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2 bedroom house for sale

Athelhampton Road, Puddletown, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2

Guide Price £349,500

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The central section of a former Chapel providing interesting 2 storey accommodation adjoining farmland at the rear, on the fringe of this popular village 4 miles east of Dorchester. EPC Band E.

The chapel has been converted to provide a unique and individual property with brick elevations, featuring arched leaded light windows, under a tiled roof. With vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and roof timbers and ornate stained glass windows the unusual and adaptable accommodation has Hall with flagstones, Cloakroom, Sitting Room with wood burner and French casement doors to the garden, Dining Room, kitchen, Conservatory, Mezzanine Landing, 2 Bedrooms, ensuite and main Bathroom all with oil fired central heating. The first floor landing offers potential for conversion into additional bedroom subject to any necessary building regulation approval. The rear garden adjoins and overlooks farmland to the rear. Standing back from the road leading to Athelhampton and Tolpuddle the village amenities are all within convenient distance.

The property is located within the village of Puddletown, which lies approximately 4 miles northeast of the County town of Dorchester. The River Piddle runs through the village with water meadows to the North and woodland to the South. The village church dates back to between the 13th and 15th century although the main village was developed around The Square in the 1860's. The village has excellent facilities including a shop, post office, first school and middle school, modern doctors' surgery built in 1990 and veterinary surgery. The Blue Vinny pub is situated within the village. Puddletown village has excellent transport links with a good road network between all villages and towns. Moreton village (approximately 4 miles) provides a local train station. Dorchester town has its main line rail connections to London Waterloo. Bournemouth International Airport is approximately 23 miles. Dorchester provides all facilities for education including the highly acclaimed Thomas Hardye secondary school as well as entertainment, health, leisure and shopping.

The property has a front garden with box hedging, gravelled and planted beds and oil tank. Immediately to the rear is a paved patio and gravelled garden with planted borders and trained grape vine to the wall. A gate and archway leads to the grassed garden with planted borders and fruit trees. This part of the garden abuts and enjoys views over the farmland.

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18 August 2016

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