Description This beautifully presented and much improved mid terrace home is situated within easy reach of the town centre and has countryside walks just a few strides away. Over the last ten years our sellers have completely transformed this property into a stylish and contemporary home which certainly will meet a good many requirements for the next owner.
The property is approached from the pavement onto a path leading to the front door and bordered by lawn. The ground floor accommodation consists of sitting room with bay window overlooking the front garden, stairs rising to the first floor with a recess under and access to the kitchen/ breakfast room. The kitchen/ breakfast room has a window overlooking the rear garden, part glazed door leading into the garden, a breakfast bar, wall mounted gas central heating boiler, integrated fridge/ freezer, space and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units with a wood affect worksurface, a one and half bowl sink/ drainer, built in electric oven with gas hob and extractor fan over.
On the first floor there is the bathroom with a modern suite comprising bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, vanity wash and basin and low level Wc. There are two double sized bedrooms one boasting a partial rural view in the distance. Outside there is a single garage in a nearby block and front and rear gardens. The rear garden has been paved for ease of maintenance with a raised shrub and flower bed retained by a low brick wall. There is also an outside tap and timber garden shed. The garden is fully enclosed by timber fencing with gate to the rear giving access to parking and the garage.
Situation shaftesbury is an ancient Saxon hilltop town enjoying superb views over the surrounding countryside. It has a good range of facilities including supermarkets, theatre, banks, schools, cafes, inns, restaurants, small hospital, dentists, health centre, 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: Dorset Council - Tel: Council Tax Band: B 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: D ~ View at
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