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5 bedroom link detached house for sale

Hawthorn Avenue, Gillingham, SP8


Property Description

Key features

  • Five Bedrooms
  • Wonderful Views
  • Link Detached House
  • Ensuite To Master
  • Dressing Room
  • Two Conservatories
  • Garage & Parking
  • Landscaped Rear Garden
  • Central Heating
  • Double Glazed

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
A superior five bedroom ex-Show house built by Taywood Homes, located in a peaceful setting in a prestigious address in the Wyke area of Gillingham, This spacious home enjoys fabulous views onto a peaceful glade of specimen trees and the river Stour. Built by Taywood as a totally bespoke development of just some 30 houses, clustered around this beautiful setting, on a no through road. With designated green space, the locale enjoys a plethora of wild life and is carefully and sensitively maintained as such. This family home has been immaculately maintained, and improved, and comes to the market with two additional conservatories, set in the professionally landscaped South facing rear garden. Decorated with quality paints in muted and calm shades.

Covered porch area with steel core door.

HALL. Radiator, telephone, central stairs to galleried landing, smoke alarm, coved ceiling, spacious under stairs cupboard with lighting. Karndean floor.

CLOAKROOM. White suite with low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin, tiled splash back and radiator.

Sitting Room
SITTING ROOM. 15'02” (Plus Bay) x 11'00”
Feature fireplace with Class 1 Flue,, currently open to be used as a traditional log/coal fire complete with furniture. Marble hearth and painted surround and mantle. Two radiators. Continental lamp sockets operated via main light switch, television aerial point. UPVC double glazed French doors set in a bay window overlooking rear garden. Switch to outside lighting.

Dining Room
DINING ROOM. 9'03” x 9'05”.
Radiator, coved ceiling. UPVC Double glazed window overlooking the river Stour.

Office / Study
OFFICE. 7'01” x 7'06” .
Radiator, coved ceiling,, front window overlooking river Stour. Telephone point and ample power point.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST.. 12'11” x 9'04”
Well proportioned and light sunny room. Extensive range of cupboards including plate rack. and tall larder unit. Oak worktops with deep ceramic sink and matching draining board and mixer tap. Neff double eye level oven, Bosch Induction Hob with extractor hood over with light and fan. Quality ceramic tiles. Ceramic tiled floor. Garden Trading spotlights. Double radiator and French doors to conservatory.
UTILITY. 6'01” x 6'02”.
Ceramic tiled floor. Cupboard housing Potterton boiler. Spaces and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Oak worktops and deep white ceramic sink and matching draining board, mixer tap. Door to rear garden. Floor cupboard.

CONSERVATORY 1. 10' x 10'. Used as secondary seating area. Quality, bespoke build of UPVC with Opal Heatguard roof, five layers thick with Pilkington glass. Qualty laminate floor in light oak, television and ample power points. Door to garage. Brick walls to match the house.

CONSERVATORY 2 10'07” x 9'01”. Currently used as breakfast area, but suitable for home office, studio, playroom. Laminate floor to match other conservatory, television aerial point. Vaulted roof with opening vent.

First floor
Galleried banister, with spindles. Smoke alarm, access to loft space with ladder fitted, light switch to loft. Airing cupboard housing hot water tank, slatted shelving.

MASTER BEDROOM. LHS. 9'02” (widens to 11'03”) x 11'03”
Television aerial point, radiator, telephone point, door to large walk in dressing room, both sides of which have shelf and hanging space.. Beautiful view of the river Stour , and the glade of trees opposite.

Radiator and points. Light. Both sides shelved and hanging rails giving ample accommodation.

A large en-suite with a white suite., comprising pedestal wash hand basin with vanity cupboard. Mirror over, Low level W.C. electric shaver point, walk – in shower cubicle with bi fold glass doors, radiator, obscure double glazed window to front.

BEDROOM 2. RHS 9'10” x 9'06”
Radiator, UPVC double glazed window giving views to the River Stour

BEDROOM 3. LHS (Sewing Room) 8'05” x 9'10”
Radiator, UPVC double glazed window with views over the rear garden.

BEDROOM 4. RHS. 9'10” (Widens to 12') X 9'06”
Radiator, built in single wardrobe, television aerial point UPVC double glazed window with view over rear garden, innerhall with door to, currently used as secondary seating/library.

BEDROOM 5. (Over Garage) 20'07” x 10’01”
Two radiators, television aerial point, velux window to rear, UPVC double glazed window with views to the River Stour.

A white suite comprising quality steel bath with shower over, low level WC, pesdestal wash hand basin. UPVC double glazed window to rear,, tiled splashbacks, extractor fan, electric shaver point. Limestone floor.

Driveway of brick paviers

Enclosed with iron railings and two gates, outside lights, front and side, external power point and water tap, borders with specimen shrubs and clipped hedges proving evergreen display throughout the year, paved pathway to side gate with access to

Professionally landscaped with second terrace reached via circular brick steps.
Specimen trees, flower borders and stone terrace on higher level and various areas for seating throughout the garden.

Larger than average garage, now utility as well as ample space for car. Previously used as site show office, is plastered and coved with downlights. Painted floor. Double Belfast sink. Plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Separate consumer unit.

General Information
Water, electricity, gas all subject to the usual utility regulations.

TENURE: Freehold

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Local Area

In rural North Dorset, Thomas Hardy Country, near to A303 to London/the South West plus A30.
Three miles from the Beautiful hilltop town of Shaftesbury, famous for its thatched cottages and ‘Hovis’ Hill.
Easily reached are the South coast resorts of Bournemouth and Poole and the Heritage coastline of Lulworth, Swanage, Bridport.
Virtually on border of Dorset, Somerset, Wiltshire.
Near to National Trust Stourhead
Walking distance to impressive and sought after Gillingham High School.
A short distance away from the prestigious Port Regis School and Clayesmore School
Near to Abbey town of Sherborne with host of Public Schools, and quality independent shopping.
Nursery schools and Primary Schools
Near to famous Bruton with Roth Bar and Grill and with Hauser and Worth Somerset represents emerging and established contemporary artists. 
Local easily reachable major shopping are Bath, Salisbury, Dorchester.
Near to vintage and creative town of Frome.

Favoured area in Gillingham.
Walking distance to busy Waitrose with coffee shop.
Walking distance to station mainline Waterloo.
Walk from the house along the National Cycle route following the river Stour right to the HQ Neals Yard.

Seller’s Comments
Green space opposite, and the water meadows beyond that. Peaceful. Wild life including foxes, badger, kingfisher, egret, with specimen trees sensitively handled by the Countryside Ranger and the Gillingham Town Council.

This is a peaceful location, we have been happy here for the last 16 years. The view is incredible.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
09 January 2019


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