An attractive two bedroom semi-detached house with a stylish interior with lovely character features. The property has beautiful south-west facing gardens and a double garage with a studio above, all overlooking wonderful rural countryside.
Accommodation To the front of the property is an enclosed entrance porch leading into the lovely spacious sitting room which has a feature bath stone fireplace with wood burner, stairs to the first floor and a door leading into the dining room.
The dining room has French windows to the rear, feature cornicing, a feature fireplace and a door leading through to the kitchen.
The kitchen is open plan to the conservatory making it a bright space fitted with wall, base and drawer units, a one and a half bowl ceramic sink, five ring gas hob and a double oven, microwave stack. There is also space for a dishwasher.
The conservatory is of uPVC construction with French doors to one side and another door to the other.
From the kitchen is access into the utility room which has further fitted units, a large airing cupboard and space/connections for a washing machine and American fridge/freezer. There is a stable door out to the garden.
On the first floor a gallery landing gives access to all first floor rooms. There are two generous double bedrooms both with rural views and a family bathroom comprising WC, wash basin on a vanity unit, bath, shower cubicle and heated towel rail.
Outside Double wooden gates lead onto a large stone gravelled drive with ample parking for numerous vehicles and turning area. There is a lawned area to the front with a mature weeping willow tree and well-stocked flower bed.
A double garage with an up and over door is to the front which has light and power connected. Within the garage steps lead up to a studio with windows to the front and rear, again with light and power connected.
The garden wraps around the side and rear of the property and is south-westerly facing. There is an area laid to lawn with a chicken run and a variety of small, mature trees. A pergola-covered patio and a good sized patio terrace with ample space for outside seating, beyond the terrace is a lovely well-stocked fish pond and rockery enclosed by wrought iron fencing. There is also a greenhouse and a useful stone gravel area abutting the property.
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The property is situated about a mile from the centre of Stalbridge, one of Dorset’s smallest town boasting a busy traditional High Street with many shops and businesses including post office, butcher, hairdresser, dentist, cycle shop and busy local supermarket. Many businesses are second or third generation family run and help to provide an excellent community which also has a church and primary school.
The market town of Sturminster Newton is approximately 6 miles to the south and the larger towns of Shaftesbury, Sherborne and Wincanton are within a 20 minute drive.
Road links are excellent with the A30 at Henstridge and A303 at Wincanton. Templecombe (3.5 miles) has a mainline railway to London Waterloo. The surrounding area has an abundance of good quality schools and some of the finest countryside with excellent walking, cycling and riding. The coast at Bournemouth/Poole is within an hour's drive.
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