4 bedroom house for sale

East Farm Lane, Owermoigne, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2

Offers in Excess of £550,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Cloakroom
  • Sitting Room
  • Dining Room
  • Study
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room & Utility Room
  • Conservatory
  • Dressing area and ensuite to the Master Bedroom
  • Bath/Shower Room
  • Double Garage

Full description

A detached stone and thatched 4 bedroom, 3 reception room village house enjoying a private secluded garden in this particularly attractive part of Owermoigne, close to the parish church. EPC band D

Glebe house stands on a no-through lane, close to the Parish Church in the heart of Owermoinge village. Built in 1996 and occupied since new by the present vendor, the house’s attractive natural stone elevations under a thatched roof which was re-ridged in December 2016. The whole is offered is in excellent decorative condition and is thought to appeal to the discerning purchaser seeking an individually designed home which has easy access to Dorchester, the Jurassic Coast, Wareham and the Isle of Purbeck. The accommodation which benefits from GAS fired central heating and UPVC replacement double glazed windows, except to the study, enjoys a secluded location with the principal rooms overlooking the landscaped rear garden. The entrance hall opens to the reception rooms with the triple aspect sitting room having an inglenook fireplace with multi fuel stove, beamed ceiling and double doors to the rear garden. There is a good sized dining room, separate study and spacious kitchen/breakfast room and double doors to the conservatory. Adjacent to the kitchen is the utility room with access to the driveway. To the first floor, the galleried landing leads to the bedrooms and bathroom with the master bedroom having a dressing area and full en-suite. Externally, double entrance gates and driveway lead to the double garage. The gardens are a delightful feature being secluded and private with lawns, planting, mature trees and a terrace adjoining the conservatory.

Owermoigne is a very pretty and popular village focused around the village green and the Church of St Michaels. The character of the centre of the village is of pretty thatched cottages and period farmhouses with a mix of modern and period architecture on the outskirts. The village has a long history and the church itself certainly dates back to at least 1333 but is believed to be much older.

In the village itself there is a garage, farm shop and garden centre. The nearby villages of Wool and Winfrith Newburgh all have village stores/post offices and slightly further afield Dorchester, Weymouth and Wareham all have a much broader range of facilities. Also in the village is the village cricket club with its membership open to all villagers and the village hall offering social activities. The area has a range of good primary, middle and secondary education and lies in the Thomas Hardy catchment area. There are also a good range of private schools in the area. Main line railway services run from Moreton and Wool stations to London Waterloo and there are good road links to the larger local and regional commercial centres.

From East Farm Lane a pair or wrought iron gates gives access to the driveway and the DOUBLE GARAGE with twin up and over electrically operated doors, light and power.
To the front of Glebe House there are planted borders and the bank which follows East Farm Lane back to Church Lane is under the ownership of the property. A pedestrian gate gives access from the front to the side.
The beautifully landscaped gardens are private and secluded being primarily lawned with numerous flowering trees and shrubs to the beds and borders together with various fruit trees. To the corner of the garden is a paved sitting area with stone walling and water feature which meanders through to the paved patio which is adjacent to the conservatory. Paved paths follow the rear elevation and lead to the garage. There is an automatic watering system for the garden, log store and external security lighting.


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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
08 September 2017

Nearest stations

  • Moreton (2.4 mi)
  • Wool (4.8 mi)
  • Dorchester South (5.6 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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45 High West Street, Dorchester, DT1 1UT

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Greenslade Taylor Hunt, Dorchester

45 High West Street, Dorchester, DT1 1UT

01305 575053 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Moreton (2.4 mi)
  • Wool (4.8 mi)
  • Dorchester South (5.6 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Greenslade Taylor Hunt, Dorchester

45 High West Street, Dorchester, DT1 1UT

01305 575053 Local call rate

How much will it cost me to call the number displayed on the site?

Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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