Muscliffe Lane, Bournemouth, BH9


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A beautiful converted Chapel which is situated in the quiet village of Throop, on the edge of Bournemouth. This Grade II listed building has been converted over the years by the current owners, to now offer stunning open-plan accommodation and underfloor heating whilst retaining many original period features. Outside, the carefully landscaped gardens lie to the front, with the original walls forming the boundary.

This property is conveniently located on the edge of the village of Throop, which is situated on the outskirts of Bournemouth. Within level walking distance is Throop Mill and the River Stour - ideal for fishing. The larger centre of Bournemouth is approximately 1 mile away, offering an extensive variety of shops, restaurants, cafés, bars and leisure facilities. The stunning blue flag sandy beaches are also approximately 1 mile away. The A35 is easily accessible, providing links to Westbourne, Branksome and Poole Harbour (approximately 6 miles). For the commuter the A338 joins the A31 & M27 linking to Southampton (approximately 30 miles east), Winchester (via the M3) and London (via M3/M25). There is a mainline railway station in Bournemouth, and an airport at nearby Hurn.

- Impressive stone-arch providing access to the entrance hall which features original tiled floors

- Splendid open-plan living area which has a double-height vaulted ceiling, period arched windows providing a great feeling of authenticity and underfloor heating throughout

- The kitchen/dining area has a good range of hand painted cupboards, complimented by attractive Quartz worktops with a twin Belfast sink and beautifully crafted wood-panelled facias

- Appliances include a Smeg range-style cooker, dishwasher and fridge/freezer

- Two generous bedrooms, one ground floor and one impressive gallery bedroom

- Stunning family bathroom comprising a rolled edge bath, WC and a period-style washstand inset in a shaped marble top

- Stairs rise to a mezzanine floor which forms the master bedroom suite which is complete with a free-standing bath, wash-hand basin and a WC

- Perfectly landscaped gardens which includes a stone path which leads to the front door, edged by miniature box hedging

- Attractive side garden which is mainly laid to lawn, interspersed with shrubs and mature trees; also incorporating a private terrace and a gravelled area

Energy Performance Rating: E Current: 48 Potential: 75

Council Tax Band: D

All mains services connected

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