Mr & Mrs Turner, Dorset
We were very impressed with your approach, achieving 14 viewings, sold within a week and at asking price! Excellent result!
Standing back from East Street a substantial Grade II listed period property, with the unusual addition, of a detached stone barn to the rear. Arranged over two floors, with gas fired central heating, the property comprises two reception rooms with fireplaces, farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room, ground floor shower room, four bedrooms and a family bathroom. Externally, to the front of the property there is a long lawned garden and at the rear a private walled garden with the stone barn beyond. There is a garage and further parking on the driveway for numerous vehicles. It is rare that a property of this nature becomes available on East Street. Given both the size of the accommodation and many retained period features much interest is anticipated.
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Panelled entrance door to hallway.
Staircase to the first floor, door leading to the sitting room.
Stone mullion window to the front elevation, window to the side elevation, full height 'Hamstone' fireplace with oak lintel and wood burning stove, exposed beams, radiator.
Small paned window to the rear elevation and a small paned door to the garden, tiled work-surfaces with shelving beneath, inset four burner gas hob, 'Belfast' ceramic sink, freestanding gas fired 'Rayburn' range which supplies central heating, domestic hot water and cooking facilities. Tiled splash backs, recessed spotlights, exposed beams, laminate flooring.
Under stairs cupboard.
Small paned window to the rear elevation, suite comprising cubicle with shower, wash hand basin, low-level W.C, tiled splash backs.
Small paned 'French style' double doors leading to the rear garden, Sealed period fireplace with brick insets and a 'Hamstone' lintel, flagstone floor, radiator.
Airing cupboard housing a hot water tank and fitted immersion heater. Access to the loft space.
'Hamstone' mullion window to the side elevation with views to the lower slopes of Ham Hill, built-in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving, radiator.
'Hamstone' mullion window to the front elevation, radiator.
Small paned window to the rear elevation, radiator, coved ceiling.
Small paned window to the rear elevation, radiator, access to the loft space.
Window to the front elevation, suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, low-level W.C, wash hand basin, tiled splash backs, radiator.
Laid to lawn with a stone boundary wall, established trees and shrubs.
Private garden, fully enclosed with pond, flower and shrub beds and borders, laid to paving with a further covered seating area.
Standing at the rear of the garden of stone construction beneath a pitched tiled roof with partial glazed section. Light and power, windows and doors to the garden. This barn is currently used for domestic storage, however subject to planning consents the barn could have a variety of additional uses…
Situated to the side of the property with double-doors, light and power, windows and a personal door. Parking on the driveway for numerous vehicles.
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