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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Carraway Lane, Marnhull, Sturminster Newton, Dorset, DT10 1NJ

Guide Price £895,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Delightful character house
  • 5 bedroom main house & 2 bedroom annexe
  • or wonderful large 7 bedroom house
  • Origins dating back to 16th century
  • South facing principal rooms
  • Magnificent hall with ornate staircase
  • Enclosed west facing terrace
  • Large kitchen with 4 oven Aga
  • Over 5200 sq ft internal accommodation
  • B&B with further development potential

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A handsome period 5 bedroom house and adjoining 2 bedroom annexe full of original character features and offering particularly spacious and versatile accommodation.
The Old Malthouse is a delightful character house with origins possibly dating back to the 16th century wand with further additions over time. Constructed of brick and stone elevations under a pitched tiled roof the house is listed Grade II as being of architectural or historic interest. The accommodation is extremely flexible and comprises 5 bedrooms in the main house with a further 2 bedroom adjoining annexe. The front of the house is south facing with the principal rooms being light and bright. There is a lovely large hall with ornate staircase to first and doors to the dining and drawing rooms. Beyond the dining room is a library/study. From the hall the kitchen is towards the rear with good range of wooden wall mounted and free standing units, work surfaces and 4 over oil fired Aga. Off the kitchen is a laundry and utility room, study area and store. Internal doors lead to an inner hall and the annexe with kitchen, sitting room on the ground floor, 2 bedrooms ,bath and shower rooms on the first floor. In the main house there are five bedrooms, two bathrooms and a separate W.C. The house has been used as a successful B&B and has tremendous potential for further income with scope to create ancillary accommodation. The house has been sympathetically updated and retains many period features including fireplaces, recessed panelled doors, window shutters and architraining. Outside is a detached double garage, two former stables, enclosed courtyard and garden.

Marnhull is one of the largest villages in England with a thriving community life and is celebrated in Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles. It has two public houses, two primary schools, three churches, doctors' surgery, pharmacy, butchers, two grocery shops (one with a post office), hairdresser and beauty salon. There are many clubs and societies and it is surrounded by beautiful countryside. More extensive shopping, business and recreational facilities are available in Sturminster Newton 3½ miles whilst the larger towns of Shaftesbury 6 miles and Gillingham 6 miles, together with Sherborne 11 miles, are all easily accessible.

The A303 is to the north of Gillingham linking with the M3 to London. Mainline railway stations in Gillingham and Sherborne with a regular service to London Waterloo taking about 2 hours.

The area is well known for a number of independent schools including Port Regis at Motcombe, Hazlegrove at Sparkford, Sherborne Schools and Bryanston near Blandford. There are two primary schools in Marnhull and secondary schools in Sturminster Newton and Gillingham.

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21 April 2016

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