Three bedroom link detached bungalow in need of refurbishment located close to local amenities with a good sized parking area to the front, garden and garage. Inside the property there is spacious accommodation laid out over one even floor. There is an L shaped sitting room providing a good dining area together with a spacious sitting room. There is access to the rear garden from the sitting room. The kitchen is located to the front of the property and provides a light spacious room.There are three bedrooms located off the main hall and a bathroom all to the rear. The property is dated and does require modernisation. The bungalow has the potential for further improvement and extension subject to the necessary consents.The property sits well within its plot set back from the road and with a good sized garden to the rear which is currently overgrown. There is a large drive to the front. This bungalow is sold with no onward chain and early viewing is recommended so not to be disappointed.
3.78m x 0.86m (12' 5" x 2' 10")Sitting Room Area
4.75m x 3.32m (15' 7" x 10' 11")Dining Area
3.10m x 3.05m (10' 2" x 10')Kitchen
4.03m x 2.42m (13' 3" x 7' 11")Bedroom 1
3.32m x 3.07m (10' 11" x 10' 1")Bedroom 2
4.03m x 2.42m (13' 3" x 7' 11")Bedroom 3
2.31m x 2.60m (7' 7" x 8' 6")Bathroom
2.05m x 1.80m (6' 9" x 5' 11")Garage
6.14m x 2.51m (20' 2" x 8' 3")
Wool is a traditional Dorset village with a thriving community and a long history. The name Wool is a saxon word meaning well or spring and the village was recorded in the Doomsday book of 1066. The village does however have much older roots with Bronze age barrows located close to the village as well as evidence of Roman occupation.
Today, this friendly community has a variety of shops providing everyday items with a butcher, general store, hardware store, garage, baker and chemist to mention a few. There are two good local primary schools and further education is provided by The Purbeck School. There are a variety of clubs and societies in the village which provide a wide range of activities for all ages.
A wider range of shopping, education and leisure facilities are all within easy reach at the County town of Dorchester and the market town of Wareham as well as Poole and Bournemouth
From Wareham take the A352 Dorchester Road until you reach the railway crossing at Wool. Go over the level crossing and continue along the A352. Before the parade of shops on the left hand side turn left into Folly Lane and 27 will be found on the right hand side on the corner.
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FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
All items termed as fixtures and fittings, garden ornaments or white goods whether mentioned in these particulars or not are specifically excluded from the sale unless specifically stated or agreed.
Mains water, gas and electricity. Mains drainage. Gas central heating*
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