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A well presented, modern, mid-terrace house situated in a popular residential address on the fringe of the town, close to Sherborne town centre. The house is enhanced by a generous rear garden and fronts on to a pretty, traffic free walkway opposite communal parkland. It provides allocated parking for two cars at the rear. The property is very well presented and boasts gas fired radiator central heating with replacement boiler, uPVC double glazing and solar panels on the roof. The owner has been receiving an average of £984 a year from the grid for the last 9 years. The original higher Feed In Tariff rate is guaranteed until 2036. The house enjoys lovely views at the front over a communal lawned park area. The accommodation comprises entrance reception hall, sitting room/dining room and kitchen. On the first floor there is a landing area, two double bedrooms and a family shower room (formerly bathroom). It is only a short walk to the sought-after, historic town of Sherborne with its superb boutique high street with cafes, restaurants, Waitrose store and independent shops plus the breath-taking Abbey, Almshouses and Sherborne's world-famous private schools. It also has good access to the mainline railway station making London Waterloo in just over two hours. This property is ideal for aspiring couples making the most of the cheap mortgages available at the moment looking for somewhere pleasant to settle in this exceptional town. It also may appeal to the retirement, pied-a-terre or holiday let/rental market from cash buyers cashing out of the South East or linked with the local private schools. PLEASE NOTE: There are estate management charges payable to Meadfleet (for managing the communal areas). £54.86 is payable every 6 months. There is a Deed of Covenant that will need to be transferred to the new owners. VACANT - NO FURTHER CHAIN.
Paved pathway leads to storm porch, panelled front door leads to entrance hall.
Staircase rises to the first floor, radiator, telephone point, panelled door leads from the entrance hall to the sitting room / dining room.
SITTING ROOM / DINING ROOM - 19'6 Maximum x 12'2 Maximum
A generous main reception room enjoying a light dual aspect with uPVC double glazed window to the front enjoying a sunny southerly aspect overlooking a communal parkland area. uPVC double glazed double French doors opening onto the rear garden. Period style pine fire surround with paved hearth, two radiators, TV point, panelled door leads to under stairs storage cupboard space, panelled door from the main reception room leads to kitchen.
KITCHEN - 7'8 Maximum x 8'1 Maximum
A range of pine panelled kitchen units comprising laminated work surface, decorative tiled surrounds, inset stainless-steel sink bowl and drainer unit with mixer tap over, inset gas hob with electric oven under, a range of drawers and cupboards under, space and plumbing for washing machine, recess provides space for upright fridge freezer, a range of matching wall mounted cupboards, concealed wall mounted cooker hood extractor fan, wall mounted gas fired boiler, uPVC double glazed window to the rear.
Staircase rises from the entrance hall to the first floor landing. Ceiling hatch to loft storage space, panelled doors lead off the first floor landing to the first floor rooms.
BEDROOM ONE - 13'7 Maximum x 9'6 Maximum
A generous double bedroom, uPVC double glazed window to the front overlooking communal lawned parkland and enjoying a sunny southerly aspect, radiator, TV point, double doors lead to built in wardrobe cupboard space, second panelled door leads to linen cupboard with slatted shelving.
BEDROOM TWO - 9'8 Maximum x 9'6 Maximum
uPVC double glazed window to the rear overlooks the rear garden, radiator, doors lead to fitted wardrobe cupboards above.
FIRST FLOOR FAMILY SHOWER ROOM (FORMERLY BATHROOM)
A modern white suite comprising fitted low level WC, wash basin with cupboards under, double size glazed shower cubicle with wall mounted mains shower over, tiled surrounds, extractor fan, heated towel rail, shaver point, uPVC double glazed window to the rear.
At the front of the property there is a small front garden laid to flower bed enjoying a selection of mature plants and shrubs, storm porch. The property fronts onto a traffic-free walkway and overlooks communal lawned parkland.
At the rear of the property, the main garden measures 35' Maximum in length x 17' Maximum in width. This beautiful well stocked garden is laid mainly to flower beds, enjoying a selection of mature plants and shrubs. There is a paved patio area with outside tap and outside light, rain water harvesting butt, timber garden shed. Timber gate at the rear of the garden gives access to a parking area. There are two allocated parking spaces directly behind the property.
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