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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

High Street, Corscombe, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2 0NZ

Under Offer £425,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Many character features
  • Large lawned gardens with stream
  • Desirable Dorset village with pub!
  • 2 large reception rooms
  • Early viewing advised
  • No onward chain

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Motivated vendor! A sensational three bedroom,2 reception room character cottage with the massive benefit of a garage.The property, which has country views,also has a lovely large garden backing onto a stream. Early viewing is advised and this property is offered for sale with no onward chain.

This cottage has numerous character features including exposed timbers and brick walling, flagstone floors, dado rails and attractive timber doors throughout, whilst also benefitting from modern features such as UPVC double glazing and oil-fired central heating. This property, which is not listed, offers flexible accommodation and internal viewings are essential.

A timber stable front door opens to the porch, which has a beautiful flagstone floor, and a side screen to the reception hall. Off here is the staircase rising to the first floor, a downstairs cloakroom and access to the rear lobby, which features a quarry tiled floor, Belfast sink and stable doors to the back garden.

There is also a large utility room with plumbing for a washing machine and an oil-fired boiler.

There is a good size L-shaped lounge/dining room with two windows to the front of the property, one with a feature window seat. There are French doors to the rear, as well as a super inglenook fireplace with wood burner, stone surround and mantle. An area of timber ceiling to the rear has wrought iron hanging hooks believed to have dated from the original butchers.

The kitchen has an attractive range of timber worktops with painted doors. There is a Belfast sink with brass mixer tap, timber panelling to dado height and lovely views over the garden to the rear.

On the first floor the staircase leads straights up to a superb dual aspect living room, with features including a cast iron fireplace and wonderful views over the countryside. An attractive arched doorway leads to an internal landing, off which lie three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The bathroom is beautifully presented, with an attractive timber panelled bath, telephone style hand held shower attachment and a further shower overhead. There is a stylish antique timber table with inset twin hand basins and wall-mounted taps, as well as a timber floor.

Corscombe is a Conservation village in an area designated as being of ‘Outstanding Natural Beauty’. The village lies approximately 4 miles to the north-east of Beaminster and comprises small character cottages, larger period houses, farms and a blend of modern houses and bungalows. Amenities include a village hall, church and the ‘Fox Inn. The County town of Dorchester is about 16 miles to the east, Yeovil about 10 miles to the north and the nearest coast is 12 miles away West Bay. The attractive town of Beaminster offers many facilities including a good range of shops, churches, post office, library, two schools, health centres, other professional services and many social and sporting facilities.

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05 September 2017

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