Built in 1770, this charming house, situated in the historic Saxon town of Wareham, is ideal for a family or two families who want the ease of having plenty of space, a walled garden and access to the shops, restaurants and amenities of Wareham as well as all the stunning sites of Dorset including Corfe Castle and the beaches of Purbeck nearby.
The house has been lovingly restored over the last 12 years by the owners who still use it regularly.
The house consists of a large drawing room with a wood burning stove; games room with a pool table and table tennis table; spacious hall; kitchen with an Aga and large table; separate kitchen/scullery with a gas hob and electric oven; 5 bedrooms; 3 bathrooms, 5 toilets and a separate TV room. The large walled garden backs onto Howards Lane car park and the house has its own carport.
The layout of the house is as follows:
1. Ground floor has a drawing room, a games room, 2 kitchens (one with Aga and the other with gas hob and electric oven), utility room with separate washing machine and dryer, a toilet and access to the patio area and large walled garden.
2. First floor has a TV room, shower room, bathroom, separate toilet, drying room, 3 bedrooms (one with a double bed, one with single bed and one with a double bed and a single bed).
3. Top floor has 2 bedrooms and a bathroom - one bedroom has bunk beds, a single bed and child's bed and the other bedroom has 2 single beds and a child's bed.