4 bedroom detached house for saleEast Farm Lane, Owermoigne, Dorchester, DT2 8XP
- Detached village house
- Four bedrooms, master en-suite
- Three reception rooms and conservatory
- Established rear garden
- Double garage and driveway
A spacious, well-appointed detached house with generous rooms and established private garden with a variety of fruit trees.
Glebe House has attractive Purbeck stone elevations under a thatched roof and sits towards the centre of the village on a no-through road. The property was built in 1996 and has been occupied since new by the present vendors.
Upon entering the house into a spacious and welcoming hallway, doors lead to the ground floor accommodation. The triple aspect sitting room has an exposed brick fireplace with inset multi fuel burner and French doors opening onto a patio. The kitchen/breakfast room has a tiled floor with wall and floor mounted units. It is well equipped with integrated appliances including Miele dishwasher, water softener, AEG electric double oven and four ring gas hob. Off the kitchen is a useful utility room with integrated fridge/freezer and stable door providing access to the garden.
There is a feeling of space which is increased by the conservatory which takes in the views of the well maintained garden. A formal dining room, study and cloakroom are also on the ground floor.
Returning to the entrance hall, stairs rise to the first floor galleried landing with airing cupboard and doors radiating to all bedrooms and bathroom. The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and dressing room with fitted double wardrobes. The family bathroom has a suite comprising; shower cubicle, bath, wash hand basin and wc. There are a further 3 bedrooms, 2 with built in wardrobes.
Outside, the landscaped garden is private and secluded being primarily laid to lawn with well stocked flower and shrub borders together with a variety of fruit trees. To the corner of the garden is a paved sitting area with stone walling and water feature which meanders through to the paved patio which adjoins the conservatory.
To the left of the house, behind double gates, is a double garage with up and over doors, with power and light, approached by a tarmac drive for ample parking.
Owermoigne is a pretty and popular village, lying next to an AONB with a village green and the parish church of St Michael. To the edge of the village there is a garage, a well-stocked farm shop and a garden centre. Nearby villages include Moreton, Broadmayne and Winfrith Newburgh.
Dorchester with its comprehensive range of shops, educational and recreational facilities, including the County Hospital, is approximately 7 miles to the west of Owermoigne. The area is well served with both state and public schools. There are railway stations on the London Waterloo line at Dorchester, Wool and Moreton (within 3 miles).
West Dorset is renowned for its sporting and leisure pursuits, including walking and riding across the surrounding countryside, golf at East Dorset and Came Down Golf Clubs, sailing and water sports along the World Heritage Coastline. The coast at Ringstead Bay is about 4 miles away.
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