DOMVS, in association with Fine & Country, is delighted to offer this well-presented property in a particularly well-regarded position within this mature development, amongst detached properties of similar calibre. FAR-REACHING VIEWS; DOUBLE GARAGE with additional parking; and all principal rooms lead to the pretty, landscaped rear garden.
The curved shape of this detached property adds significant interest to the internal arrangement of the accommodation giving it a sense of character: higher ceiling heights on the ground floor add to the spacious feel and all the principal rooms overlook the landscaped rear garden. ENTRANCE HALL: High coved ceilings; window overlooking front aspect; high quality Karndean timber-effect flooring; polished beech balustrade staircase leading to the first floor. Doors leading to the following:- CLOAKROOM: contemporary suite comprising close-coupled WC, pedestal wash-hand basin and radiator; FAMILY ROOM/STUDY: attractively curved shaped room with double aspect; SITTING ROOM: a triple aspect room with leafy views over the garden framed by the patio doors; limestone open fireplace currently fitted with gas fire; DINING ROOM: double doors leading to the garden; continuaton of Karndean flooring with decorative border; KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: with double doors leading to the garden; recessed lighting; range of modern base units (including pan drawers) plus wall units; roll-top work surface, inset Blanco 1.5 bowl sink unit with mixer tap, 5-ring gas hob including wok burner under a Siemens extractor fan, integral fridge/freezer, dishwasher, AEG double oven/grill, pull-out larder unit; tiled flooring; UTILITY ROOM: continuation of tiled flooring; matching work surface with inset circular bowl and mixer tap; base and wall unit, space and plumbing for washing machine and also tumble dryer; walk-in storage cupboard which also houses the meter and fuse boxes; external door. FIRST FLOOR: extensive landing area with windows overlooking the garden; built-in cupboard housing the (gas fired) condensing boiler; access to extensive loft via retractable ladder which is partly-boarded and has electric light. Doors lead to the following:- MASTER BEDROOM: a generous delightful double aspect room with far-reaching views (Poundbury in the distance!); built-in wardrobe with hanging and shelving space; ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM: double shower cubicle; vanity unit with inset wash-hand basin; close-coupled WC; frosted glazed window; inset lighting. BEDROOM TWO: a double room with built-in wardrobe with hanging and shelving; BEDROOM THREE, a double room; BEDROOM FOUR a smaller double room with built-in wardrobe with hanging and shelving; BEDROOM FIVE: a small double room.FAMILY BATHROOM: arranged as 'Jack & Jill' with dual access; a circular window; panel bath with shower attachment, shower cubicle; pedestal wash-hand basin; close-coupled WC; shaver point/light; large deep linen cupboard; recessed lighting. TV/Tel points (wired for Sky)in kitchen, sitting room, study, and master bedroom. Chrome light switches throughout.
Pathway with steps leading to the front door; mature hedging borders the front garden which has a variety of climbing plants; and young deciduous trees; The private rear garden is most attractively arranged and taking full advantage of the partially split level site; area of decking and patio area immediately abuts the rear of the property from which the sitting room,
dining room and kitchen/breakfast room have access - ideal for outside entertaining. A number of climbing plants, mature shrubberies and young trees have been chosen to provide year-round colour and privacy with seating areas positioned to enjoy the sun. There is also a large DOUBLE GARAGE with electric doors, lighting and power, plus eaves storage.
Approx 4 miles north of Dorchester in a particularly well-regarded part of Charlton Down being amongst detached housing of similar calibre enjoying far-reaching views from the first floor. Originally the site of an old Victorian hospital and now a thriving development with considerable facilities: Herrison Hall (an original Victorian ballroom) where concerts and other entertainment is held - as well as a number of weekly clubs; a convenience store; fitness centre/coffee shop; first-class play areas; cricket pitch; tennis courts, to name but a few. Regular bus service. Dorchester has mainline railway station; hospital, choice of boutique/national shopping & well-regarded schools.
From Dorchester turn right at the Top o' Town roundabout. Turn right just before the petrol station on to the old Sherborne road; after approx. 3.5 miles, turn left to Charlton Down. Turn left after the village shop into Hawthorn Road. Hawthorn Road then joins Poplar Drive. The property will be found on the right hand side (on the corner of Laurel Way & Poplar Drive)
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West Dorset District Council. Council Tax Band F
Mains gas, electricity & drainage
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