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A path from the parking leads to an oak framed storm porch with slate tiled roof over the main entrance to the property. The front door opens into good sized entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor and recess underneath. The sitting room enjoys a double aspect with window enjoying a delightful view over the adjacent field and countryside in the distance and French doors open to a verandah. The large combined kitchen and dining room boasts a triple outlook with window to the road side, side of the property and overlooking the surrounding countryside to the front and will be fitted with integrated oven, hob and extractor fan plus a dishwasher and laid to Karndean flooring. There is also a utility/boot room - essential for country life and a cloakroom.
Stairs rise up to a bright and roomy galleried landing with window to the rear and front, which enjoys a fabulous rural view and has a built in airing cupboard. In addition there is the family bathroom with a suite consisting of bath, low level WC and wash hand basin plus Karndean flooring and three double bedrooms, main with en-suite shower room with Karndean flooring.
Parking and Garden
The property is approached from the road onto a large gravelled parking area with turning space and providing plenty of space to park numerous cars or for caravan, motor home or boat. An Indian sandstone path will lead to the front door and along the front to the side of the house where there will be a verandah with oak pillars and partly pitched slate tiled roof. . The rest of the garden will be laid to lawn. The road side boundary has split chestnut fencing and will be planted with various hedging and the rear is fully enclosed by close board fencing to a height that allows for the view. The property enjoys good privacy and a sunny aspect.
The property is located on the fringe of the desirable and much sought after village of Thornford. The village itself has a great community atmosphere with plenty of clubs and activities centred around the village hall and recreation grounds. There is also a general store with post office, public house and attractive Norman church. The village also benefits from a highly rated primary school and train station. The village is also on a regular bus service to Yeovil and Sherborne where there is a full range of individual shops and chain stores, entertainment venues and many other amenities.
At Sherborne head towards Yeovil. At the second set of traffic lights turn left towards Dorchester onto Horsecastles Lane. At the junction turn right to Dorchester and proceed up the hill. Take the next turning right - signposted to Yetminster and Thornford. The property is the second one on the left hand side as you enter the village - just after the 30 mph sign. Postcode DT9 6QB