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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Partway Lane, Hazelbury Bryan, Sturminster Newton, DT10 2DP

Under Offer £575,000

Property Description

Key features

  • No onward chain
  • Far-reaching countryside views
  • Well-presented, light and spacious accommodation
  • Gardens and paddock of about 2 acres
  • Popular village with amenities
  • 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
  • Double garage
  • Meadow with pond, orchard
  • Productive vegetable garden
  • Solar panels with income

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A superb village house with LIGHT and BRIGHT accommodation and LOVELY VIEWS FRONT and BACK along with ADJOINING FIELD of approx 2 ACRES.

Winthrop House was built in 1995 by a local highly reputable Craftsman Builder. The current owners have updated the house with modern fittings and subtle colour schemes to enhance the light and spacious nature of the rooms. The front door opens into a porch, added by the current owners with internal door to the hall. There is a cloakroom and staircase to the first floor. The dining room is beyond with archway to the sitting room. This is a lovely 23' room with wonderful views to Bulbarrow at the back and across the Blackmore Vale to the front, multi-fuel burner and sliding doors to the terrace. The dining room also has sliding doors to the terrace which is south-east facing and a great place for entertaining and al-fresco dining. The kitchen was new in 2012 and has an excellent range of wall mounted and floor standing Shaker style units, Beech wood work surfaces and rounded breakfast bar. There is an electric John Lewis double oven and induction hob along with space for fridge and freezer (both of which are included in the sale). A door opens into the utility room with space for washing machine, tumble drier and dishwasher, sink, work surfaces and door to outside. On the first floor there is a spacious landing with airing cupboard and family bathroom. The master bedroom has fine views to the south over the field to Bulbarrow, range of fitted wardrobes, en-suite shower room and dressing room. Bedroom two has views to the front with the two remaining bedroom being at the back of the house overlooking the garden and beyond. The house is beautifully presented throughout. Outside to the front there is plenty of parking and double garage with gardens and paddock to the rear.

The property is approached from the front via a shared tarmac drive on to a gravel area with parking for a number of cars as well as a detached double garage with electric up and over door, power and light. Paths either side of the house lead to the back where there is a terrace running the length of the house. Steps lead up to a very well maintained lawn with well stocked beds, trees and shrubs along with a raised seating area making the most of the wonderful views. Beyond the garden and accessed from it, as well as a separate 5-bar gate for vehicular access, is the paddock with a number of fruiting trees, wild flower meadow and pond. The land is visible from the house and could therefore be ideal for monitoring ponies or livestock. In the field is an agricultural store/shed built in 2015 which could be converted to stables and tack/store room.

Hazelbury Bryan is located in the heart of Thomas Hardy’s Wessex, approximately central within the triangle formed by the towns of Blandford Forum, Sherborne and Dorchester. It is on the edge of the Blackmore Vale and adjacent to Bulbarrow Hill. The village which featured in the Sunday Times 2015 top 50 places to live, is primarily supported by services located in Sturminster Newton about 4 miles distant, the larger towns such as Sherborne, Yeovil, Dorchester and Blandford Forum which are within about a half hour drive from the village . Hazelbury Bryan is the Parish name that embraces seven hamlets making up the residential areas. They are Droop, Kingston, Parkgate, Pidney (including Partway), Pleck, Wonston and Woodrow. The village has a local shop, community sports field and a children’s play area and The Antelope Inn. The Village Hall on Partway is an active centre of community life. The main Church for the village and the primary school are located at the south-eastern point, in Droop. There is a Methodist Chapel adjacent to the Village Hall.

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Added on Rightmove:
26 September 2017

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