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4 bedroom detached house for sale
St Mary Well Street, Beaminster, Dorset, DT8 3BB
- Ground Floor
- Entrance Vestibule
- Entrance Hall
- Sitting Room
- Kitchen/Dining Room
- First Floor
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
Tenure: Freehold41 St Mary Well Street was built around 1980 and is in a charming location being one of the last houses on the lane before it becomes a bridle path providing lovely country walks from the front door. The house is only about 300 yards (280m) from the pretty town square and all of the towns amenities.
The house is well proportion and generous and is in need of 'tender love and care' and updating providing the opportunity to create a fine individual home with light and bright accommodation standing on an interesting plot that leads down from the house towards the River Britt.
The sitting room is triple aspect, the open fire currently fitted with a gas fire. There is a utility room separate from the through kitchen/dining room and cloakroom. On the first floor are 4 good bedroom and bathroom. The house has gas heating, double glazed windows and facing elevations of brick. The garden could be fabulous, designed with a good structure and now somewhat wild, this is the type of garden to throw yourself into and redesign and plant with a backdrop of trees and a good degree of seclusion.
Beaminster is a small West Dorset country town nestling in the hills surrounded by countryside designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town has many fine examples of Georgian architecture as well as picturesque 17th century cottages and at its heart is a conservation area with listed buildings, a number of which are built of mellow limestone. This thriving community has a good selection of shops, restaurants and pubs, many of which are clustered around the town Square. There is an annual music festival as well as an arts festival and the surrounding countryside and superb coast, which is designated a World Heritage Site, can be accessed via a network of foot and bridle paths. The larger towns of Bridport, Dorchester and Yeovil are within reach along with Crewkerne where there is also a main line railway service to London (Waterloo).
A driveway leads to the:
Garage: 15'4" x 14'1" (4.69 x 4.3) Electrically operated up and over door. Window and personal door to rear garden.
Shallow, walled front garden with gravelled and paved areas, some of the flower and shrub beds having Victorian edging stones.
There is gated access to the rear garden to both sides of the house, one side leading to a secluded courtyard garden with paved terrace, seating area and stone built shelter. The rear garden and beyond creates a pleasant, green backdrop. Immediately to the rear of the house is a gravelled area which leads down in terraced areas to the bottom of the garden. The garden is somewhat wild and ready to be redesigned and cultivated.
The purchaser has the option to buy a piece of land at the side of No. 41.
Main water, gas, electricity and drainage are connected.
West Dorset District Council - 01305 251010.
Council Tax Band 'E'.