SHOW YOUR PROPERTY AT OUR NEXT LONDON EVENT 3 APRIL. DOMVS is delighted to present this gorgeous converted Malthouse, built circa 1866, in the heart of the Piddle Valley. Filled with character, this charming property has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large reception room, conservatory and immaculately presented garden.
Dating back to the 1860s, this engaging converted Malthouse has considerable appeal from the outside and the interior does not disappoint! Entered via a welcoming and bright HALLWAY which has a tiled floor with a large storage area under the stairs, the ground floor has an impressive SITTING/DINING ROOM which is exceptionally spacious with views over the rear garden framed by the two sets of French doors (with full length shutters) which open onto the patio. A central fireplace adds character to the room and is fitted with a multi-fuel stove upon a slate hearth. The KITCHEN is a characterful space which leads into a conservatory overlooking the garden. Within the kitchen space is a range of wall and base units including a full length unit for a fridge/freezer flanked by a larder cupboard and shelving; there is also an eye-level grill, oven and an electric hob. The CONSERVATORY is a wonderfully bright room from which to enjoy the garden and has French doors leading to the patio.
From the HALLWAY, a wide staircase with exposed timber bannister rises to the FIRST FLOOR; the landing area is also a bright space with its window overlooking the front aspect as well as a skylight window; an exposed beam adds period detail. In addition there is a useful large airing cupboard where the solar energy systems water boiler is located. On this floor there are four bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The MASTER BEDROOM is a bright and airy room with a plethora of integral storage cupboards and space for further furnishings. BEDROOM 2 is a good size double room with a dual aspect, an integral wardrobe and shelving. BEDROOM 3 has built-in twin beds, and a wardrobe area. BEDROOM 4 is a single bedroom with a low level window, and a sky light window flooding the room with light: it is currently used as a home office. The FAMILY BATHROOM has been recently updated and comprises a bath, WC and hand-wash basin. A second BATHROOM is also a good size room; it is partially tiled with a large shower unit, hand-wash basin and WC and also has space and plumbing for a variety of white goods.
To the side of the property is a PARKING area for approximately two cars. A side gate gives access to the rear garden which is attractively landscaped with a variety of mature shrubs and a raised lawn to the rear bordered by colourful flower beds. Strategically placed seating areas take advantage of the sunny aspect and a well, fitted with a pump system, adds further interest.
Piddletrenthide is a village steeped in history, being noted in the Doomsday Book. This charming village is very popular, not only for its considerably convenient location, but also its facilities which now include a first school, shop, post office and well-regarded local public houses/restaurant. Dorchester the county town is approximately 6.5 miles south with mainline stations accessing London (Waterloo); a wide range of shops and supermarkets; restaurants, cinemas and various cultural activities plus The County Hospital.
From our office travel down High West Street out of town. Proceed over the humpback bridge and take the next left onto the B3143 Piddlehinton. Continue passing through Piddlehinton until reaching the village of Piddletrenthide. Continue on the road until you see The Poacher's Inn. Turn left into Smith's Lane where the property can be located half way down the road on the right hand side.
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West Dorset District Council. Council Tax band E.
Oil fired, mains drainage
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