3 bedroom house for saleChetnole, Sherborne
- HUGE PERIOD NATURAL STONE DOUBLE-FRONTED HOUSE!
- PRESTIGIOUS VILLAGE CENTRE POSITION! VIEWS OVER OPEN COUNTRYSIDE AND PARISH CHURCH!
- 24'2 x 16'8 LIVING ROOM! PARKING! LARGE ENCLOSED GARDEN!
- STUNNING CONDITION! FULLY RENOVATED AND RESTORED!
- FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS! THREE RECEPTION ROOMS!
HUGELY FLEXIBLE ACCOMMODATION (POTENTIAL FOR 5 BEDROOMS!) LARGE PERIOD NATURAL STONE DOUBLE-FRONTED HOUSE! PRESTIGIOUS VILLAGE CENTRE POSITION! LOVELY VIEWS OVER OPEN COUNTRYSIDE AND TO LOCAL PARISH CHURCH! 24'2 x 16'8 LIVING ROOM! PARKING! LARGE ENCLOSED GARDEN! STUNNING CONDITION! FULLY RENOVATED! THREE/FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS (one downstairs)! THREE/FOUR RECEPTION ROOMS! This superb natural stone cottage was the former post office and stores for this sought-after village. Enjoying a beautiful double-fronted fascia, many of the rooms have light, dual aspects. The exceptional accommodation comprises entrance reception hall, large lounge, dining room, conservatory with downstairs WC off, kitchen/breakfast room and snug room/downstairs bedroom. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room and family bathroom. From the first floor, there are lovely views across open countryside and towards the ancient, picturesque parish church. There is scope to convert the loft area (subject to the necessary planning permission). The property boasts some tasteful double glazing and oil fired radiator central heating. The main garden is generous, measuring approximately 56' x 36' and is laid to lawn and fully enclosed by timber fencing and natural stone walls. The house is close to a superb, award winning village pub that is family run. There is a local railway station giving direct links to Weymouth and Gloucester and related rail links to London Paddington and Dorchester. The popular, historic towns of Sherborne and Dorchester are a short drive away with fantastic, renowned private schools including Sherborne Boys and Girls schools and Leweston. THIS HOUSE IS DECEPTIVELY SPACIOUS AND IS FULL OF PERIOD CHARACTER! INTERNAL INSPECTION IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Timber garden gate gives side access to paved patio area. uPVC double glazed sliding patio front door leads to conservatory.
CONSERVATORY – 17'3 x 7'8
Part brick/part uPVC double glazed construction. A generous dining room/conservatory enjoying lovely outlooks across the rear garden, exposed stone work, wall mounted electric heater, ceramic tiled floor. Door leads off to
DOWNSTAIRS CLOAKROOM/WC - (Currently being added and finished).
Timber double doors give access to inner hall.
Blue Lias flag stone flooring, stairs rise from the inner hall to the first floor, glazed and panelled leaded-light doors lead off the inner hall to
SNUG/OCCASIONAL BEDROOM 4 - 11'7 x 11'2
Log burning cast iron stove, feature period original brick fire surround with tiled hearth, uPVC double glazed window to the front, radiator, original period exposed pine floorboards, fireside recess with shelving.
DINING ROOM/BREAKFAST ROOM – 10'6 x 11'7
A central dining room enjoying original period exposed brick fireplace recess and chimney breast feature, ceramic tiled floor, radiator. Panelled doors lead to fire-side recess cupboard, shelving, uPVC double glazed window to the rear with window seat.
Pine panelled door leads to under stairs cupboard space providing space for upright fridge freezer.
Glazed and panelled door leads from the dining room to
LIVING ROOM/MAIN RECEPTION ROOM – 24'2 x 16'8
A huge dual aspect main reception room, formerly the village shop and post office, two feature arched uPVC double glazed windows to the front, uPVC double glazed window to the side with pleasant views to the Parish church, moulded skirting boards and architraves, two radiators.
Entrance from the dining room leads to kitchen/breakfast room.
KITCHEN – 22'3 x 9'2
A beautifully presented split level country kitchen enjoying a range of fitted, period-style panelled cream coloured kitchen units comprising timber effect laminate work surface and surrounds, ceramic inset one-and-a-half sink bowl and drainer unit with mixer tap over, a range of drawers and cupboards under, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, space for concealed dishwasher, recess provides space for upright fridge freezer, a range of matching wall mounted cupboards and display cabinets, natural stone chimney breast feature with recess providing space and point for range-style gas hob & electric oven- dual fuel option, exposed beam work, tiled floor, floor standing oil fired central heating boiler. This room enjoys a light dual aspect with uPVC double glazed multi-pane window to the side and uPVC double glazed multi-pane window to the rear overlooking the rear garden. Loft hatch leads to boarded loft storage space.
Timber door with glazed panels leads to the rear garden.
Staircase rises from the inner hall to first floor landing.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Moulded skirting boards and architraves, period pine panelled doors lead off the first floor landing to
BEDROOM ONE – 11'11 x 12'5
A generous double master bedroom enjoying uPVC double glazed window to the side boasting lovely views towards the Parish church, radiator, picture rail, full height mirrored sliding doors lead to wardrobe/cupboard space. Panelled door leads to en-suite shower room.
EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM
A white fitted suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash basin, glazed corner shower cubicle with wall mounted electric shower over, tiled walls, uPVC double glazed window to the side, radiator, hatch leads to loft space providing ample scope for further conversion (subject to the necessary planning permission).
BEDROOM TWO – 16'3 x 13'10
Another generous double bedroom enjoying a light dual aspect with two uPVC double glazed windows to the front enjoying extensive views across open countryside and fields, uPVC double glazed window to the side enjoying lovely outlooks across the main garden, two radiators, white laminate floorboards, brick open fire place, useful storage alcove.
BEDROOM THREE – 13'8 x 12'4
A third generous double bedroom enjoying a uPVC double glazed window to the front with views across open fields, exposed timber floorboards, radiator, cast iron period fire surround with timber surrounds and hearth, picture rail, radiator.
FAMILY BATHROOM – 13'3 x 10'2
A generous main family bathroom enjoying a white suite comprising a low level WC, pedestal wash basin with tiled splash back, panelled bath, tiled surrounds with hand held mixer mains shower over, radiator, uPVC double glazed window to the side, shaver light and point, a range of panelled doors leads to airing cupboard with lagged hot water cylinder and slatted shelving.
OUTSIDE MAIN GARDEN – 56'0 x 36'0
The main garden is situated to the side of the property. The main garden is laid mainly to lawn and enjoys paved patio areas, outside tap, outside lighting, outside power points. The rear garden is enclosed by stone walling and timber panel fencing, raised timber deck patio area, timber door leads to timber garden shed. The property comes with a private, personal off road parking area for 1-2 cars.
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