recess external porch, the front elevation being of low maintenance being laid to gravel and brick paviour with off road parking, side boundaries being clearly defined by low height brick walls. Along the side elevation of the property, pathway leads in turn to a timber gate giving access to the rear garden, to the immediate side elevation of the utility, from the doorway. Concrete hardstanding area. This side elevation also incorporating external light. Outside tap. Covered timber log store.
From the concrete hard standing area, this then in turn leads to a raised decking area, immediately accessible from the patio doors, from the breakfast area. Timber rail surround and is of split level, in turn then leading to the remainder of the back garden, which is predominantly laid to lawn, with established shrub areas, either side of the garden, as you walk towards the far end of the back garden. Gravel path adjacent to the decking area. Pathway also leading to the lawn. The boundaries with the neighbours being defined by close boarded wood panelled fencing to the north westerly elevation and wire fencing to the south easterly. Half way down the garden further raised decking area with glazed bifold door access to the SUMMER HOUSE with additional side screening and high level glazed screening above. Additional side windows and rear window. External measurements of approximately 4.85m x 2.75m (15' 11" x 9'). Adjacent to the summer house, timber pergola, in turn leading to the far end of the garden. Immediately to the rear of the summer house further gravel area with vegetable raised bedding. Mature maple tree and additional mature borders. Fish pond. To the far end of the garden additional TIMBER SHED. The rear garden is a particular feature of the property and enjoys a maximum depth of approximately 46m (150' 11") and a width of approximately 6.30m (20' 8").
COUNCIL TAX BAND: D SERVICES: All mains available.
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