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Station Road, Stalbridge, Sturminster Newton - £900,000 Sold Subject to Contract


Property Details

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A perfect chance to purchase a substantial four bedroom detached family home with a two bedroom annexe set in grounds extending to about 7 acres and located on the fringe of the popular Dorset village of Stalbridge. The property presents an ideal opportunity to change direction and enjoy a taste of the 'Good Life' as a small holding or to be used as an equestrian property as well as having the potential (subject to the necessary permissions) to provide an income from the annexe either as a holiday let or a monthly rental. The property has been a much loved home to our selling family for the last fifteen years. During this time it has been extremely well maintained and improved with a two storey extension and an internal re-configuration that has transformed the property into a contemporary home with multi functional usage. This fabulous home provides plenty of space for an existing or growing family who relish an outdoor country life with plenty of external space. This charming property and the grounds need to be viewed to really appreciate what it has to offer the next lucky owners.

Main House - Energy Efficiency Rating tba - Council Tax Band E
The Annexe - Energy Efficiency Rating tba - Council Tax Band tba

DRAFT DETAILS

STANBROOK, STALBRIDGE

The Property

Inside

The main house consists of vaulted, bright reception hall with bespoke Oak double staircase rising to the first floor, study, fabulous kitchen with some integrated appliances and Quartz work surfaces, garden room with bi-folding doors into the sitting room, which has a double sided feature fireplace shared with the dining room. There is also a good sized utility fitted with plenty of storage cupboards, hall with walk in store plus a cloakroom and a play room with circular stairs rising to a 'den'. On the first floor there is a large family bathroom and four bedrooms, main with dressing room and en-suite shower room plus a balcony with outlook over the grounds and countryside beyond.

Outside

Formal Gardens and Parking

The property is approached from the lane via a five bar gate onto a large gravelled parking area. From here there is a gate for vehicular access to the stable yard allowing for easy delivery and collection of livestock and pedestrian gate to the property. The main garden lies to the side of the property and is laid to lawn with a gravelled border and a range of play houses. There is also a decked seating area to the back of the house where the oil fired central heating boiler and tank are sited and concealed behind fencing.

The Outbuildings (3.66m x 3.73m / 12' x 12'3)

The outbuildings consist of two stable blocks and a gated yard with barn and further covered area. The first block comprises of three stables measuring approximately 3.96 m x 3.66 m (13' x 12') each. The second block consists of large workshop (7.01 m x 4.88 m/23' x 16'), five stables of varying measurements (3.66 m x 3.66 m/12' x 12' - average measurements), tack room and feed room. The yard benefits from water and power. All the stable doors are reversible.

The Land

The land is divided by post and railing fencing into 7 small paddocks and one large paddock one - all with automatic drinking feeders and most with field shelters. The main paddock has road access with a central passage allowing access to each paddock individually and leading to the stable yard.

The Annexe

The detached annexe was formerly the cow and pig shed, which has been tastefully and sympathetically converted into a stylish two double bedroom annexe with its own private and sunny garden. The ground floor accommodation consists of bright and inviting entrance hall with storage cupboards, open plan kitchen and dining room with some built in appliances, sitting room with log burner, utility and rear porch. There is also the main bedroom and bathroom. On the first floor there is another double bedroom with door leading out to the gallery overlooking the sitting room. There is a further first floor store room. Outside there is a nicely proportioned sunny and private garden, laid to lawn and decked seating area and adjoining the land.

The Location

Stalbridge

The property is located just on the outskirts of the popular Dorset town of Stalbridge, which is reputed to be the county's smallest town, steeped in history and dating back to Saxon times with a 15th Century Church and Market Cross. The town has an approximate population of 2500 and caters well for everyday needs with an award winning supermarket, family run butchers, post office and community run library. There is also a primary school with excellent OFSTED report, dental surgery and public house as well as a variety of takeaway shops. Further facilities are available at Sturminster Newton 4 miles to the East and Sherborne and Shaftesbury both within 7 miles. The town is close to excellent communication links with the A30 and A303 within easy reach and just 3 miles from the mainline train station at Templecombe, serving London, Waterloo and the West Country.

Directions

From the Sturminster Newton Office

Leave Sturminster via Bridge Street at the traffic lights go over the bridge and turn right onto the A357. Continue on this road for approximately 5 miles turning left where Stalbridge is signposted. On entering the town go through the single lane onto the High Street and turn right onto Station Road. The property is the first one on the right hand side after leaving the town.