Mr & Mrs Turner, Dorset
We were very impressed with your approach, achieving 14 viewings, sold within a week and at asking price! Excellent result!
Detached period property in a rural setting. Standing in extensive gardens and paddock extending to about 1.70 acres, with views to Burrow Hill, Ham Hill and its' monument, as well as over open farmland. There is a double garage and an extensive range of sheds and outbuildings. Internally there is a double width reception room having a wood burning stove, fitted kitchen/breakfast room, utility room with cloakroom off. To the first floor there is a family bathroom, two double bedrooms with a study off the secondary.
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Entrance door leading to
Inner door leading to
Return staircase with cupboard beneath, radiator, dado rail.
Twin double-glazed windows to the rear with extensive farmland views, wide stone fireplace with matching plinth adjacent, wood burning stove, exposed stone work, dado rail, radiators.
Double-glazed windows to both the front and side having rural farmland views over the gardens, fitted with an extensive range of base and wall mounted units with marble work tops, Belfast style sink with period style mixer tap, inset electric hob with electric oven beneath, tiled splashbacks, quarry tiled floor, radiator, wall mounted liquid propane gas fired boiler.
Stable style door leading to the garden, fitted range of base and wall mounted units, tiled splashbacks, quarry tiled floor, radiator.
Double-glazed window to the rear, suite of low-level W.c, wash hand basin, tiled splashbacks, radiator.
Double-glazed window to to the front with extensive rural, farmland views towards Stembridge, airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder, access to the loft space.
Double-glazed window to the rear elevation with rural views, fitted wardrobe with double doors incorporating hanging rail and shelving, radiator.
Double-glazed window to the rear with a view over farmland and an Orchard, radiator.
Inter-connected to the bedroom.
Double-glazed window to the front elevation, suite comprising of, low-level W.c, wash hand basin, bath with shower above, tiled walls, radiator.
Extensive garden and paddock areas extend to about 1.70 acres. From the grounds there are extensive rural and farmland views, encompassing Burrow Hill with its synonyms tree. Ham Hill and War Memorial is in the distance. Formal garden areas in front and to the side of the cottage are laid to lawns with a variety of shrubs and ornamental bedding borders, seating areas. Gated access from Crooked Way to an extensive vehicle parking area. Grass paddock with a variety of fruiting trees and an enclosed vegetable area.
Up and over door, block construction beneath a pitched and tiled roof, light and power.
Included in numerous sheds and outbuildings are an aluminium framed greenhouse, substantial wooden summerhouse, measuring 5.24m x 3.75m with double-glazed windows and double doors, light and power. Further cedar wood chalet/greenhouse with double doors.
Access to a Public footpath is gained over a piece of concreted land at the rear of the property. We understand, from our sellers, that the land leading to this footpath is in their ownership. Interested parties are advised to check this status with their legal advisors.
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