3 bedroom terraced house for saleHogshill Street, Beaminster, Dorset, DT8 3AG
- Character property with flexible accommodation
- Lawned gardens opposite property
- Open garage
- character features including exposed stonework
- Feature hamstone windows
- Internal viewing advised
A charming three (possibly four) bedroom, two reception room, two bathroom (accommodation can be very flexible) property which forms part of a school conversion originally built in 1850 and has the benefit of an open garage and lawned garden. The property, which lies in the "heart of Beaminster, further benefits from No onward chain. Viewing advised.
This property has gas-fired central heating, part Upvc double glazing, character features including exposed beams and mullion window and is arranged in more detail over three floors as follows:-
An entrance door opens to the hall. From here a staircase leads to the first floor. A wide archway leads to the sitting room which has two windows to the side of the property, exposed timbers and an attractive mock fireplace. In this part of the building is also a utility room, a shower room and a lovely bathroom with a white suite which has a free standing bath.
The kitchen has a comprehensive range of units with timber effect worktops and cream doors. Fitted appliances including a four ring hob, stainless steel oven and hood. There is a pleasant open aspect to the front of the property.
Also on this floor is bedroom two (which is currently used as a dining room) and bedroom three.
On the second floor is a large living area which could be used as a games room or play room. This room is currently used as a bedroom and has room for two single beds. High vaulted ceiling. This room leads to bedroom one which also has a high vaulted ceiling, lovely country views and eaves storage.
Beaminster is a small West Dorset country town nestling in the hills surrounded by countryside designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town has many fine examples of Georgian architecture as well as picturesque 17th century cottages and at its heart is a conservation area with listed buildings, a number of which are built of mellow limestone. This thriving community has a good selection of shops, restaurants and pubs, many of which are clustered around the town Square. There is an annual music festival as well as an arts festival and the surrounding countryside and superb coast, which is designated a World Heritage Site, can be accessed via a network of foot and bridle paths. The larger towns of Bridport, Dorchester and Yeovil are within reach along with Crewkerne where there is also a main line railway service to London (Waterloo).
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