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About the property
A charming Grade II listed Lady Wimborne Cottage situated in Canford Magna with a westerly facing garden and carport.
This attractive character home is a terrace Lady Wimborne cottage believed to date back to 1870. It is understood 111 Lady Wimborne cottages were built forming part of the Canford Estate for the estate workers. They were built in a gothic Tudor style with features such as moulded brick dressings, ornamental chimneys and lattice windows.
This property is well maintained throughout whilst retaining many original features, in addition to the mature west facing garden this property also offers a brick built workshop offering potential together with parking and a carport.
It is located in Canford Magna, a pretty village approx. 2 miles south of Wimborne Minster, a thriving market town with a range of shops and amenities. Canford Magna is home to Canford, a renowned public school. Approx 400 meters from the house is the River Stour where the Canford suspension bridge leads to riverside walks and is popular with paddleboarders and canoeists.
The accommodation briefly comprises; an entrance hall where stairs rise to the first floor and a cloakroom with wc and wash basin.
The spacious sitting/dining room is dual aspect with a feature fire place with a wood burner and exposed ceiling beams. The kitchen offers a comprehensive range of base and eye level units with ceramic sink and drainer, fitted dishwasher, cooker and space for an upright fridge/freezer. A walk in cupboard has space and plumbing for a washing machine.
Upstairs on the landing are 2 cupboards, one houses the gas fired boiler, the other the hot water cylinder. There are two double bedrooms, bedroom 1 has a range of fitted wardrobes. The bathroom is a feature with a white 4 piece suite including a freestanding roll top bath. From the landing a fitted ladder leads to the loft room.
Outside; at the end of the terrace is a gated parking space with access to a carport. The front garden is bound by box hedging with a shingle patio.
The rear garden is a particular feature, along the rear of the house is a glass veranda covering the patio terrace. Steps lead up to the lawned garden which is bound by mature planted borders with a greenhouse. At the rear of the garden is a brick built workshop/store which offers scope to refurbish and create a home office or guest suite subject to required permissions.
Sitting/Dining Room 7.8m (25'7) x 3.8m (12'6) max
Kitchen 4.1m (13'5) x 2.3m (7'7)
Bedroom 1 4.6m (15'1) x 2.8m (9'2)
Bedroom 2 4m (13'1) x 3.1m (10'2)
Gas central heating
Parking & carport
Workshop with scope conversion
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