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CERNE ABBAS

£850

Description

Inside Believed to date back to the Middle Ages, this Grade I listed cottage forms part of the very fabric of the village and sits on one of the three original streets that first formed Cerne Abbas. This property has born witness to many changes over the centuries, including Henry VII’s dissolution of the nearby abbey itself in 1539. The character, in addition to the location, ensure that this delightful property will retain its charm and undeniable appeal for many generations to come. Access is gained via the ENTRANCE LOBBY, which contains a coat cupboard. The SITTING ROOM is very much the heart of the home. A generous space, with a contains a handsome inglenook fireplace incorporating a charming wood burner. Rich timber beams cross the ceiling, and a sense of light and space is maintained by the large, front aspect windows. Beyond the sitting room lays the KITCHEN/DINING ROOM which in turn overlooks the delightful rear garden. This room contains a multitude wall and base units, ample worktop space, electric oven and hob, plus space and plumbing for a range of ‘under counter’ white goods including a fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. There is also space for a dining table and chairs. A glazed back door provides a lovely view of the garden. Stairs rise to the expansive landing on the FIRST FLOOR. The BATHROOM too is spacious with a large ‘double’ shower cubicle, WC and washbasin. Both bedrooms are double rooms: the MASTER BEDROOM exudes the same sense of period style so redolent throughout the property. This room also has extensive fitted wardrobes. BEDROOM 2 also has fitted wardrobe and can accommodate one double or two twin beds. Outside The stunning two-tiered garden is a place of quiet serenity. The ground abutting the property is paved with flagstones – an ideal place for a quiet drink in the evening. An attractive brick and flint wall, topped with balustrades, divides the ‘upper portion’, accessed by steps. This section is carefully divided into segments for flowerbeds and borders. A garden for both entertaining and reflection.

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Features

  • Historic, character property
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Generous sitting room
  • Private garden
  • Grade I Listed

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