3 bedroom house for saleThe Green, Sherborne, Dorset, DT9
- Sitting Room
- Dining Room
- Courtyard Garden
A charming Grade II Listed period house well positioned in the heart of Sherborne town centre with 3/4 bedrooms and courtyard garden.
The Cottage is a beautiful period Grade II Listed property arranged over two floors being well positioned on The Green in the centre of the historic Abbey town of Sherborne.. The property has natural stone elevations under a part thatch and tiled roof with later additions to the rear of the property. Internally the property has a wealth of character features to include generously proportioned room with good ceiling heights, feature Inglenook fireplace, exposed stone walls, timber beams and deep window seats. Entering the property the welcoming entrance hallway provides access to both front facing reception rooms, to one side a generous sitting room centred around a feature Inglenook fireplace with flag stone hearth and open fire inset. The second front facing reception room is also of excellent proportions and is currently being utilised as a double ground floor bedroom but could easily serve as a second family room or study area. Returning to the sitting room access flows to the rear of the property with a third reception room being used as a dining area with views over the rear courtyard garden and ease of access to the fitted kitchen with a well stocked range of solid base and wall units, worktops over, stainless steel sink and drainer unit, electric oven and four ring induction hob with extractor over, plumbing for white goods and ample space for fridge/freezer. A pedestrian door leads out to the rear courtyard garden with an undercover utility area providing further plumbing for white goods and the ground floor is completed with access to an inner hallway and most useful cloakroom. On the first floor the bright and spacious landing provides access to the three good bedrooms, the master of which of double proportions with dual aspect and fitted wardrobes. A shower room complete with WC, vanity sink unit and walk-in monsoon shower completes the first floor accommodation. The current vendor has updated the property with much care and attention having installed secondary glazing to the front of the property and recently updated the thatch to the front elevation of the property. The property further benefits from gas central heating.
The Cottage lies to the centre of the historic Abbey town of Sherborne within a short step to Waitrose and many of the towns amenities that include the beautiful Abbey, a main line train station, two supermarkets, three doctors surgeries and a comprehensive range of shops, public houses and restaurants.
The local regional centre of Yeovil is within short motoring distance providing with Sherborne an excellent range of cultural, recreational and shopping facilities while the region is well known for sporting, walking and riding opportunities. Communication links are good with a main line station linking directly with London Waterloo while road links are along the A303 joined at Wincanton.
To the rear of the property there is a private courtyard garden with a generous raised decking area with part stone wall boundary, making an ideal entertaining area during the summer months.
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