A tempting development of just six detached 3 & 4 bedroom homes, with far-reaching views across open fields to the rear.
One of the properties has three bedrooms whilst the remaining properties all offer 4 bedrooms: each with the master bedroom having an ensuite shower room.
Designed to attract those seeking careful consideration to detail, both externally and internally. It is undoubtedly 'a choice property in a choice location'.
With a Build Zone 10 year Guarantee for peace of mind, the accommodation provides a LIVING ROOM with an open fireplace with gas point (and the option of a woodburner).
The KITCHEN/DINING ROOM has sliding doors opening to the rear patio with the sense of light and space being further enhanced throughout the ground floor by the higher than average ceilings (2.5m). Particular attention has been paid to the kitchen area to ensure a smart backdrop to this essentially 'family room' with a range of units having a quartz worktop with matching upstand, complemented by top quality timber-effect 'Amtico' flooring. Appliances include an induction hob, Neff single oven and combination microwave oven, fridge/freezer and a dishwasher.
The UTILITY area in the hallway has plumbng for a washing machine and a laminate work surface.
Within the hallway is also a GUEST CLOAKROOM with a contemporary suite providing a white WC with concealed cistern and a hand-wash basin.
On the first floor are FOUR BEDROOMS (three bedrooms in plot 2) with the MASTER BEDROOM having an ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM with a large shower cubicle, WC with concealed cistern, vanity unit with inset basin, heated towel rail and back-lit mirror. Tiled flooring and also fully tiled to shower area.
The FAMILY BATHROOM will have a bath with screen and a 3-way valve operating the fixed shower head, wand and taps. The remaining specification will be reflected in the ensuite facility.
AT A GLANCE:
Build Zone 10 year Guarantee
Slate or clay-tiled roof
Double-glazed coloured UPVC windows
Gas fired central heating (underfloor on the ground floor and radiators on first floor)
Oak veneer internal doors
Lighting: spot lighting in each corner of living room and master bedroom, together with central ceiling lights and dimmers. Remaining bedrooms with central ceiling lights.
Ceilings: smooth finished.
Stair handrail: Hardwood handrail with soft wood painted balustrades.
Flooring: carpets on landing, stairs, living room. and bedrooms.
TV points: living room, kitchen and all bedrooms.
Driveway: Main drive tarmacced with stone edging.
Private drive: Block paving
Landscaping: Landscaped to front of each property with turfed rear garden and rear patio 2.4m deep paved with Indian sandstone in grey.
Refuse area: top of main drive.
Security lighting: Main drive lit plus light to each private drive.
Telephone: ready for BT to install.
One of the particular attractions of this location is the open view across the field behind: those plots overlooking this aspect will enjoy sunshine late into the evening and a glorious opportunity to enjoy the view from the terrace and garden at the rear.
The plots to the front of the development will be equally advantaged, having the benefit of a sunny south-facing patio and garden with private leafy outlook.
Why 'Knights Mayne'? A nod to history. Broadmayne parish has a long history of human settlement. In the Domesday book of 1086, one of two settlements named Maine was later called Mayne. Then between 1290 and 1338, Knights Hospitaller was established at Friar Mayne which provided stipends for rectories, vicarages etc within the parish.
Country walks on your doorstep and Ringstead Bay are just a short distance away – just some of the many attractions within this area known for its Outstanding Natural Beauty. Couple this with its close proximity to the county town of Dorchester (four miles away) which has a wide range of facilities including mainline (London/Waterloo) station, plus Broadmayne's own village shop/post office, popular pub, modern village hall, where a host of activities take place; public tennis courts, football ground, and extremely well-regarded first school - and the advantages are abundantly clear. This part of Chalky Road lies on the southern outskirts of the village in a quiet location and is set back off the main road overlooking open fields to the rear.
Take the A352 Wareham road from Dorchester, travelling for approximately four miles. As you enter Broadmayne, turn first right after the church into Chalky Road. Proceed for about a quarter of a mile, and prior to the 'S' bend the entrance to the development is located just off a private road on the right hand side.