A timber constructed lodge, with open, far reaching views! Owner says "The freedom we have found here has been great. We can use the private grounds to walk in, and have country views from our deck." Leasehold
Organford Manor is a quiet haven of birdsong. This lodge, sits in its own garden and has the most fabulous countryside views out to private grounds.
The front entrance takes you into a lobby, and into the SITTING ROOM. This is a light and airy room, but cosy enough with a feature being made of the fireplace.
From here, the KITCHEN/DINING ROOM opens out. For the chef of the household, there is a 5 ring gas range cooker and double oven. Appliances that are integral include the washing machine, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. There are plenty of cupboards for storage, which make this a super work space, but also a great social space as there is room for a dining table and a comfy sofa too.
The SUNROOM has oak flooring with underfloor heating, making it a delightful place to soak up the Spring sunshine whilst gazing out to the open fields. The French doors open up to the deck, fabulous for the warmer days to come.
The PRINCIPAL DOUBLE BEDROOM, is a generous size and has built in wardrobes and a SHOWER ENSUITE with hand wash basin, shower cubicle and WC.
There is an additional DOUBLE BEDROOM, which also has built in wardrobes.
The FAMILY BATHROOM, has a wash hand basin, WC, and bath.
There is plenty to love about the surrounding gardens and rural feel to the GARDEN. A well loved and well tended garden has mature shrubs and borders with plants. It wraps around the lodge and decking area.
There are also two SHEDS, one of which has power and light to it.
There is plenty of private parking. There is access to private grounds, made available to the residents only, for dog walking and recreation.
This Tingdean Barnsdale Executive Lodge can be bought as a MAIN RESIDENCE only.
Organford Manor Park is for the Over 45's only.
Upon purchase, there will be a new 99 year lease drawn up.
Pitch fees are approx £2415 pa
Organford is a little hamlet in the Dorset countryside, just on the edge of Purbeck, close to the Saxon walled town of Wareham. You can walk to Wareham Forest or take the bikes on the cycle paths. Wareham has an abundance of independent shops, restaurants and boasts its own gas lit cinema. The stunning beaches of Studland, Lulworth and Swanage are a short drive away - or catch the bus which stops nearby. The Purbeck Hills and Arne Nature Reserve are close by and offer far reaching views of the breath-taking Dorset countryside.
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|Room Measurements|| Please refer to floor plan.|
|Services|| Mains electric, LPG gas, eco treatment centre.|
|Local Authority|| Dorset (Purbeck) Council. Tax Band A.|
|Tenure|| Leasehold. No ground rent. Annual service charge £2415.10 pa pitch fees. Length of lease 99 years renewable on new lease agreement.|
|Lettings|| Our Lettings Department is available to provide experienced assistance should this be relevant to your purchase.|
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