A four double bedroom detached bungalow situated in the popular road of Egdon Glen on the edge of Crossways. This fantastic property benefits from a good standard of finish throughout, two generous gardens and overlooks idyllic woodland where an abundance of nature can be found. Parking is available in the form of a garage and driveway and the property must be viewed to be appreciated.
From Top O Town roundabout head east on High West Street toward Alington Street, continue to follow this road until you reach Kings Road, turn right onto Kings Road, at the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Alington Road/St.Georges Road, continue to follow Alington Road, at the roundabout, take the 1st exit and stay on Alington Road, continue to follow this road, at the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Alington Avenue,
at the roundabout, continue straight onto A352, at the roundabout, take the 1st exit, turn left onto Highgate Lane, turn left onto Dick O' Th' Banks Road, turn left onto Egdon Glen.
On entering the property there is a wide porch with plenty of space for shoes and coats. This leads directly through to the entrance hall which benefits from engineered oak flooring throughout and gives access to the majority of the ground floor accommodation. Immediately on your left is the sitting room which has two large double glazed windows allowing in plenty of light and a feature inset wood burner with slate hearth. The engineered oak flooring continues throughout this room and offers a variety of configurations as a sitting room. The kitchen is situated at the rear of the property and overlooks the woodland to the north. This conveys a great sense of privacy and has recently been re-fitted throughout with a range of wall and base units with roll top work surface over, built-in four point electric hob with extractor hood over, high level built-in electric double oven and grill, space for dishwasher, space for fridge freezer, built-in washing machine, an additional built in low-level fridge and skylight windows providing additional light during the day. The dining room is situated at the rear of the property and overlooks the gardens and woodland beyond with ample space for table and chairs, engineered oak flooring throughout and telephone point. The sun room overlooks the garden and woodland to the west and benefits from large uPVC double glazed French doors which lead directly through to a large decked area. This room catches the afternoon sun and provides an excellent space to sit and enjoy the peace and quiet. There is a recently refurbished shower room which comprises a low level WC, vanity unit wash hand basin, walk-in shower. This room is ideal for guests and benefits from a skylight window providing plenty of daylight. A large storage cupboard provides additional space for shoes and coats and is accessed directly from the entrance hall with another cupboard housing the oil boiler which is approximately ten years old. Bedrooms one and two both overlook the gardens to the east with large double glazed windows. Bedroom one provides ample storage space with floor to ceiling wardrobes with partly mirrored doors and additional floor space for a double bed and other bedroom furniture. Bedroom two also offers ample space for a double bed and benefits from dual aspect windows to allow in plenty of light. Bedroom three is currently utilised as a study but still offers plenty of space for a double bed and which overlooks the front of the property with telephone and internet point. The fourth bedroom overlooks the garden to the west and currently houses single bunk beds with a large built-in wardrobe and shelving and potential to use for children or guests.
The main bathroom is situated in the centre of the property with a large walk-in double shower with wall-mounted shelving, large sunken corner bath, twin wash hand basins with a large mirror above with storage cupboard underneath and low level WC with a large skylight providing daylight into this room with spot lighting, extractor fan and under-floor heating in the shower area.
The property is bordered by woodland which provides a great sense of privacy and can be accessed directly through from the garden where a wide variety of plants and animals can be found. The garden is split into two halves with a large garden to the east which is bordered by mature trees, shrubs and plants, built-in barbeque area, pond and pergola, providing outside seating space. A shed provides storage space for tools and a side access gate leads to the front garden. The westerly garden benefits from sun throughout the afternoon and currently has a large decking area offering excellent space to sit and enjoy the sun and also a large lawn bordered by mature shrubs and plants with direct access into the garage. This garden also contains the oil tank which can be easily accessed from the road and is set away from the house with a pathway leading through to the driveway. The driveway provides parking for two vehicles. The garage benefits from an up and over door with side entrance door and rear window, power and lighting, offering a variety of uses for storage or as a workshop.
Crossways is located approximately five miles from Dorchester and offers fantastic local amenities including a local convenience store & Post Office, a Co-op, public house, doctors surgery, library and a popular primary school. The village of Crossways is also conveniently located within a 10-15 minute drive to the seaside town of Weymouth which offers fantastic sandy beaches and further amenities. Within approx a mile there is a main line train station which leads to Dorchester and to London Waterloo.