3 bedroom terraced house for saleHigh Street, Stalbridge, Sturminster Newton, DT10 2LH
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- Cottage with spacious internal accommodation
- Period origins giving plenty of character and charm
- Fantastic 33' kitchen / dining area with contemporary kitchen
- Sitting room with fireplace
- Further reception room currently used as office
- Private sunny terrace to rear and good sized landscaped garden
- 3 double bedrooms with ensuite facilities
- Shops, amenities and facilities on the doorstep
- Excellent walks in beautiful surrounding countryside
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
A cottage with bags of character in a great High Street location with surprisingly large well laid out internal accommodation.
29 High Street is a terraced cottage with origins dating back to 1650 and further extensions in the late 1800s and finally in 2008. The facade totally belies what lies behind which is a delightful cottage with space in abundance.
The cottage has origins from around 1650 with additions in 1890 and 2008. The original section was reputed to have been used by the Anglican cleric John Wesley and his horse to sleep in when he was preaching in the town. The cottage lies within the conservation area of Dorset's smallest town with all the shops and amenities of the High Street on the doorstep as well as close to some fantastic walks in the nearby countryside. The cottage has some period features including sash windows at the front, some exposed beams and Victorian fireplaces. The features include exposed timbers and Victorian style fireplaces.
The accommodation is arranged over three floors with front door to porch and then opening into a reception room with fireplace. Beyond is an inner hall with staircase to first floor, sitting room with doors to conservatory and then steps up to the kitchen / dining area which is a superb room, open to full height and a fantastic entertaining space. There is also a ground floor shower room. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, both with en-suite facilities and on the second floor there is a further double bedroom with en-suite. Outside there is a beautifully landscaped rear garden which has a paved private sun terrace.
Although there is no allocated parking there is plenty of free unrestricted on-street parking in Gold Street and Silkhay Barton. There are also garages to let in the pub.
Stalbridge is Dorset's smallest town boasting a busy traditional High Street with many shops and businesses including post office, butcher, hairdresser, doctors, dentist, cycle shop and busy local supermarket. Many businesses are second or third generation family run and help to provide an excellent community which also has a church and primary school. The market town of Sturminster Newton is approximately 6 miles to the south and the larger towns of Shaftesbury, Sherborne and Wincanton are within a 20 minute drive. Road links are excellent with the A30 at Henstridge and A303 at Wincanton and Templecombe (3.5 miles) has a mainline railway to London Waterloo. The surrounding area has an abundance of good quality schools and some of the finest countryside with excellent walking, cycling and riding. The coast at Bournemouth/Poole is within an hour's drive.
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