Scrolling through houses on property sites can be fun, especially if you are looking at some of the most expensive near the Bournemouth area.

From looking over mansions and county estates to beach getaways and a cabin in the woods, there’s a dream home out there for every personality.

If you were looking for a woodland property not too far away from Bournemouth then you could take in a property on Gods Blessing Lane in Wimborne which is on the market for £1.9 million.

Wood End is located in a semi-rural location and is described as a "charming character home" with "attractive" gardens.

Bournemouth Echo: Wood End is in a semi-rural locationWood End is in a semi-rural location (Image: Savills)

Take a look inside the property

On its Savills profile, it says: "Charming character home occupying a delightful wooded setting in gardens and grounds of about 19 acres.

"Wood End is understood to have been built as an estate lodge, and was the subject of extension and improvement by the previous owner during his 40+ years at the property."

One of the features of the property is the "incredible wooded setting" and the house is approached through a line private driveway lined with trees.

Bournemouth Echo: The dining roomThe dining room (Image: Savills)

The front door of the property opens into the entrance hall with cloaks storage, an understairs cupboard and a cloakroom with basin and WC.

Elsewhere on the ground floor, there is a "generous" dining room which has a glazed door to the terrace and windows overlooking the garden.

Bournemouth Echo: The kitchenThe kitchen (Image: Savills)

Meanwhile, the kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of oak-fronted units including a double sink, ceramic hob, double oven, warming drawer, larder fridge, and space for a table and chairs.

The property also has an L-shaped drawing room with an open fireplace. It opens into a conservatory with a door to the terrace.

Bournemouth Echo: A sitting roomA sitting room (Image: Savills)

Heading to the upstairs of the house there are four bedrooms, with the main suite containing a dressing area with built-in wardrobes and a modern half-tiled bathroom with bath, separate glazed shower, basin and WC.

Externally, the garden has a brick-paved terrace and a large lawn which is described as a good space for entertaining guests.

Bournemouth Echo: The paddockThe paddock (Image: Savills)

To the side of the garden is a paddock with field shelter, and a stream-fed pond. This links through to a further paddock behind a belt of trees and along the rear boundary.

There are three areas of woodland with tracks running through them, Martin's Close Copse, Rabbit's Copse and Chalky Close Copse, with the majority of boundaries being onto open farmland.