Detached three bedroom house in excellent order throughout with a garage and workshop with a similar footprint to the main body of the house.
EPC band D
Whitecroft is believed to have been built in the 1980's and has warm reconstituted stone elevations under a tiled roof. The configuration of the house and the size of the garage/workshop, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents, lend themselves to the possibility of substantial enlargement to either create an annexe or additional accommodation for the main house. In recent years the property has undergone a programme of renewal and refurbishment taking in all the high cost items in the house to include the windows, the kitchen and the bathroom. The property is conventionally arranged with a hallway to the centre and front of the house with to the left hand side a sitting room that stretches from the front to the rear of the property centered around a wood burning stove. Behind the hall and to the right there is a particularly attractive kitchen/dining/living room with to one end an eating area with double doors onto the terrace and gardens beyond and to the other a beautifully presented contemporary kitchen with wood work surfaces. Beyond the kitchen there is a utility room and cloakroom which is fitted out in similar style and with both the kitchen and utility room laid to practical high quality laminate flooring. Beyond the cloakroom there is a dog and boot room that provides access to both the garage and workshop. Upstairs there are three good bedrooms served by a family bathroom that has been equipped with attractive luxurious contemporary sanitary ware. The property is in excellent decorative order throughout.
Whitecroft lies to the edge of the rural village of Kingston which itself lies in some glorious rolling countryside equidistant from the historic Abbey town of Sherborne, the county town of Dorchester, the garrison town of Blandford and the Saxon hill top town of Shaftesbury. Sporting walking and riding opportunities abound within the area while the region is well known for both its public and privately funded schooling.
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