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Situated in a choice cul-de-sac position off the best address in Sherborne - The Avenue - 13 Hill House Close is a stunning, deceptively spacious end of terrace home enjoying lovely views across Sherborne town to hills and fields beyond at the rear. This property has undergone extensive refurbishment and extension with exceptionally light accommodation created by large feature windows. The house is heated by gas radiator central heating and has uPVC double glazing. There is a lovely, private south rear garden and driveway parking for two cars at the front. The well laid out accommodation comprises entrance reception hall, generous sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and ground floor WC/shower room. On the first floor there is a landing area, three generous bedrooms - some of which enjoy lovely views at the rear - and a first floor shower room (formerly bathroom). The property is a short walk to Sherborne town centre and Cheap Street, Sherborne's coveted high street with its buzzing, popular out-and-about culture, boutique stores, organic bakeries, coffee shops, restaurants, gastro-pubs and farmers market. This house is also a short walk from the breath-taking Sherborne Abbey, Alms Houses and world-famous Sherborne private schools. It is also within walking distance to the mainline railway station making London Waterloo in just over two hours without changing your seat. Imagine! You can access central London from this property without having to get in to a car! THIS PROPERTY SIMPLY MUST BE VIEWED INSIDE TO BE APPRECIATED!
Double glazed and panelled front door leads to the entrance reception hall.
ENTRANCE RECEPTION HALL - 8'8 Maximum x 7'1 Maximum
A greeting area providing a heart to the home, radiator, telephone point, staircase rises to the first floor, doors lead off the entrance reception hall to the main ground floor rooms.
SITTING ROOM - 17'7 Maximum x 15'10 Maximum
A well proportioned main reception room enjoying good levels of natural light, large feature uPVC double glazed box window to the rear overlooking the rear garden enjoying a sunny southerly aspect, two radiators, period style fire surround and hearth with gas fire, TV point, uPVC double glazed door leads to the rear garden.
DINING ROOM - 17' Maximum x 8'2 Maximum
A generous dining room enjoying a light multiple aspect with uPVC double glazed windows to the front, side and rear, uPVC double glazed double French doors open onto the rear garden and patio enjoying a sunny south facing aspect, two radiators, door leads to built-in cupboard providing space and plumbing for washing machine, further cupboard housing gas and electric meters.
KITCHEN BREAKFAST ROOM - 17'7 Maximum x 9'3 Maximum
A beautifully presented room enjoying a range of contemporary white kitchen units comprising quartz effect laminated work surface and surrounds, inset composite one and a half sink bowl and drainer unit with mixer tap over, separate tap provides filtered water, inset induction hob, a range of drawers, pad drawers and cupboards under, integrated dishwasher, built-in stainless steel electric oven and grill, a range of matching wall mounted cupboards, under unit lighting, concealed wall mounted cooker hood extractor fan, glass splashback, water softener, two uPVC double glazed windows to the front, breakfast bar, wall mounted glazed display cabinet, wall mounted cupboard houses gas-fired central heating boiler, telephone point, door leads to walk-in shelved larder cupboard.
GROUND FLOOR WC / SHOWER ROOM
A white suite comprising low level WC, wash basin over cupboard, glazed shower cubicle with wall mounted mains rain shower and hand held shower, heated towel rail, tiled walls and floor, uPVC double glazed window to the rear, extractor fan.
Staircase rises from the entrance reception hall to the first floor landing, radiator, full height sliding doors lead to fitted wardrobe cupboard landing space, ceiling hatch to loft storage space, panelled doors lead off the first floor landing to the main rooms.
BEDROOM ONE - 10'8 Maximum x 11'3 Maximum
A generous double bedroom enjoying a light dual aspect with uPVC double glazed windows to the side and rear, the rear enjoys pleasant views to countryside beyond neighbouring properties, a sunny southerly aspect and views across the rear garden, double doors lead to fitted wardrobe cupboard space.
BEDROOM TWO - 10'11 Maximum x 9'4 Maximum
A second generous double bedroom, uPVC double glazed window to the front, radiator, door leads to built-in wardrobe cupboard space.
BEDROOM THREE - 8'7 Maximum x 6'9 Maximum (currently used as a study)
uPVC double glazed window to the rear enjoying a sunny southerly aspect, enjoying views to countryside beyond neighbouring properties, radiator, fitted wardrobe cupboard space.
FIRST FLOOR FAMILY SHOWER ROOM (formally bathroom)
A modern white suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash basin, walk-in shower with wall mounted mains rain shower and hand-held shower over, tiled walls, uPVC double glazed window to the front, heated towel rail, extractor fan.
At the front of the property, a dropped curb gives access from the close to a tarmacadam driveway providing off-road parking for 2 cars. Outside light, outside tap. The front garden has a variety of flower beds and borders, laid to stone chippings enjoying a selection of mature shrubs and trees, timber side gate gives access from the parking area to side area laid to paving slabs. This area is perfect for storing wheelie bins and recycling containers, timber garden shed, this area leads to the main rear garden.
REAR GARDEN - 33'10 in depth x 39'5 in width
This beautifully presented rear garden enjoys a good degree of privacy and a sunny south facing aspect, it is laid mainly to shaped lawn and boasts a paved patio area, outside lighting, outside tap, a variety of well stocked flower beds and borders including a selection of mature trees, plants and shrubs. The rear garden is enclosed by timber panel fencing and mature hedges.
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