Owners say, “We love the central position and, at the same time, the privacy the property provides. We are very fortunate to be able to enjoy the peace and quiet our garden offers, with stunning views one will never tire of. Cattistock is a very friendly and welcoming community.”
Lying within a Conservation Area this beautiful village is understandably popular, being one of a small handful to have retained their amenities which include a public house (serving locally sourced food), shop with post office, church, village hall, cricket and football pitches, a lawn tennis club along with a children's playground. Maiden Newton, 2 miles distant, has a doctor's surgery, first school, railway station and garage. The stunning Jurassic coast is approx. 20 minutes’ drive away. Dorchester town is approx. 15 minutes away as is Yeovil.
- Generously Sized Garden
- Idyllic Village Location
- Character Features
- Workshop/ Studio with Access from Road
- Three Bedrooms
Character features are found in abundance throughout this beautifully positioned cottage, located within the heart of this scenic village in the upper reaches of the Frome Valley.
The front door accesses the KITCHEN/ DINING ROOM. Recently renovated by the current owners, tastefully finished in neutral shades, with a generous dining area to one side of the room. To the rear of the room, a door accesses the garden, with a utility space to the side of it, offering the sink and drainer, set into a work surface, with an integrated dishwasher (NEFF). Integrated appliances include a 4-ring Induction hob and oven, with a space opposite for a large fridge/ freezer.
The SITTING ROOM features a contemporary wood burner in keeping with the feel of the property. Complimenting the traditional attributes, this room benefits from a high degree of natural light streaming in from the French doors which leads out to the delightfully large garden. A generous storage cupboard is a useful space.
On the FIRST FLOOR, the spacious PRINCIPAL BEDROOM benefits from plentiful wardrobe space. BEDROOM 2 and 3 are both spacious double rooms, with views of the garden from bedroom 3 (Currently a Study) The FAMILY BATHROOM consists of a bath, heated towel rail, wash hand basin and W.C. An internal cupboard houses the boiler.
The WORKSHOP, a former artist STUDIO is what some may call a 'blank canvas'. One of the unique aspects of it, is the access to both the front and rear. The property also benefits from solar panels, owned by the current occupier, which will be left in situ.
The garden is the most magnificent space. Having been landscaped over recent years, it offers beautiful entertaining spaces, namely a generous patio area that abuts the property, and a further patio/ BBQ area at the foot of the garden. A generous inset vegetable garden is an attractive addition, with further raised beds, well stocked with plants and shrubs along both boundaries, with the remaining garden primarily laid to lawn. With its south-facing aspect, is a perfect sun-trap for the summer months which offers unrivalled views of the church tower and abundant tree line. A gate at the foot of the garden accesses a lane from Duck Street and with the relevant permissions make this portion of the garden ideal for changing to car parking or further development (STP), should it be desired.
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Mains drainage and electricity; LPG gas.
Dorset (West Dorset) Council. Tax band B.
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