This property is a fine example of Edwardian cottage having been modernised over recent years yet still retaining much of its original charm and character. You will love the cosy lounge with the original ornate cast fire place with tiled back drop and wooden mantle over being the main focus of the room. The separate dining room again boasts an original ornate cast iron fire with wooden flooring, large cupboard under the stairs and door to the garden. An archway leads through to modern fitted kitchen with built in appliances and pleasant views over the garden. Many of the neighbouring properties have extended the rear to provide an openplan kitchen/diner/family room this would be subject to usual planning consents. As you walk upstairs you will find a large master bedroom with ample space also boasting an original ornate fireplace and built in wall to wall wardrobes. There is another good size double and a luxury bathroom suite with built in airing cupboard. On the top floor is a double bedroom with velux windows and an en-suite cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin. The garden is a great blank canvas being laid predominately to lawn with a patio area, to the rear there is an allocated parking space accessed via a private lane.
Ashley Cross is the place to be! Whether you are a family, couple, downsizing or relocating you will not be disappointed it has something for everyone. The 'village' itself has an array of facilities including library, banks, convenience stores, boutiques, doctors surgery, pharmacy etc. But there is also a vast selection of cafes, eateries, trendy bars and fashionable bistros. You can easily access the local parks, schools and the town centre. Parkstone train station is just short walk away with its regular direct routes to Waterloo, London. Sandbanks beach is also just over 3 miles away. You literally have everything on your doorstop.
"I saw the house when out with a friend cycling and it really appealed to me as was in an area I was hoping to buy in. Couldn't get if my mind so arranged a viewing my mum who is sadly no longer with us and we both loved it. Loved being here as we had good neighbours who were very helpful from the moment my son and I arrived. Living here also meant my son went to Lilliput school and then Baden Powell which he really enjoyed. The house is also very cosy and as a single mum I have always felt safe in my home. It's a new chapter in my life my son has turned 18 and is now branching out so its time to look at moving to a new home as I have been here for 14 years."