Character dual aspect one bedroom, formally two bedroom property retaining lots of its character features set in a sought after rural location. The character features include exposed brickwork and ceiling beams giving the property a warm homely feel, Kitchen diner, dual aspect bedroom, private secluded garden with garage and driveway parking. The property is situated between the market town of Wareham and the village of Wool both with main line rail link to London Waterloo and within a short drive to the World Heritage Jurassic Coastline including picturesque locations such as Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. The property shares the added charm of a resident peacock and is offered with no forward chain.
Start: Wool train station, Turn onto Station Rd/B3071, Turn left onto Bindon Ln, Continue onto Holme Ln, Turn left onto manor road, Destination will be on the left, Arrive: 3 West Holme manor cottage, west holme, Wareham BH20 6AQ.
We have lived in our beautiful home for 13 years.
In that time, it has been an absolute delight monitoring the seasons from the kitchen window.
At present nature is starting to wriggle and uncoil to the accompanying chorus of the most wonderful birdsong. What a lovely time of year.
Night times with the absence of street lights is a breathtakingly dense darkness and the most perfect backdrop to a sky full of stars.
The peace and tranquillity of this place has to be experienced to truly appreciate its charm, beauty and serenity.
Whoever buys we are sure will be extremely happy here.
Leading to the front door with storm porch and outside light at the front of the property leads into entrance hallway, door leading through to lounge and ground floor cloakroom, walk in storage cupboard with front aspect window, radiator, tiled floor.
Opaque front aspect window, low level WC, wash hand basin with splash back and mirror over, radiator.
17' 3'' x 16' 9'' (5.27m x 5.11m)
Feature exposed ceiling beams and exposed brickwork, front aspect window looking out onto front garden, wood burning stove on flagstone hearth with brick reveals and wooden beam over, feature staircase leading to the first floor, thermostatic wall control unit, sky lead, radiator. Lounge leads through into kitchen diner.
15' 4'' x 8' 2'' (4.67m x 2.48m)
A range of floor and wall units with work surface over, single bowl sink with drainer with mixer tap over, part tiled walls and splash back, space for fridge freezer, space for free standing cooker with extractor hood over, space and plumbing for dish washer, space and plumbing for washing machine, feature window looking out onto rear garden, ceiling spotlights, loft access, tiled floor, dining area with fully glazed doors that open out onto rear garden.
22' 3'' x 9' 11'' (6.79m x 3.01m)
Feature dual aspect windows looking out on both front and rear gardens, character exposed beam, cove ceiling, two built in wardrobes, radiator.
6' 11'' x 7' 5'' (2.11m x 2.27m)
Feature corner bath with mains fed shower attachment over, low level WC, wash hand basin with vanity unit under with mirror over, front aspect window, cove ceiling, ceiling spotlights, loft access, part tiled walls, storage cupboard, heated towel rail.
Driveway leads up to patio area for dining and entertaining, planted borders and potted plants, outside tap, the garden continues through to private enclosed space with seating area, garden path leads through mature planting leading to lawn area with mature hedge border.
Leading out from dining area leads onto shared rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with mature tree border with estate railing, pedestrian gate leads through onto driveway.
Garage And Parking
Shared drive leads to resident parking area, driveway continues through to garage with up and over door with power and light and outside tap, additional parking space in front of the garage.
EPC - E