3 bedroom bungalow for saleWoodlands Mead, Marnhull, Sturminster Newton, DT10 1JW
- Sought after village
- Peaceful location
- Dual aspect sitting/dining room
- Open fireplace
- 3 double bedrooms
- Further scope to extend STP
- Private mature garden
- Garage and parking
A DETACHED BUNGALOW in a PEACEFUL close with SOUTH FACING garden just a SHORT WALK from the SHOPS and middle of village.
7 Woodlands Mead is detached bungalow believed to have been built in the late 1970s. The accommodation is very light and bright with generous size rooms. There is a good sized hall with plenty of useful storage and access to the large loft. The sitting/dining room is a lovely dual aspect, L-shaped room that was extended by the former owners and has an open fire and large picture window overlooking the garden. The kitchen has a good range of wall mounted and floor standing units and a door to the dining room. There are three double bedrooms with bedroom 1 and 2 overlooking the garden, bedroom 2 having fitted wardrobes. One of the bedrooms could be used as a separate, more formal dining room should a buyer wish. There is also scope for further side extension, to create an ensuite bathroom and/or dressing room (STP). Outside there is a garage, attractive private garden and ample parking on the drive.
The property is approached via a shared (with no. 6) drive on which there is parking for a number of cars and leading to the garage with electric roller door. There is a useful tool store and gardener's WC adjoining the garage. A path then passes the side of the dwelling and leads to the lovely enclosed south-facing garden which has mature hedges and shrubs, neat lawn and sun terrace. The garden extends around the other side of the bungalow and joins the drive. A well-stocked bank running down to the pavement belongs to the property and could give a larger lawn but currently provides excellent privacy.
The property is situated in Woodlands Mead, a very small and quiet development of just seven bungalows. 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, 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.
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