A 2 double bedroom terraced house in a popular development with excellent school catchment. 900 sq ft back garden and patio. Garage with electric remote control door plus parking on the drive. Baxi boiler, double glazed windows and thermostatically controlled radiators. Loft and garage eave storage.
This would make a perfect first home. It requires no money spending on it and as it is a probate sale there may be help by the way of furniture. And fitted blinds are included to all windows.
Or if you are an investor, this property will always rent because of its location and it’s low maintenance.
Being in a cul de sac, this is a quiet community location. At the front of the property there is a tarmacked drive leading to the garage. A stone slab path at the side of the front lawn leads to a covered porch and a hidden cupboard for storage or the main bin. The cupboard contains the gas and electric meters so can be read without access to your home.
By the front door is the Virgin Media Box which supplies the property.
Off the hall is the fully fitted quality kitchen with built in hob, large oven, washing machine, large fridge and a freezer. Also in the hall is a large understairs cupboard. A Drayton Combistat thermostat is also in the hall.
The large living room/dining area is a bright room from the wide patio doors looking out over the back garden.
Upstairs to 2 double bedrooms and the bathroom with a Triton electric shower over the bath. From the landing is access to the loft which has a loft ladder, light and is mainly boarded-ideal for storage.
The back garden is large(over 900 sq ft) with sun from lunchtime and is part patio, part lawn and is fully enclosed by mainly wooden fencing but also a hedge. Safe to let your dog out or your children to play while you sit and enjoy your BBQ. You can also access the garage from the back patio.
You can actually improve the size of the garden by removing the hedge. And if you don’t want the garage there is an opportunity to convert.
A lovely home in a great location for schools, fun, shopping and access for travelling out of the area.
Cucklington Gardens is a quiet community in the popular Muscliff development, but you are within 5 minutes walk to Castle Lane. On Castle Lane there is the famous Caslepoint Shopping Centre which should meet most of your shopping needs. It has lots of major retailers: M&S, Sainsburys, Asda, B&Q, Next, Topshop, H&M as examples. Plus lots of good eateries including Nando’s, Frankie and Benny’s and Costa.
One of the reasons why this area is so popular is that it is in a superb school catchment: At primary level there is Epiphany, Muscliff Primary, and St Walburga’s Catholic. The first two are Ofsted rated good and St Walburga’s is outstanding. At secondary level Bishop of Winchester Academy(Ofsted good) and the 2 grammar schools are less than a mile away and Ofsted rated outstanding.
For doctors, Moordown Medical Centre is close at hand and Castle Lane Dental Care is also local. And just off of Castle Lane is Bournemouth Hospital.
For work out of the area, you are about a mile to the Spur Road with at least dual carriageway to the New Forest, Southampton and the UK motorway network. From Bournemouth railway there are direct routes to London Waterloo in less than 2 hours as well as direct trains to Manchester. Bournemouth airport is within 3 miles and is the fastest growing airport in the UK. Also the bus service along Castle Lane is excellent.
Locally the area has become a major employment hub in the South of England with the headquarters of JP Morgan about a mile away plus Vitality, LV, Sunseeker, Barclays International, Merlin Entertainments and the RNLI all in the Bournemouth and Poole conurbation.
Very close by is Muscliff Park with play areas and the ideal place to teach your children how to ride their bikes or kick their first football. In the park is the very active Muscliff Community Centre.Talking of which AFC Bournemouth’s premier league club is within 3.5 miles. Opposite the hospital is the Littledown Centre, which is the largest of its type in Dorset with a gym, classes, swimming pool and football facilities. And for the under 5’s there is a soft play centre. For golfers there is a good local choice of public courses: Queens Park, Meyrick Park and Playgolf Bournemouth. Also you are close to Stour Valley Nature Reserve, perfect for dog walks and picnics by the river
Bournemouth town centre itself is a fun destination: lots of shops, pubs, eateries and great entertainment: The BIC, The Pavilion Theatre, The Bournemouth Air Show, the summer fireworks plus 7 miles of award winning beaches all the way to the famous Sandbanks and to Poole Harbour, the 2nd largest natural harbour in the world.
A lovely place to live.
Tarmacked up to a new electric remote control up and over garage door. Drive accommodates one car plus one in the garage. Stone slab path leads around the front lawn to a space at the front of the house which is ideal for plants. Virgin media box.
Living Room/Dining Area 4.3m x 3.7m
A bright room as a result of large sliding double glazed patio doors-fitted with vertical blinds-leading to the patio and back garden. TV point, thermostatically controlled radiator.
Kitchen 1.8m x 1.8m
Double glazed window with woodslat blinds. Stainless steel sink and drainer, rolled edge work surfaces with tiled splashbacks. Quality soft close drawers and high and low level storage units. Indesit washing machine, large electric Teka oven, Teka electric hob with extractor hood. Large built in fridge, built in freezer. Spotlights and thermostatically controlled radiator. We believe the flooring is Amtico.
Bedroom 1 3.7m x 2.7m
Large double glazed window overlooking the back garden with woodslat blinds. Carpeted. Thermostatically controlled radiator.
Bedroom 2 2.7m x 1.8m
Double glazed window with woodslat blinds, thermostatically controlled radiator, carpeted. 2 storage/airing cupboards with a Baxi boiler and a Hercal water cylinder.
Bathroom 2m x 1.7m
Predominantly tiled. Vinyl flooring. White suite with bath with Triton T80s electric power shower. Extractor fan. Mirror fronted bathroom cabinet.
In through the part obscure double glazed front door. We believe the flooring is Amtico. Radiator, large understairs storage cupboar, consumer unit, Drayton Combistat thermostat.
Accessed from the landing. Loft ladder, light and mostly boarded.
Carpeted with a double glazed obscure window at the top of the stairs.
Rear Garden 13.1m x 6.20m
Over 900 sq ft of space laid to block patio and lawn with various trees abd shrubs at the end of the garden. Predominantly timber fencing but an area of hedge.
Garage 4.5m x 2.4m
Concrete floor. Electric remote control up and over door. Power and light. Additional storage space in the eaves. Back door to the rear patio.
Annual Council Tax: Band C £1527.29 payable(2018/9 year)
Connectivity: Currently Virgin
TV: Currently Virgin
Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Rating: Band D (63)
Environmental Impact Rating: Band D (60)
Gas central heating and double glazing throughout with thermostatically controlled radiators
1 off road parking space on the drive plus garage
Low Maintenance property
Investor Information: Projected monthly income of £950 pcm: 4.38% gross yield
Viewings: Available immediately
Availability: There is no chain-probate sale
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Available – 2018-03-19 00:00:00
Type – Furnished/Un Furnished
Rent Frequency – Monthly –