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4 bedroom bungalow for sale

Valley Road, Harmans Cross, Swanage, Dorset, BH19

Guide Price £485,000

Property Description

Key features

  • DETACHED BUNGALOW
  • SECLUDED GARDEN OF APPROX ONE THIRD OF AN ACRE
  • FOUR BEDROOMS
  • MASTER WITH EN-SUITE BATHROOM
  • TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
  • STUDY/DRESSING ROOM
  • CHALET/SUMMER HOUSE
  • DRIVEWAY FOR PARKING

Full description

An unusual detached individual four bedroom bungalow set in a secluded natural garden of approx one third of an acre, between Corfe Castle and Swanage on the favoured Isle of Purbeck. EPC Band D

The bungalow which is detached has a mixture of stone and rendered elevations under a concrete tiled roof with upvc double glazed replacement windows. The adaptable accommodation provides an unusual home with gas fired central heating, set in a secluded plot with mature trees and views to the countryside beyond. The main entrance is through the entrance vestibule, the layout is then extends to the entrance hall, snug, sitting room, kitchen/dining room, four bedrooms and two bathrooms (one ensuite). The natural garden slopes away from the rear of the terrace to a level area at the far most boundary, in all extending to approx one third of an acre, providing a completely secluded and private setting. Located between Corfe Castle and Swanage the surrounding countryside is essentially unspoilt, leading down to the Jurassic Coast.

Swanage in Dorset marks the Eastern end of the world famous Jurassic Coast. The other end officially is Exmouth to the West. Swanage is in this pretty part of Dorset is also known as the Isle of Purbeck, the area is very popular for the country walks, the coastal walks, the beaches and the scenery. Swanage has so much to offer everyone: a wealth of attractions to suit all ages, sporting and leisure activities, numerous places to eat and drink and historic buildings. The attractive town hosts plenty of interesting shops. Swanage has a wide range of events throughout the year which will appeal to the whole family. For music lovers, the town offers jazz, blues and folk weekends.

Double gates lead to the gravelled parking area. To the front of the bungalow there is a wood store and garden chalet. From the driveway a trellis archway leads to the stone path adjacent to the front of the bungalow with planted borders. Also from the driveway a second trellis with a stone edged planted border leads to a cobbled style path through lawns, leading to a raised fish pool and to the corner a patio area with summer house. A side gravelled path with aluminium Greenhouse leads to the rear paved terrace with a garden tap and a flight of steps lead into the garden. The main steps serving the garden follow the side boundary and part way down the steps a gravelled path leads through to the small seating area and water pools with waterfall. The steps then lead on to the lower level of garden which is gravelled with Chalet/Summer House 12’6 x 12’6 and timber Shed 13’10 x 8’ with double doors, wood store with adjacent small shed. The garden has a range of mature trees and flowering bushes and has been left to a generally natural state and is completely secluded and private. The total area extends to approx one third of an acre.


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15 April 2016

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