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ANGERS LANE, FIDDLEFORD, STURMINSTER NEWTON
In brief, the ground floor accommodation will consists of welcoming reception hall with stairs rising to the first floor, doors to the cloakroom, sitting room with wood burning stove and study. Double doors open to a contemporary and 'on trend' open plan space with dining area and kitchen, which will be fitted with a range of bespoke units, quartz work surfaces and 'Neff' built in appliances as well as having three full height glass sliding doors that will open onto the sun terrace. There is also a utility room and plant room, which is accessed from the utility. On the first floor, there will be the family Shower room and four generously sized double bedrooms, two with en-suite facilities.
The property will be approached from the lane via electric double gates that will open to a generous parking area and lead up to the open, undercover parking bays, above which, there is be an attic room or potential home office that will have its own access from external steps located to the side of the carport. There will be a large paved terrace - ideal for entertaining and alfresco dining and the rest of the grounds will be landscaped to formal walled gardens.
The property is situated in Fiddleford, a small hamlet of just 25 homes and lying about a mile from Sturminster Newton. The hamlet boasts a local public house, the Fiddleford Inn. Of historical interest is the mill and Fiddleford Manor which is one of the oldest buildings in Dorset, believed to date back to 1370. There are plenty of countryside walks, for example, Piddles Wood and the Trailway which takes about 20 minutes to walk into Sturminster Newton. There is also the "Fiddleford Flyer" providing the community with local news. Everyday facilities may be found in Sturminster Newton which still has a Monday Market, numerous individual shops and chain stores, doctors and dentist surgeries, garden centre, building merchants plus a variety of entertainment venues and schooling for all ages. The property is also within reach of independent day and boarding schools. Further facilities which are all about 10 miles away, may be found at Blandford, Shaftesbury, Sherborne and Gillingham both with mainline train stations.
From Sturminster Newton
Leave Sturminster via Bridge Street. At the traffic lights proceed over the bridge and turn left heading towards Blandford. Turn right at The Bull signposted Broad Oak onto Common Lane. Proceed up the hill and turn left onto Copse Hill. At the end of the road turn left onto Angers Lane where the location will be found immediately on the left hand side. The actual access will be from Copse Hill - on the right hand side just before the junction. Postcode DT10 2BY