Energy Efficiency Rating tba - Council Tax Band G - DRAFT DETAILS
In brief, the ground floor accommodation consists of large welcoming reception hall with a beautiful staircase rising to the first floor, double aspect sitting room with feature fireplace, formal dining room enjoying a triple outlook and there is a large kitchen/breakfast room, which is fitted with plenty of cupboards, some built in appliances and a walk in pantry. There is also a study, utility room with door leading to the cloakroom and to the rear lean to. On the first floor, there is a bright and spacious galleried landing, family bathroom and separate wet room plus four generously sized bedrooms, main with en-suite cloakroom and walk in wardrobe. The second floor has two double bedrooms, one with en-suite bathroom plus there is a large loft room for storage. There is additional storage available in the eaves.
The property is approached from the lane onto a tarmacadam drive with space to park about three cars and leading to the car barn, which has double doors, light and power plus rafter storage (4.78 m x 3.61 m -15'8'' x 11'10''). Attached to the car barn is a workshop fitted with floor and eye level cupboards plus work surfaces and benefitting from light, power and water (3.48 m x 3.38 m - 11'5'' x 11'1''). An opening from the workshop leads into the greenhouse, which has power and water (3.35 m x 3.05 m -11' x 10'). There are two further greenhouses in the garden.
The main body of the garden lies to the back of the house and is mostly laid to lawn with shrub and flower beds plus an ornamental pond and paves sun terrace. At the end of the garden there is a further area where there are composting bays and another greenhouse. Adjoining the main garden to the side is another part of the grounds, which was used for growing vegetable. Here there are fruit cages, another greenhouse and a water tap. The grounds afford good privacy with a sunny aspect and amount to nearly a half an acre plot.
Sturminster Newton is a small market town in the heart of the Blackmore Vale. Steeped in history and tradition, the town still has a small Monday Market and offers a combination of country and town living.
The town caters well for everyday needs with a range of independent shops and chain stores, doctor and dental surgeries, schooling for all ages and has a variety of entertainment venues. Further facilities which are all about 10 miles away, may be found at Sherborne and Gillingham both with mainline train stations. Blandford and Shaftesbury are also within 10 miles away.
From Morton New Office
On foot - Turn left out of the office and double back through the passage leading to the pay and display carpark. Continue to the road and look left where you will see the telephone exchange. Proceed down this road (effectively turning right) - Penny Street. Continue down the lane and take a turning left into Gott's Corner. The property will be found towards the end of the lane on the left hand side. Postcode DT10 1DD