3 bedroom detached house for saleBreach Lane, Kington Magna, Gillingham
Sold STC £650,000
- Detached victorian cottage
- Modernised and refitted
- Views over the Blackmore Vale
- Space and potential to extend ( subject to planning permission)
- Agricultural fields extending to approx. 19.5 acres
- Potential as an equestrian holding
A charming Victorian cottage located at the end of a no through lane set in approx. 19.5 acres with fine views. Scope to extend (subject to permission)
Glenfield originally dates from the Victorian period and was rebuilt in 2011 after a fire. The interior was modernised at that time. The ground floor comprises a wet room off the rear lobby, a dining area with feature brick fireplace that leads from the galley kitchen and through to the sitting room, with another feature fireplace. The ground floor is tiled throughout with attractive quarry tiles. There is a large entrance hall housing the boiler. On the first floor there are 3 bedrooms and a large shower room. There would be potential, subject to planning permission, to extend the property to create a substantial family home benefiting the large plot.
Glenfield is located at the end of a no through public road adjacent to a public footpath on the western edge of Kington Magna. The village has a church and village hall and there is a popular public house in the next village of Buckhorn Weston. The nearby towns of Shaftesbury (8 miles) and Gillingham (5 miles) offer a range of services to cater for most everyday requirements including, supermarkets, doctors surgery, vets, while Gillingham has a mainline railway station serving London Waterloo and the southwest.
The house stands in a plot of approx. 2.5 acres from where there are fine views over the Blackmore Vale. The garden has been cleared and is ready for landscaping. The 2 adjoining fields extend to approx. 15.69 acres and are situated to the north. These are currently let to a local farmer under a Farm Business Tenancy that is due to expire in September 2017. The land is divided into two fields that are sandy and well drained and suitable for winter grazing. There is a mains fed water trough.
From Shaftesbury, take the A30 for approximately 5 miles. After West Stour take the first turn right towards Sandley / Bourton. Take the second road on the left, Church Hill, and Breach Lane can be found on the right (at a crossroad) towards the bottom of the hill.
Mains electricity, water (metered), drainage via sceptic tank. Oil fired central heating.
Council Tax Band D
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