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  • Bedrooms: 2
A rare opportunity to purchase a delightful three storey Victorian house situated in the picturesque Corn Market close to the Minster church together with the busy town Square and High Street. Wimborne has an excellent range of local shops together with a variety of cafes and restaurants and this property is very much part of the hustle and bustle of this friendly market town.

Front door opens directly to the sitting room with a window looking out to the Corn Market. Behind is a dining room with open fire place and adjoining airing cupboard with insulated hot water cylinder and electric immersion heater. The well appointed kitchen has a good range of both floor and wall units and ample working surfaces, stainless steel sink unit. There is a rear lobby with UPVC double glazed rear entrance door. This area could easily adapt to a utility room. Cloakroom with low level wc.

From the dining room staircase to first floor. There is a bedroom to the front with window looking south across the Corn Market. The second bedroom gives access to the recently refurbished bathroom which is fully tiled and has panelled bath, pedestal wash basin and close coupled wc. From the second bedroom door and staircase to attic room with dormer window looking across the Corn Market.

The rear garden is well enclosed with walls and fencing and has a timber garden shed. The property has attractive elevations of facing brickwork under a patterned clay tiled roof which was reclad in the Spring of 2016. The majority of the windows are double glazed. The property benefits from a right of way through no 15 and Market House.


AGENTS NOTES: The heating system, mains and appliances have not been tested by Hearnes Estate Agents. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive.

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