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6 bedroom house for sale

Glue Hill, Sturminster Newton, DT10

Sold STC £475,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Living Room
  • Studio
  • Sitting Room
  • Kitchen
  • Dining Room
  • Utility Room
  • En-Suite
  • Bathroom
  • Annexe

Full description

A beautifully presented six bedroom Victorian home offering many period features, garage, gardens, parking and scope for income/annexe potential.
EPC Band E.

Holly House is a fine example of a well presented Victorian home with brick elevations, attractive stone quoins and window mouldings under a slate roof. The property is well presented throughout with a wealth of period features to include flagstone and mosaic flooring, sash windows, exposed alcoves and coving to name but a few. The property is believed to have been built in the late 1800 the detailing of the property is immediately apparent as you enter the entrance hallway with welcoming area with mosaic tiled flooring and understairs storage. The entrance hall provides access to a wealth of ground floor living accommodation with two formal reception rooms to the front of the home, both benefiting from part double glazed sash effect windows, flagstone flooring and both benefiting from being centred around feature fireplaces with wood burner inset. The garden room is located to the rear of the property, a bright and spacious room with French doors leading to the sun terrace and private rear gardens. The main ground floor body of the house is completed with a fitted farmhouse style kitchen with continuation of beautiful flagstone flooring and complete with a range of base and wall units, stainless steel sink and half bowl drainer, electric double oven, grill and gas hob inset. The separate utility area provides further storage solutions with a beautiful Belfast sink, ample space for fridge/freezer and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. The character kitchen was converted in the former garage/coach house as is the final part of the ground floor that has been configured to provide a further bedroom/living area with kitchen and en-suite facilities. This is a perfect area for a dependant relative or for annexe/income opportunities. Upstairs the property offers some well proportioned bedroom accommodation, the master of which being built above the former coach house with beautiful features to include exposed brick work and a feature mezzanine dressing area with galleried landing and ample fitted wardrobes space. The master suite comes complete with en-suite shower facilities. The first floor accommodation is completed with a further four bedrooms two of which are of excellent double proportions and family bathroom with Armishaw Shanks fittings, panelled bath, WC and pedestal sink unit.

Holly House is centrally situated withinSturminster Newton which is a vibrant market town, although the Cattle Market of Samuel Rowland's day closed in 1998. In its place is now a vibrant shopping and cultural centre for this picturesque market town with the River Stour, famous Mill and Thomas Hardy's countryside on the doorstep, this is indeed a well located family home. Sturminster Newton is located on the A357 and offers good road links to the Georgian market town of Blandford, Sherborne and Gillingham, the latter two towns offering rail links to London and the West Country. The Coastal towns of Poole and Bournemouth offer excellent sailing, shopping and cultural facilities

To the front of the property a dwarf brick wall and pedestrian gate leads to the front door with vehicular gated access to a level area of parking and access to the single garage located to the side of the property. The garage benefits from double doors for access with power and light connected. The rear gardens are a real salient feature of the property with much privacy from which to relax and unwind. The gardens benefit from an area of sun terrace accessed from the property with steps up to a level area of lawn interspersed with mature shrub, floral borders and specimen trees. The garden is complimented with two further areas of decking from which to relax and entertain and is completed with a pagoda giving height to the garden and useful summer house.

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Added on Rightmove:
28 May 2017

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