Situated on a small popular development, close to excellent communication links and just a short walk to the village's amenities. The village boasts a local shop with post office, two of public houses, which serve food, a restaurant/takeaway and a popular primary school. The mainline train station at Templecombe is two miles away. The property was built in the mid 1990s and has been a much cherished and enjoyed home to our sellers for the last three years. During this time they have invested a great deal of time and energy in creating a contemporary home that will certainly get the nod of approval from many potential buyers. The property has benefited from a reconfiguration that has increased the kitchen size, stylish new units have been installed and Quartz work surfaces. Walls have been taken down to allow the property to flow more easily and new modern bathroom suites fitted along with Marble tiled floors. The property has new flooring throughout, as well as new Oak veered doors fitted to the rooms and wardrobes. In addition, the property has gas fired central heating (calor gas) and uPVC double glazing throughout. This wonderful home provides bright, well proportioned accommodation that must be viewed to be appreciated.
Part glazed uPVC door with full height window to one side opens into a light and welcoming entrance hall. Ceiling light. Smoke detector. Coved. Central heating thermostat. Radiator. Power and telephone points. Stairs rising to the first floor. Porcelain tiled floor. Pane glass door to the kitchen and oak veneered doors to the cloakroom and to the:-
Sitting Room (4.24m'' x 3.43m'' / 13'11'' x 11'3'')
Measurement excludes the bay window, which overlooks the front garden. Recessed ceiling lights. Coved. Radiator. Power and television points. Fireplace with timber beam, slate hearth and dual fuel burner. Karndean wood effect flooring. Double pane glass doors to the:-
Dining Room (2.74m x 3.45m'' / 9' x 11'4'')
Ceiling light. Coved. Radiator. Power points. Karndean wood effect flooring. Openings to the kitchen and to the:-
Conservatory (2.90m'' x 3.43m'' / 9'6'' x 11'3'')
Of uPVC double glazed construction with full height windows to sides and rear plus sliding doors opening to the rear and side. Wall lights. Power and television points. Karndean flooring.
Kitchen (3.89m'' x 5.36m'' / 12'9'' x 17'7'')
L shaped - maximum measurements - Double doors opening to the rear garden and window with view over the rear garden. Recessed ceiling lights. Upright radiator. Power points. Fitted with a range of modern, bespoke, soft closing kitchen units consisting of floor cupboards with corner carousel, pull out tin racks, separate drawer unit, larder cupboard with shelves and spice rack and eye level cupboards with counter lighting under. Quartz work surfaces with matching upstand, part tiled walls and butler style sink with swan neck mixer tap. Integrated dishwasher. Built in 'Neff' appliances consisting of electric oven, induction hob with Quartz splash back and extractor hood. Integrated microwave and fridge/freezer. Porcelain tiled floor.
Obscured glazed window to the front elevation. Recessed ceiling lights. Coved. Low level WC with dual flush facility. Wall mounted wash hand basin with mono tap and tiled splash back. Radiator. Porcelain tiled floor.
Stairs rise to a galleried landing. Ceiling light. Smoke detector. Access to loft space with wood pull down ladder, light and part boarded. Coved. Power points. Hive control panel for the heating. Oak veneered doors to all rooms.
Bedroom One (3.23m'' x 3.94m'' / 10'7'' x 12'11'')
Maximum measurements. Window overlooking the rear garden and countryside in the distance. Ceiling lights. Coved. Radiator. Power, telephone and television points. Double fitted wardrobe with hanging rail and shelves. Oak veneered door to the:-
En-Suite Shower Room
Obscured glazed window with tiled sill to the rear elevation. Recessed ceiling lights. Coved. Extractor fan. Traditional style radiator. Large walk in tiled shower cubicle. Low level WC with economy flush facility. Table top wash hand basin with mixer tap. Part tiled walls. Marble tiled floor.
Bedroom Two (2.84m'' x 3.53m'' / 9'4'' x 11'7'')
Window with outlook to the front aspect. Ceiling light. Coved. Radiator. Power and television points. Built in double wardrobe with hanging rail and shelves.
Bedroom Three (3.48m'' x 2.46m'' / 11'5'' x 8'1'')
Window to the front aspect. Ceiling light. Coved. Radiator. Power and television points.
Bedroom Four (2.39m'' x 2.54m'' / 7'10'' x 8'4'')
Window with view over the rear garden and countryside in the distance. Ceiling light. Coved. Radiator. Power points. Built in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelves.
Obscured glazed window with tiled sill to the front elevation. Recessed ceiling lights. Suite consisting of low level WC, traditional style basin with wash stand and mixer tap plus bath with mixer tap. Radiator. Tiled walls. Airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and fitted with slatted shelves. Marble tiled floor.
Garage (5.00m'' x 2.49m'' / 16'5'' x 8'2'')
Good sized single garage with up and over door, light and power. Fitted with shelves and cupboards and space and plumbing for a washing machine. Housing the gas fired central heating boiler and electrical consumer unit.
The property is approached from the cul de sac onto a drive with space to park two cars in front of the garage. To one side there is a lawn enclosed by mature hedging whilst to the other side a timber gate opens to a paved path leading to the rear garden. Immediately to the back of the house there is a paved sun terrace - the remainder of the garden is laid to lawn with gravelled beds and a fishpond. There is a further seating area beneath a pergola. The garden has a sunny aspect and is enclosed in part by brick wall and timber fencing.
From the Sturminster Newton Office
Leave Sturminster via Bridge Street. At the traffic lights turn right onto the A357. Continue for about 5 miles and turn left for Stalbridge. Go through the town and on to Henstridge. Pass through the village to the traffic lights and A30 crossroads. Turn right heading towards Shaftesbury and then second right into Old Station Gardens. Bear to the right and then to the left. The property is on the left hand corner.