3 bedroom retirement property for sale

Barton Farm, Cerne Abbas, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2

Guide Price £324,500

Property Description

Key features

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • entrance porch and hall
  • cloakroom
  • sitting Room
  • conservatory
  • dining Room
  • fitted Kitchen
  • tiled ensuite shower room
  • tiled bathroom
  • garage

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

A terrace three bedroom cottage style home with private garden and garage located in an English Courtyard Association setting for the over 55's, occupying a delightful village setting within historic Cerne Abbas EPC Band D

Barton Farm stands within the setting of an ancient tithe barn close to the centre of Cerne Abbas - only a short, distance from the village amenities. The development comprises a selection of converted stone farm buildings and modern style cottage properties, set in attractive managed gardens, as well as approximately ten acres of beautiful water meadows which are for the enjoyment of the residents. Number 18 has elevations in brick under a tiled roof with double glazed timber casement windows, comprising; hall, cloakroom, sitting room with double doors to the dining room, hardwood conservatory, kitchen, three bedrooms, en suite shower room and a bathroom. Externally there is a small front garden and a private rear garden, which can be maintained for the owner within the service charge if required. Its single larger than average garage is located in a block. Cognatum Estates (a merger between the English Courtyard Association and the Beechcroft Trust) is a leading provider of retirement housing (for people over 55 years) with an estate manager on site providing day-to-day administration of Barton Farm, allowing the owners enjoyment of their retirement or use of the property as a safe lock up and leave second home in a delightful managed environment.

Cerne Abbas, voted in 2008 as Britain's most desirable village, is located in the heart of Thomas Hardy's Dorset. Surrounded by gorgeous countryside that hosts an abundance of footpaths, it is an ideal location for dog owners and walkers of all ages and abilities. The village is probably most famous for its Giant carved into a chalk hillside, but also has many places of interest and amenities including its ancient church, medieval abbey, Tudor cottages, tearoom, village shop with post office, three pubs, modern village hall and village cricket ground. There is also a primary school and a doctors' surgery. Cerne Abbas is a thriving and active community with a host of activities and societies catering to a wide range of interests. A bus service runs to the historic towns of Dorchester and Sherborne, which are 8 and 12 miles away respectively, and which have a wide range of education, entertainment, shopping, health and leisure facilities. Sport in the area includes golf at Wolfedale (5 miles) and Came Down (10 miles), local cricket, football and rugby clubs and sailing off Portland and Weymouth. Communications are excellent with direct railway links from Dorchester to London Waterloo and to Bath and Bristol, cross channel ferries from Poole, and airport at Bournemouth.

Service Charge
For the year 2016 £4092.00.

Tenure
999 year lease from 24.03.1994

Gravelled path to the front porch, planted borders with dwarf hedging. The garden to the rear is enclosed by planting and trellis style fencing. It is gravelled with brick style paths and central patio area. A pedestrian gate and paths lead to the garages and the centre of Cerne Abbas village with all its amenities. Number 18 has a single GARAGE 16'1" (4.9m) X 15'5" max (4.7m) with electric up-and-over door. The gravelled paths meander through the maintained residents' grounds and there are gravelled parking areas. The water meadows are adjacent to Barton Farm and provide a wonderful amenity and delightful haven for the use of the Barton Farm residents.


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Added on Rightmove:
28 September 2017

Nearest stations

  • Maiden Newton (4.3 mi)
  • Chetnole (5.8 mi)
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Greenslade Taylor Hunt, Dorchester

45 High West Street, Dorchester, DT1 1UT

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Nearest stations

  • Maiden Newton (4.3 mi)
  • Chetnole (5.8 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

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