Fairlane, Shaftesbury, Dorset
- Recently extended semi detached house
- Four bedrooms, two bathrooms (one ensuite)
- Flexible accommodation
- Kitchen/breakfast room with French doors to garden
- Sitting room/garden room
- Ground floor cloakroom
- South facing garden, parking to the front
- Good location for proximity to town centre
- Popular town with traditional High Street
- No onward chain
25 Fairlane is a semi-detached house of brick elevations under a pitched interlocking tiled roof. The house has recently undergone a programme of renovation as well as a ground and first floor extension being added creating a four bedroom home with good sized and flexible accommodation.
The front door opens into a hall with staircase to first floor and door to the original sitting room with wooden floor and door to kitchen/breakfast room which is a good sized room with ample space for a table, range of wall mounted and floor standing units, wall mounted gas fired boiler and French doors to the garden. From the breakfast room there is an opening into the new extension which is a light and bright triple aspect room with French doors to the garden and giving excellent versatility and could be used as a main sitting room, dining room or playroom. A further door from the kitchen opens to the side of the house which is ideal as a boot room with door to outside, cloakroom and access to garage. The garage has been reduced in size and whist will not accommodate a modern car provides excellent storage for equipment or motorbikes.
Stairs from the entrance hall lead to the landing with airing cupboard. There are four bedrooms and family bathroom with the master bedroom also having an ensuite bathroom and eaves storage.
Outside there is garden and parking to the front with main lawn and terrace to the rear.
The property is approached from Fairlane on to a tarmac drive with parking for a car with small garden area and fir hedge to the front. There is a bin store tucked into the side of the house and wooden gate opens to the rear. The garden at the back is south and west facing with seating area accessed from the back of the house and step up to the lawn which is enclosed by close board fencing and some mature trees.
Shaftesbury has an excellent range of shops and amenities including cafes, pubs, restaurant, niche retailers, a newly re-opened boutique hotel, banks, two supermarkets, small hospital, library, health centre and an arts centre.
The area has good communication links with the A303 and the nearby town of Gillingham offers a mainline railway station to London Waterloo and the Southwest.
The area is renowned for its schools, both state and private and the town has primary schools and a good secondary school.
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Fairlane, Shaftesbury, Dorset
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Gillingham (Dorset) Station4.2 miles
- Tisbury Station6.0 miles
About the agent
To be the most respected firm in the region. Symonds & Sampson are a long established firm of Chartered Surveyors being specialist Estate Agents and Letting Agents with an in-depth knowledge of the regional property market.
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