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image  South Street, Milborne Port, Somerset, DT9


image ££259,500 Guide

# RES0070085B4

image 3 bedrooms
image 1 reception
image 1 bathroom
image For Sale (Freehold)

Features

 3 BEDROOMS GRADE II LISTED PRETTY PERIOD NATURAL STONE COTTAGE DATING BACK TO CIRCA 1821.
 TOP RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS IN PICTURESQUE VILLAGE CENTRE.
 LARGE LAWNED REAR GARDEN WITH EASTERLY ASPECT.
 FEATURES INCLUDE FIREPLACE RECESS WITH LOG BURNING STOVE, EXPOSED BEAMS AND LEADED LIGHT WINDOWS.
 GAS FIRED RADIATOR CENTRAL HEATING.
 STONE'S-THROW TO VILLAGE CENTRE AMENITIES, SHOPS AND PUBS.
 SCOPE TO EXTEND AT THE REAR - subject to the necessary planning permission.
 NO FURTHER CHAIN!

Property Description

THREE BEDROOMS! LARGE GARDEN! TOP VILLAGE ADDRESS! NO FURTHER CHAIN! 66 South Street is a deceptively spacious, period, natural stone, Grade II listed, terraced cottage situated in a highly sought-after address, a short walk to the centre of this popular, picturesque village. The property boasts a lovely, generous, east-facing cottage garden. The house retains many character features including fireplace recess with log burning stove, exposed beams, leaded light windows and panel doors. The property has gas fired radiator central heating. The well-arranged accommodation comprises entrance hall, sitting room/dining room, inner hall/study area, kitchen breakfast room and ground floor bathroom. On the first floor there is a landing area, two generous double bedrooms and a third single bedroom. There are fabulous countryside walks from nearby the front door. The house is within a stones throw of the village centre, church, public house, primary school and village shops. Milborne Port boasts The Clockspire - a superb new restaurant, a brand new Co-op mini supermarket and a very good doctors surgery. It is situated a short drive to the centre of the 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 is also a short drive to the mainline railway station to London Waterloo. The property is perfect for those couples or families making the most of the cheap mortgages available at the moment, buyers cashing out of the South East and London market or cash buyers looking for their perfect pied-a-terre or home to settle in, potentially linked to the wonderful selection of local schools. It may also be of interest to the residential letting or holiday letting market. NO FURTHER CHAIN.

Glazed and panelled front door leads to entrance hall.

ENTRANCE HALL
Ceramic tiled floor, panelling to dado height, multi-pane glazed door leads to sitting room.

SITTING ROOM – 12’4 Maximum x 14’ into bay Maximum
A well presented, generously proportioned main reception room enjoying a wealth of character features including exposed stone and brick fireplace recess, tiled hearth, cast iron log burning stove, exposed beam work, leaded light, glazed window to the front with pine panelling, moulded skirting boards and architraves, telephone point, TV point.
Period panelled latch door leads from the sitting room through to the inner hall.

INNER HALL/STUDY AREA – 13’1 Maximum x 8’5 Maximum
Shelved recess, telephone point, radiator.

Panelled door gives access to the stairwell from the inner hall, further panelled door leads to under stairs storage cupboard space, doors lead off the inner hall to further ground floor rooms.

KITCHEN / DINING ROOM – 20’5 Maximum x 10’8 Maximum
A useful open-plan room. A range of pine panelled kitchen units comprising granite effect laminated work surface, decorative tiled surrounds, inset stainless-steel sink bowl and drainer unit with mixer tap over, a range of drawers and cupboards under, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for point for electric oven and gas hob, a range of matching wall mounted cupboards, wall mounted gas-fired boiler, recess provides space for upright fridge freezer, peninsula unit, two radiator, multi-pane glazed window overlooks the rear garden, glazed and panelled door leads to the rear garden.

Door from the inner hall leads to ground floor bathroom.

GROUND FLOOR BATHROOM
A white suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash basin, pine panelled bath with shower rail, wall mounted mains shower over, tiled surrounds, multi-pane glazed window to the rear, shaver point, tiled surrounds, radiator.

Panelled door from the inner hall gives access to stairwell rising to the first floor.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Moulded skirting boards and architraves, hatch to loft storage space, period panelled doors lead to the first floor rooms.

BEDROOM ONE – 12’4 Maximum x 12’8 Maximum
A generous double bedroom enjoying excellent ceiling heights, exposed beam work, leaded light multi-pane window to the front, radiator.

BEDROOM TWO – 9’5 Maximum x 9’4 Maximum
A second double bedroom with exposed beam work, leaded light window overlooks the rear garden, radiator, moulded skirting boards and architraves.

BEDROOM THREE – 11’1 Maximum x 6’ Maximum
Exposed beam work, radiator, leaded light window to the rear overlooks the rear garden.

OUTSIDE
At the rear of the property is a generous garden.

REAR GARDEN – 72’ in length x 15’1 in width
The rear garden enjoys an east facing aspect and is laid mainly to lawn, enclosed by a mixture of natural stone walls and timber panel fencing. There is a paved patio area with outside tap, area for storing wheelie bins, detached natural stone outbuilding and timber garden shed. This property benefits from rear access via a right of way across the next door neighbour’s.



sherborne@rolfe-east.com

01935814929

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