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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

643 Sherborne Road, Charlton Horethorne, Sherborne DT9 4NL

Guide Price £350,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Extended and updated to a very high standard
  • Flexible accommodation, 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 receptions
  • Approximately 150 ft back garden
  • Great combination of period features and modern living
  • Beautiful village location, only 4 miles from Sherborne
  • Excellent commuter links nearby
  • No onward chain

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Chain free. Gorgeous grade II listed cottage built circa 1840, significantly extended and upgraded sympathetically to retain period features. Presented in excellent order with open plan living, 3 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Approximately 150 ft back garden.

Can anyone remember what TARDIS stood for in Dr Who? I can't either but this house is just like one. As you look at the front of the house you cannot possibly imagine the space beyond. It has a single frontage which doubles at the rear and then extends into a 150 ft back garden. Effectively the original 3 separate terraced cottages were converted into 2 L shaped ones. When you see the original dividing wall between the kitchen and the dining area you'll appreciate how solidly these cottages were built.

The home in brief comprises, living room with character fireplace and log burner, into the dining area with open plan kitchen. These 3 rooms create an L shaped open plan living area which is perfect for entertaining and hosting friends and family. Through the dining area is the extended part of the cottage. This comprises a large snug/utility area that has double doors to an enclosed courtyard. Beyond is a rear hall with a wet room and a guest double bedroom. The stairs off the dining area lead to the landing, 2 further double bedrooms and well appointed family bathroom with jacuzzi bath and a good size separate shower enclosure.

To the outside the front garden is mainly laid to lawn and has a path to the front door. At the rear the garden extends to approximately 150 ft. It is mainly laid to lawn and has a beautiful feature mature Beech tree. At the end of the garden is a raised concrete base that has 2 good size sheds and a log store. The garden also has a large polytunnel.

The current owners have transformed this cottage since purchase in late 2007, maintaining the character and sympathetically converting the old outhouse into well appointed additional accommodation. All work has been carried out with the full knowledge and consent of the listings officer where applicable. Works undertaken include, snug/utility room, rear hall, wet room and double bedroom. The master bedroom was extended utilising space above the old stair well in the kitchen that is now a storage cupboard. The front of the house was repointed in 2013. The chimney was repointed with new cowling and pots in 2014. The oil tank has been replaced with a new double bonded one. A new Worcester Bosch condensing combi oil boiler has been fitted with radiators throughout. The bathroom has been renewed and extended utilising some of the obsolete landing space. The kitchen has been updated as well. The loft has been insulated, boarded, has an integrated ladder and lighting. The cottage has been redecorated to a high standard throughout.

The cottage does not have any allocated parking. The current owners rent 2 spaces privately and have done since purchase in 2007. The landlord is happy to continue this arrangement for new owners. These spaces provide convenient access at the rear of the cottage.

This home includes:

  • Living Room

    3.45m x 4.51m (15.5 sqm) - 11' 3" x 14' 9" (167 sqft)

    Wonderful fireplace with multi fuel log burner (installed in 2013 ) and exposed stone wall. Window to the front garden. Exposed ceiling beams. Leads to open plan dining area

  • Dining Area

    3.89m x 3.3m (12.8 sqm) - 12' 9" x 10' 9" (138 sqft)

    Forms the base of an L with the living room and the kitchen adjoining. Flagstone floors. Lovely wooden doors to the stairs and to the under stairs cupboard. The dining area also adjoins the snug/utility room with a stable door and a window. Small cupboard under the window to the utility/snug.

  • Kitchen

    3.4m x 4m (13.6 sqm) - 11' 1" x 13' 1" (146 sqft)

    A good range of white cabinets with contrasting worktops and tiled splash backs. Breakfast bar. 1.5 bowl composite sink with mixer taps. Integrated dishwasher. Large Rangemaster with LPG powered hob. Large American style fridge freezer. Large storage cupboard, used to be the staircase to the old cottage. Cupboard housing new Worcester Bosch oil fired condensing combi boiler. Window to the courtyard.

  • Utility Room

    3.54m x 3.21m (11.3 sqm) - 11' 7" x 10' 6" (122 sqft)

    More of a snug than a utility. Has a worktop built in with integrated freezer and an integrated washing machine. 1.5 bowl composite sink with mixer tap. Fired earth slate floor tiles. Wooden door to rear hall. Double doors to the courtyard. Window to the dining area.

  • Courtyard

    Nestled between the kitchen, the utility/snug room and the downstairs bedroom. Can be accessed from double doors in the utility/snug and stable door to the bedroom. Lovely spot for peace and quiet and to enjoy your al fresco dining or just to read the paper.

  • Hall

    Accessed from the utility/snug. Fired earth slate floor tiles. Wet room to one side and downstairs bedroom to the other. Door to the back garden.

  • Wet Room

    2 piece suite with plumbed shower area. Dual shower head and wall mounted controls. Contrasting black and white wall tiles, black in the shower area, white elsewhere. Obscure glazed window to the rear. Chrome towel radiator. Extractor fan.

  • Bedroom (Double)

    2.2m x 4.26m (9.3 sqm) - 7' 2" x 14' (101 sqft)

    Currently used as a double bedroom but could be an office or further reception room. Built in wardrobe. Stable door and window to the courtyard. Neutrally decorated. Exposed ceiling beams. Velux style roof window.

  • Landing

    Leads to the 2 double bedrooms, the bathroom and access to the loft which is insulated, boarded, has an integrated ladder and lighting.

  • Bedroom (Double)

    3.43m x 3.5m (12 sqm) - 11' 3" x 11' 5" (129 sqft)

    At the front of the house. Wardrobes with beautiful wooden doors run the length of the room and take care of all of your storage requirements, leaving plenty of floor space for the kingsize bed.

  • Master Bedroom

    3.4m x 4.26m (14.4 sqm) - 11' 1" x 13' 11" (155 sqft)

    At the rear of the house with views to the courtyard and the large rear garden.

  • Bathroom

    2.04m x 3.32m (6.7 sqm) - 6' 8" x 10' 10" (72 sqft)

    3 piece suite with WC and Basin inset into white vanity unit, Jacuzzi bath. Separate shower cubicle with plumbed shower and dual shower heads. Tall storage unit with drawers to the side of the shower. White towel radiator. Part tiled walls complimenting the black and white floor tiles. 2 windows to the rear with tiled window sills.

  • Front Garden

    Mainly laid to lawn with shared path to front door.

  • Rear Garden

    Extends to approximately 150 ft. A small shale area leads to lawn and has a beautiful feature mature Beech tree. A shared path allows access to Cowpath Lane. At the end of the garden is a raised concrete base that has 2 good size sheds and a log store. The garden also has a large polytunnel.

  • Parking

    The cottage does not have any allocated parking. The current owners rent 2 spaces privately and have done since purchase in 2007. The landlord is happy to continue this arrangement for new owners. These spaces provide convenient access at the rear of the cottage.

  • Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.

Additional Information:

  • Schools

    The village has it's own well regarded primary school and is in the catchment area for the highly regarded Gryphon school which is just up the road. Sherborne has an excellent reputation for schools in both the state, Gryphon School, and the private sector, Sherborne Prep, Sherborne Girls, Sherborne Boys and Leweston. Further afield are Millfield, Hazlegrove, Bruton and Perrott Hill.

  • Location

    On the Somerset / Dorset border approximately 4 miles from Sherborne and 5 miles from Wincanton. The larger South Somerset regional centre of Yeovil is 10 miles away. There's an abundance of highly regarded gastro pubs and eateries in the surrounding villages.

  • Amenities

    Charlton Horethorne is well served with its Primary School, convenience store/Post Office, garage, church, village hall, and public house the highly regarded Kings Arms, winner of multiple awards. Sherborne with its historic Abbey and the quaint, mainly independent high street outlets, restaurants and bars, 3 doctors surgeries and a library. Yeovil offers offers a large shopping precinct with a good range of established brand outlets. It also has a good range of leisure facilities, multiplex cinema, 10 pin bowling, health clubs, sports centres, restaurants. It also has a large NHS Trust hospital.

  • Commuter links

    London Waterloo can be reached within 2.5 hours from both Sherborne and Yeovil. This line also goes down to Exeter. Alternatively London Paddington can be reached from Castle Cary station which is approximately 9 miles away. By car you're within easy reach of the A303 to take you east or west. The cities of Exeter, Bath, Bristol and Salisbury are all within approximately 1 hour's driving distance. Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Bournemouth airports are all within 60-90 minutes drive.

  • Out and about

    The amazing Jurassic Coast World Heritage site is less than an hour by car. Check out Chesil Beach, the sandy beaches at Weymouth, Lyme Regis, West'll be spoilt for choice here. Walking, equestrian pursuits, gastro pubs/restaurants, it's all on your doorstep here. There are a number of well regarded golf clubs in the area, Sherborne, Yeovil and Long Sutton.

  • Council Tax:

    Band C

  • Service Included:

    Oil central heating, mains electricity, water and sewerage.
Directions. Located at the southern edge of the village, as you approach from Sherborne on the B3145 the house is immediately on the left after the primary school and opposite the church. It's easy to park outside the church opposite the house. Alternatively turn left into Cowpath Lane and immediately turn left again. There are some parking spaces here.

EweMove Property Reference: 7733

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19 July 2016

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