2 bedroom mobile home for sale

Organford Road, Holton Heath, Poole

£160,000

Property Description

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A unique opportunity has arisen to purchase a one of a kind park home that has been completely transformed from the ground up. The property has been very carefully modernised using historic and recycled materials from all parts of the country in a fashion that is rarely seen.

* OPEN PLAN LIVING AND KITCHEN SPACE * 2 DOUBLE BEDROOMS * BATHROOM * OFF ROAD PARKING * LANDSCAPED GARDEN FEATURING VARIOUS PATIO DESIGNS*

Viewing on this property is highly recommended to appreciate the time and thought into such rarely seen craftsmanship.

 



The accommodation all dimensions being approximate and with power points throughout comprises:

 The front door is accessed by walking up the bespoke Purbeck stone pathway and steps which have embedded glass bottles with LED lighting. The pathway splits off to give access to the rear garden from both sides. The front gardens are separated by the driveway with half currently being converted into a wild flower meadow style garden and the other being landscaped and a true representation of the rest of the property.

 The landscaped portion of the front garden can be accessed by the Giants footsteps through the bamboo archway before reaching the Celtic Love Knot. From here    the rest of the front garden is exposed with raised flowerbeds, juvenile rock plants beginning to sprout and established shrubs all adding to the atmosphere of the property.

Once inside the property you are able to see some of the elements that sets this home apart from many others. The first feature is the solid oak floor which was salvaged from the recently demolished Kentworth House in Ascot. The whole floor has come from just one room and is in excess of 100 years old and has been laid in a style that flows into each room.

Following on to the living space, we now arrive in the kitchen where a newly fitted solid wood kitchen has been fitted. The kitchen is made up of various cupboards and drawers, inset butler sink, solid oak work tops, fitted fridge and windows all around. There is a fitted electric oven with electric hob over and a fume hood. From here you are given access to the rear garden through the back door but still retain all the aspects from the rest of the living space such as exposed beams and log burner.

We now move onto the two double bedrooms. Both the bedrooms feature the same solid oak floor as the rest of the home however with each laid in is own unique pattern. The larger of the two bedrooms has a front aspect and windows overlooking the front gardens. The second bedroom is rear aspect and overlooks fantastic rear garden. Both bedrooms are fitted with TV points and radiators.

The newly fitted bathroom is designed to directly clash with the historical and more classic design of the rest of the home. With a whole new bathroom suite modeled in a modern style and intelligently thought out using all available space this really benefits the rest of the property.

The Living and kitchen area is centralised by the dual opening log burner set on a stone plinth. The exposed flue leads up to the ceiling where your attention is drawn to the exposed wood beams. These wood beams are again reclaimed and have a history to them. They were obtained from one of the oldest wooden lift shafts in London in what was a former wing of the old Middlesex Hospital now known as Charles Bell House. These beams are not only cosmetic but provide structural support as was there original purpose.

We now enter perhaps one of the largest transformations of the whole property which is the rear garden.

A brief outline of the rear garden comprises of a good sized area laid to lawn set in front of raised flower beds with adjacent patio areas. There are various paved paths leading to different seating/patio areas and dissecting through the well laid flower beds. There is a timber framed shed with electrics as well as plumbing for a washing machine. It currently contains a workbench, washing machine, freezer and controls to speakers set around the garden. There is also an adjacent log store with down lighting and separate oil tank for the central heating.

 

The lawn section of the garden has raised flower beds that are bordered with reclaimed wood again featuring some from Charles Bell House. There is hidden lighting throughout and a high quality close boarded fence surrounding. All parts of the rear garden can be reached through a range of pathways made up from both Purbeck stone and a very rare river bed Purbeck stone.

Here we have the main patio come seating area that is made from Purbeck stone paving and has an adjacent rockery with a built in water feature. The patio is surrounded by various flower beds and garden features with a hanging chandelier style light illuminating the area. Mirrors have also been erected along the outskirts of the garden to accentuate both light and space. 

Alongside the patio area of the garden is a wild inspired section with bird feeders and mature hedging. This is designed to contrast against landscaped area as has been done so fluently in the front gardens.

The timber framed shed has shelving and a log store built onto it and is in the process of being reroofed. Inside the shed you will find power and lighting, plumbing for a washing machine along with further space for appliances and shelving. 

 

 



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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
24 March 2016

Nearest stations

  • Holton Heath (0.7 mi)
  • Wareham (2.3 mi)
  • Hamworthy (3.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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To view this property or request more details, contact:

Bullock & Lees (Wareham) Ltd, Wareham

10 North Street, Wareham, BH20 4AF

01929 780014 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Holton Heath (0.7 mi)
  • Wareham (2.3 mi)
  • Hamworthy (3.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Bullock & Lees (Wareham) Ltd, Wareham

10 North Street, Wareham, BH20 4AF

01929 780014 Local call rate

How much will it cost me to call the number displayed on the site?

Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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