Knoll View House
257.62 sq m
Guide price £995,000(29.395.293.182 ₫)

Broadmoor RoadCorfe Mullen, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 3RA


    Key features

    • Beautifully presented family house in semi-rural location adjoining fields
    • Approximately under a mile to facilities at Corfe Mullen and approximately three miles to Wimborne
    • Completely refurbished by the present owners to an exacting standard
    • Bright and spacious accommodation with excellent room sizes
    • Granite paved terrace perfect for outdoor entertaining
    • Barbecue house and studio/playroom
    • Extensive lawn and natural woodland with lovely views

    Impressive and beautifully presented family house in a sought after location adjoining open fields.

    About this property

    • Knoll View House a beautifully presented family house that has been considerably extended and completely re-furbished by the present owners in 2014 to an exacting standard. The pleasing elevations are of traditional lime render under a natural slate roof, and particular features include

      • Underfloor central heating to all floors, with a pressurised system powered by an eco-friendly Air Source Heat Pump
      • Clipsal C-Bus intelligent lighting
      • Period style UPVC double glazed windows with monkey tail handles
      • High quality bath and shower fittings by manufacturers including Laufen and Hansgrohe
      • Stunning hand painted oak Shaker style kitchen with large island unit
      • Oak or stained oak floors to hall, sitting room and living room area

      The property offers bright and spacious accommodation with excellent room sizes, and must be viewed internally to be fully appreciated. The house has double height gallery entrance hall with a stained oak floor which continues into the sitting room, with a large bay window overlooking the front garden and paddocks opposite and a traditional cast iron fire surround with log burner. The kitchen/ living room/ dining room runs the full width of the house and has twin sets of French doors onto the terrace The raised living area has oak flooring, the dining and kitchen area have ceramic tiled flooring. The kitchen is beautifully fitted with an extensive range of hand painted oak units with granite tops. There is a large island with circular butcher's block, double Belfast sink, integrated dishwasher and larder fridge. Twin full height doors conceal a beautifully detailed larder with dovetail jointed drawers and wine racks. The good size utility/ boot room has a range of fitted units with solid wood worktops, twin sinks, a window seat and further bench, both with useful storage beneath, a stable door to the side and a door to the large cloakroom which features a bespoke marble topped washstand.

      A staircase with oak handrail and painted wood balustrade leads up to the first floor landing with double airing cupboard. The magnificent master suite includes a generous bedroom with views to the rear, and fully fitted dressing room with a range of built in furniture and views to the front. The luxurious en suite bathroom has a freestanding claw foot bath, twin basins in a marble topped bespoke washstand and a glass walled shower. The guest suite includes a dressing area with views to the front, glazed doors to a private balcony with lovely rural views and an en suite shower room.

      On the second floor there are two further light and spacious double bedrooms both with rural views, and a spacious shower room with double doors to loft storage space.

      Outside
      The house enjoys a wide road frontage to the road. Twin electric iron estate gates with matching fencing open into a shingle driveway providing extensive parking and turning areas and a wooden double carport. The rear garden includes a granite paved terrace running across the back of the house, perfect for outdoor entertaining, an extensive lawn with trees and shrubs, a Barbecue House with central integral barbecue, a Studio/ Playroom and a play area with chipped bark. The gardens adjoin open fields on one side, providing lovely views. The rearmost portion of the garden is a natural woodland with shrubs and bluebells, and the whole plot extends to about two thirds of an acre.

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    The perfect family house in a lovely semi-rural location

    Jamie MortenProperty agent

    Local information

    • Knoll View House enjoys an enviable semi-rural location adjoining fields and opposite paddocks, yet approximately under a mile from the facilities of Corfe Mullen centre, which include a Co-Operative supermarket, local shops, library and Post Office.
    • Popular Wimborne Minster with cafés bars, restaurants and a branch of Waitrose is approximately three miles.
    • The centre of Poole with excellent shopping, entertainment and recreational facilities with Poole Harbour for beaches and watersports,is approximately eight miles.
    • Trains run from Poole to London Waterloo and the A31 leading onto the M27/M3 to London can be joined approximately a mile away.
    • The area is well served by state and independent schools including Corfe Hills and Poole and Parkstone Grammar Schools plus Castle Court, Canford, Dumpton, Clayesmore and Bryanston.
    • Sporting amenities include BH Live in the village, David Lloyd and Broadstone Golf Course, and there are many other fine golf courses in the wider area.
    • The New Forest National Park can be joined at Ringwood and the Purbeck Hills and Jurassic Coast can be found beyond Wareham.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From Wimborne, follow the A31 west for approximately two miles, and at Corfe Mullen turn left at St Hubert's church. Follow this road as it winds up the hill and take the second turning right into Pardy's Hill. Follow this down the hill where it becomes Broadmoor Road. Knoll View House is the last house on the left before it becomes fields
    • EPC Rating = C