A beautifully decorated upside-down detached property in the beautiful Corfe Mullen in Dorset.
Henbury Hide makes the perfect place for a small family or group to enjoy a break in the beautiful county of Dorset.
This property has a quirky layout with the ground floor boasting a pleasant king-size bedroom with ample storage, tasteful decor and a modern en-suite shower room.
The staircase takes you to the main living floor, the upstairs boasts two sitting rooms, each with great viewpoints towards the delightful garden.
There is a spacious double bedroom with a wall-mounted TV and plenty of wardrobes, allowing you to pack as many clothes as you wish.
The large kitchen diner is very well-equipped, furnished in modern and stylish colours with wooden decor and black granite worktops.
The kitchen diner and one of the sitting rooms both share a sizeable stylish decking area with ample contemporary seating with views towards the large lawned garden, a well-maintained area perfect for children to play whilst you look on with a glass of wine.
Nestled in the heart of Corfe Mullen, a large village boasting a fantastic range of shops and pubs to enjoy as well as a variety of churches.
There is also a Nature Park if you wish to explore the natural history and beauty of the area.
Nearby are the seaside towns of Poole, with Europe's largest natural harbour and Bournemouth, a vibrant coastal location with an abundance of family activities.
These are two delightful places well worth visiting as they offer something for everybody.
Henbury hide is a fantastic property in a stunning location.
Two bedrooms: 1 x ground floor king-size double with an en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x first floor double, sofa bed. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Kitchen diner. 1 x Sitting room with electric fire, 1 x sitting room with double sofa bed.
About the location
Poole 6 miles; Bournemouth 9.5 miles
The largest parish in England with evidence of life in the area as early as 3000BC, Corfe Mullen sits in South East Dorset. A delightful and busy village that is surrounded by Green Belt land with the River Stour running through it. It is a large village with a wide range of shops and pubs, as well as many churches and places to eat. As well as the usual amenities, Corfe Mullen has plenty of activities with a number of sports clubs including cricket, football, tennis and even baseball. There is a children's centre and a golf club nearby. This part of England is one of the most pleasant areas you can visit, with the beautiful seaside towns of Bournemouth and Poole within easy drives, these are must-visit places with even more going on as well as the usual seaside entertainment.