Mays presents this early post-war dwelling and has retained original features such as a feature stain glass window which floods the entrance hall with light. The accommodation requires updating but it is well laid out and offers real potential as a family home, with plenty of scope for potential purchasers to re-model and update to their own tastes. The principal rooms enjoy a southerly aspect; the reception rooms all benefit from patio doors leading directly onto the main garden. There is a large kitchen/dining/day room and a good sized utility room with a door leading directly to the large double garage. Upstairs there are four generous sized bedrooms all located off of the spacious landing. The master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and a huge en-suite bathroom; the second bedroom also has fitted wardrobes and an en-suite, as well as a balcony overlooking the southerly rear garden. There are two further bedrooms and two additional bathrooms. In addition to the accommodation detailed above, there is also a fully insulated and boarded loft.
Gardens and Grounds
Flanked by mature hedgerows, a private driveway leads from Canford Cliffs Road to a block paved parking area. The lawned areas are bound by mature hedgerows and trees, and there is also a man-made stream running through the garden providing an attractive focal point. The skillfully landscaped grounds split levels with easy stone steps and extended patios. There is also a large lawn area positioned to the east end of the grounds with double gates giving direct access to Bury Road.
A most convenient location close to many of the leading local facilities and positioned on one of the area’s principal and prestigious roads. * available Now