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Overdale House is a beautiful, period (circa 1889), double-fronted, terraced house situated in a very popular address a short walk to the sought-after town centre of Sherborne. The house boasts a lovely, west-facing balcony at the rear plus a courtyard. It is finished to an exceptional standard throughout retaining many character features including excellent ceiling heights, flagstone floors, fireplaces, pine floorboards and period mouldings. It also benefits from gas fired radiator central heating and uPVC double glazing. The extensive, spacious accommodation comprises huge sitting room/dining room, kitchen with Shaker-style units, utility room and ground floor WC. On the first floor there is a landing area, master bedroom enjoying a dual aspect and en-suite bathroom, two further generous double bedrooms and first floor shower room. Lovely walks can be enjoyed at the nearby Quarr Nature Reserve. The property is situated a very short walk to the picturesque Abbey town centre of Sherborne with a coveted boutique high street and bustling out and about culture, markets, cafes, Waitrose store, restaurants, world famous private schools, breath-taking abbey building and mainline railway station making London Waterloo in just over two hours. This lovely, rare property is perfect for those aspiring young families or couples looking for the ideal Sherborne home, who are making the most of the cheap mortgages available at the moment, cash rich buyers from the south east looking for somewhere to settle in this exceptional area or as a pied-a-terre, investors looking for holiday lets or residential buy-to-let investments – possibly linked with the Sherborne schools. THIS LOVELY HOME MUST BE VIEWED TO BE APPRECIATED.
Pathway leads to front door, double glazed and panelled front door leads to main reception room.
LOUNGE / DINING ROOM – 32’1 Maximum x 15’ Maximum
A huge main reception room, split into two sub areas by centralised pine staircase.
SITTING ROOM AREA
Enjoying a light dual aspect with uPVC double glazed windows to the front and rear offering an easterly and westerly aspect, brick open feature fireplace with flagstone hearth, cast iron log burning stove, exposed pine floorboards, moulded skirting boards and architraves, two radiators.
uPVC double glazed window to the front, exposed pine floorboards, moulded skirting boards and architraves, radiator, telephone point, coved ceiling, inset feature LED ceiling lighting. Entrance leads to separate side hall / utility room.
SIDE HALL / UTILITY ROOM – 10’1 Maximum x 6’2 Maximum
Double glazed and panelled door to the front, side hall incorporates utility room area. Laminated work surface, fitted cupboards, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, uPVC double glazed window to the front, radiator, flagstone flooring. Entrance leads to kitchen.
KITCHEN – 14’7 Maximum x 13’10 Maximum
A beautifully presented room with a range of coloured Shaker-style kitchen units comprising stone effect laminated work surface and surrounds, inset ceramic sink bowl with drainer unit, mixer tap over, large Rangemaster double oven and grill with gas hob and warming plate, wall mounted cooker hood over, a range of drawers and cupboards, integrated dishwasher, fitted wine rack, recess provides space for upright fridge freezer, a range of matching wall mounted cupboards, glass splash back, fitted under unit lighting, exposed flagstone floors, feature LED spotlighting, uPVC double glazed door to the rear.
Panelled door from the utility room area leads to cloakroom.
Fitted low level WC, ceramic circular wash basin on washstand with mixer tap over, flagstone floor, uPVC double glazed window to the front.
Centralised pine and wrought iron feature staircase rises from the main reception room to the first floor landing. A generous first floor landing area, timber effect flooring, radiator, two separate ceiling hatches to loft storage space, double glazed door leads to balcony garden, pine panelled doors lead off the landing to the first floor rooms.
MASTER BEDROOM – 12’9 Maximum x 14’1 Maximum
A generous double bedroom enjoying a light dual aspect with uPVC double glazed windows to the front and rear, radiator, timber effect flooring, moulded skirting boards and architraves, TV point, two fitted wardrobes with cupboards above, pine panelled door leads to en-suite bathroom.
EN-SUITE BATHROOM – 10’9 Maximum x 8’6 Maximum
A contemporary white suite comprising fitted low level WC, circular ceramic wash basin on washstand with cupboard under, mixer tap over, panelled bath with glazed shower screen, wall mounted mains rain shower over with separate hand-held attachment, tiling to splash prone areas, wall mounted heated towel rail, ceramic tiled floor, uPVC double glazed window to the front, shaver point, inset ceiling lighting and feature star lighting, double doors lead to shelved linen cupboard.
BEDROOM TWO – 13’11 Maximum x 9’1 Maximum
A second generous double bedroom enjoying a light dual aspect with uPVC double glazed windows to the front and rear, timber effect flooring, radiator.
BEDROOM THREE – 11’1 Maximum x 8’5 Maximum
A third double bedroom, currently used as a study. uPVC double glazed window to the front, radiator, timber effect laminate flooring, fitted wall mounted book shelving.
FIRST FLOOR FAMILY SHOWER ROOM – 10’5 Maximum x 4’7 Maximum
A stylish white period-style suite comprising fitted low level WC, ceramic wash basin in work surface with cupboards under, walk-in tiled shower cubicle with glazed screen, wall mounted chrome mains rain shower with separate hand-held shower unit, wall mounted chrome heated towel rail, tiled walls and floor, uPVC double glazed window to the front, extractor fan, inset feature ceiling lighting.
At the front of the property there is a portion of pretty front garden laid to flowerbed, enclosed by period wrought iron railings, a variety of mature plants and shrubs. A door from the kitchen leads to a rear, private courtyard. uPVC double glazed door leads from the first floor landing to first floor balcony / terrace garden – 48’ in width, timber decked with metal balustrades, outside tap.
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