Description A truly unique quintessential three bedroom mid terraced cottage set on the highly sought after St James Street. The property is approached via a hardwood door which leads into the Living room. The living room has a window to front with a Slate window seat, exposed Elm and Oak Ceiling boards, an inglenook fireplace with polished raw lime plaster, bespoke useful shelving to utilise storage space and oak flooring. The kitchen has been cleverly designed with stairs leading up to the first floor, button bead tongue and groove ceiling, a greensand stone wall, an exposed brick and timber wall, Bespoke wooden kitchen with an oak worksurface with matching upstands, Belfast Sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for an oven and Fridge. The landing has been cleverly designed to house a study area and access to the loft via a pull down loft ladder. Bedroom one has views to the front, a double wardrobe, Moroccan Lime plaster on one wall and an exposed feature wall. Bedroom Two has the button bead tongue and groove continuation with a cabin bed, window to rear and clothes rail. Bedroom three has a view to the front aspect with grey Moroccan plaster and a Bespoke single bed. The bathroom has polished lime Moroccan plaster, a bath with a corner tap, Sink, WC, a secret cupboard and window to the rear.
Outside the garden has been carefully designed with a cobble path leading to the back door. Further incorporating lawns, shrubs flowers and herb borders with a fantastic outbuilding / studio.
The studio/ outhouse / utility is a fantastic size and has been fully insulated with two doors and a window, a plumbing point for a WC and sink.
Situation shaftesbury is an ancient Saxon hilltop town enjoying superb views over the surrounding countryside. It has a good range of facilities including supermarkets, banks, schools, cafes, restaurants, Inns, Churches and shops including High Street names such as Boots, W H Smiths, Superdrug and Costa. There are local bus and long distance coach services, Gillingham, about 5 miles away, has a main line railway station on the Exeter / Waterloo line. The A303 is approximately 7 miles to the north giving access to the South West and to London. The cathedral city of Salisbury is approximately 22 miles and the Dorset Coast is approximately 35 miles away.
Additionalinformation Services: Mains Water, Gas, Electricity & Drainage. Council Authority: North Dorset District Council - Tel: Council Tax Band: C Caution: Nb All services and fittings mentioned in these particulars have not been tested and hence we cannot confirm that they are in working order. Agent's Notes: Fitted carpets as seen are included in the sale. Energy Performance Certificate: Rated: Exempt listed property.
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