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Partway Lane, Hazelbury Bryan, Sturminster Newton - £279,950 Sold Subject to Contract


Property Details

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A pretty double fronted mid terraced cottage, which has been renovated over the last few years. The property enjoys a good location, close to the village centre and within walking distance to the primary school, village hall, public house and shop that caters for everyday needs. Further facilities are about five miles away in the market town of Sturminster Newton. The cottage has been lime rendered and retains many character features, such as, exposed ceiling beams, exposed painted brick walls, deep window sills and a wonderful fireplace with wood burner and a combination of slate and terracotta tiles in the kitchen/dining room. The property also benefits from electric heating and double glazing. A viewing is definitely required to truly appreciate this delightful home.

ACCOMMODATION

Ground Floor

Porch

Timber front door opens into a useful porch with coat hooks, tiled floor and inset mat well. Part pane glass door opens into the:-

Sitting Room (4.06m'' x 6.25m'' / 13'4'' x 20'6'')

Maximum measurements - Two windows with Georgian bar inlay and deep sill to the front aspect. Exposed ceiling beams. Recessed ceiling and wall lights. Power points. Brick fireplace with stone hearth and 'Jotul' wood burner. Feature arch with stain glass leaded light inlay and shelf. Stairs rising to the first floor with storage cupboard under. Latch door to the:-

Kitchen/Dining Room (4.67m'' x 4.85m'' / 15'4'' x 15'11'')

Irregular shaped - maximum measurements. Two sets of French doors opening to the rear garden and obscured glazed window to the side. Recessed and ceiling lights. Exposed ceiling beams. Electric heater. Power points. Fitted with a range of soft closing sleek kitchen units consisting of floor cupboards and drawer units. Wall shelves. Good amount of solid wood work surfaces. One and half bowl ceramic sink and drainer with swan neck mixer tap. Space and plumbing for a washing machine. Integrated dishwasher. Space for fridge/freezer. Space for a range style cooker (available by separation negotiation). Breakfast area. Terracotta and slate tiled floor.

First Floor

Landing

Stairs rise to a split level landing. Ceiling light. Skylight. Storage cupboard fitted with shelves. Latch doors to all rooms.

Master Bedroom (2.67m'' x 3.56m'' / 8'9'' x 11'8'')

Window to the rear with view over fields and French doors. with view over the rear garden and fields. Ceiling light. Electric heater. Exposed painted brick wall. Power points. Painted wood flooring.

Bedroom Two (3.18m'' x 3.23m'' / 10'5'' x 10'7'')

Window to the front overlooking the lane. Wall lights. Electric heater. Power points.

Bedroom Three (4.06m'' x 2.51m'' / 13'4'' x 8'3'')

Maximum measurements - Window to the front overlooking the lane. Part wood panelled walls. Wall lights. Electric heater. Power points. Old fireplace recess. Storage cupboard fitted with hanging rail.

Bathroom

Skylight to the front elevation. Some sloping ceilings. Ceiling light. Heated towel rail. Recess with door into bedroom three. Modern suite consisting of bath with central mixer taps and electric shower over plus tiled splash back and sliding screen, pedestal wash hand basin with mono tap and mirror over and a low level WC with economy flush facility. Cupboard housing the hot water cylinder. Tiled floor

Outside

Garage

The garage is located on the opposite side of the road and towards the village hall. Single garage with up and over door - parking in front.

Garden

There is a small frontage laid to gravel which is ideal for pot plant display. The rear garden is mostly laid to lawn with raised shrub and flower beds retained by low stone walls. The garden is of a manageable size enjoying a sunny aspect with views over the adjoining field.

Directions

From the Sturminster Newton Office

Leave the town via Bridge Street at the traffic lights continue over the bridge and turn right onto the A357 heading towards Sherborne. Take the next turning left into Glue Hill, signposted Hazelbury Bryan. Continue along this road for about 4 and half miles into Hazelbury Bryan. Proceed past the Antelope Inn and the village hall. The property will be found a short distance after on the right hand side just on the turning to Mappowder.