Description A two bedroom period cottage located in the heart of Stalbridge, with spacious accommodation and a wonderfully large garden. Built during the mid 1860's, the property has retained some character features as well as benefitting from an extension. Offered for sale with no forward chain, this property must be viewed to be appreciated. The property is approached by a shared pathway to the front door which opens into an entrance porch, leading into the open sitting room. With a window to the front aspect and a recessed seating area, there is also a fireplace. Accessed from here is the rear porch with an under stairs cupboard, and a door leading into the conservatory which has plumbing for a washing machine. Adjacent to this is the dining room which has a window to the side and another feature fireplace. This leads into the extended kitchen, fitted with wall and base units, oven with hob, a one and a half bowl sink. There is also a window to the rear, window to the side and a door opening onto the patio garden. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms of which with a fitted wardrobe. The family bathroom suite comprises a panelled bath, low level WC and a pedestal hand wash basin. There is also fitted cupboards along one wall in the bathroom. The gardens are a particularly attractive feature with this property, with the front garden laid to lawn and a flower bed. The patio garden joining onto the house offers an enclosed space for potted plants and a small seating area. Opposite the house is a hardstanding which currently houses a greenhouse but can be used as a parking area. There is a pathway that then leads onto the main rear garden which measures approximately a quarter of an acre. The garden is split into 3 different areas; there is a lawned area, a second area which has been previously used as a vegetable plot, and the furthest area as an orchard with a mix of different trees.
Location: stalbridge is a sought-after small country town in the heart of the lovely Blackmore Vale and provides excellent amenities including a supermarket and a variety of other shops, dentist surgery, primary school, churches, inns, library, garages and daily bus services. Main line station at Templecombe 3 miles (Waterloo/Exeter) Sturminster Newton 6 miles, Sherborne 7, Shaftesbury and Yeovil 12 miles.
Additionalinformation Services: Mains Water, Electricity & Drainage. Council Authority: Dorset 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. Energy Performance Certificate: Rated: F ~ View at
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