DOMVS is delighted to present CHAIN FREE this ENCHANTING period property set in the delightful village of Martinstown. Comprising 4 bedrooms, sitting & dining room, country style kitchen, single garage, a mature garden and ample parking.
This end of terrace cottage has natural stone elevations under a slate roof: full of character, the cottage has a wonderful atmosphere of warmth and cossiness. Downstairs has Tuscan limestone flooring throughout.
The generous SITTING ROOM has a multi-fuel stove set within the original stone inglenook fireplace with bressummer beam and bread oven. There is also a handy cupboard to the side. The DINING ROOM has a brick built fireplace - again with a multi-fuel stove, and exposed beams. Adjacent, and accessed via the dining room, is a rear lobby providing space for coats and boots as well as access to the UTILITY ROOM and to the rear garden. The utility room, formerly the kitchen, has been extensively fitted with base units and work space; there is also an electric hob and double oven, sink, as well as a larder. The KITCHEN is a delightfully bright room with French doors opening to the garden. Fitted with a range of painted base units under timber and granite work surfaces, an open display cupboard with under-lighting together with a pine unit, Belfast sink with mixer tap, and an AGA.
Stairs rise from the sitting room to the FIRST FLOOR which has four bedrooms in total, including master en-suite and family bathroom. The MASTER BEDROOM maintains its original beams, and has an ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM with a wash-hand basin and WC. BEDROOMS TWO AND THREE are both located to the front of the property: one is a double room, and the other a twin room. BEDROOM FOUR is a single room. The FAMILY BATHROOM has been tastefully fitted with tongue and groove paneling and comprises a bath with shower attachment, wash-hand basin and WC.
The pretty FRONT GARDEN is enclosed by wrought iron railings with a gate and path to the front door; well-stocked with plants it has a pathway to the side leading to the rear garden. An original stone wall surrounds a beautifully maintained cottage style garden, expertly planned by the owner. There is an abundance of mature shrubs and flowers bordering the lawned areas with holly and fruit trees adding visual interest.
A potting shed has power and light and there is an adjoining log store. In addition there is a Victorian-style greenhouse, second wood store, outside security light, water tap and outside power points. A five-bar gate allows access to the gravelled parking area and a large DETACHED GARAGE/WORKSHOP which has timber doors to the front, power and light, additional security lighting and ample roof storage space.
Martinstown, a most desirable village, lies just 3 miles south west of the county town of Dorchester, and the coastal resort of Weymouth; the start of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast site is only 8 miles. The village has the parish church of St Martin, a post office and store, and The Brewers Arms village pub. Dorchester has a good range of shops, restaurants, cinemas, schools and sports facilities, the Dorset County Hospital, and there are mainline railway connections to Bristol and London Waterloo.
From our office proceed up High West Street and on reaching Top 'O' Town roundabout go straight over the roundabout onto the Bridport Road. On reaching Poundbury follow the ring road until the main roundabout; take the second exit, signposted Martinstown. Follow the road until reaching the T-Junction. Turn right into Martinstown. Continue through the village and the property can be found on the right hand side identified by a DOMVS for sale board.
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West Dorset District Council. Council Tax band E
Mains gas, electric & drainage
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