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FANTASTIC CENTRAL SHERBORNE POSITION ONLY A FEW MOMENTS FROM THE ABBEY AND THE HIGH STREET! LARGE, SEMI-DETACHED PERIOD THREE BEDROOM, TWO RECEPTION ROOM HOUSE! OFF ROAD PARKING AREA! SUPERB SCOPE FOR LOFT CONVERSION (subject to gaining planning permission)! ONLY A SHORT WALK TO THE MAINLINE RAILWAY STATION MAKING LONDON WATERLOO IN JUST OVER TWO HOURS DIRECT! This deceptively spacious, semi-detached freehold house is situated in a top address in Sherborne's historic centre amongst pretty, high-end, period properties. If you wish to walk from your home to the bakers for fresh bread, a newspaper or a good quality coffee in the morning then you cannot get better than this position. The house boasts off-road parking which is very rare for the town centre. The house has well laid out accommodation comprising entrance porch, entrance reception hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen and downstairs cloakroom. On the first floor there is a generous landing area, three bedrooms and large family bathroom with modern suite. The property boasts replacement period-style double glazing and gas fired radiator central heating. The house has great scope for a loft conversion, subject to the necessary planning permission. It is found in neutral decorative order through and is a nice blank canvass for those wishing to add their personal stamp. VACANT - NO FURTHER CHAIN!
Stone steps rise to entrance porch. Blue Lias stone floor. Outside light. Glazed and panelled front door with sidelights leads to
ENTRANCE HALL 19'3 x 6'
A generous entrance reception hall. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Solid oak flooring. Radiator. Panel door leads to under stairs cupboard space. Panelled doors lead off the entrance reception hall to
RECEPTION 1 – 12'4 x 11'
A light main reception room enjoying a dual aspect with period-style double glazed sash window to the front. Double glazed window to the side. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Radiator. TV point. Period-style pine fire surround with slate hearth cast iron and tile fire place insert. Entrance leads from reception 1 to
RECEPTION 2 – 11'1 x 12'1
Another dual aspect room with double glazed window to the rear and double glazed window to the side. Period cast iron fire surround. Slate hearth. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Telephone point. Radiator. Panel door leads back to the entrance reception hall.
These two rooms are separated by a feature entrance archway with a full, approximate measurement of 22'6.
Panel door leads from entrance reception hall to
KITCHEN 11' x 7'2
A range of modern, Shaker-style kitchen units comprising of solid oak butchers block work surface. Retro metro tiled surrounds. Inset stainless steel sink bowl and drainer unit. Mixer tap over. Stainless steel oven comprising gas hob and electric oven under. A range of drawers and cupboards under. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Integrated fridge and freezer. Matching wall mounted cupboards. Under unit lighting. Wall mounted stainless steel oven hood extractor fan. Ceramic tiled floor. Double glazed window to the rear and side. Double glazed door leads to rear parking area.
Double panelled door leads from entrance reception hall to
Low level WC, ceramic wash basin. Tiled surrounds. Wall mounted heated towel rail. Ceramic tiled floor.
Staircase rises from the entrance reception hall to
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Period balustrade, radiator. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Hatch to loft space.
Please note: This loft space gives ample space and scope for loft conversion, subject to gaining the necessary planning permission.
Panel doors lead off first floor landing to
BEDROOM 1 – 11'4 x 11'
Period-style double glazed sash window to the front. Radiator. Moulded skirting boards and architraves.
BEDROOM 2 – 12'5 x 11'1
Period-style double glazed sash window to the rear. Moulded skirting boards and architraves
BEDROOM 3 – 7'9 x 7'1
Period-style double glazed sash window to the front. Radiator. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Folding panel door leads to built-in wardrobe cupboard space.
Generous main bathroom enjoying a recently replaced modern white suite comprising of low level WC, pedestal wash basin. Panel bath. Separate corner glazed shower cubicle with wall mounted mains shower over. Tiled surrounds. Wall mounted chrome heated towel rail. Ceramic tiled floor. Extractor fan. Inset feature ceiling lighting. Period-style double glazed sash window to the side.
Panelled door leads to fitted airing cupboard housing gas-fired Glow Worm boiler providing radiator central heating and domestic hot water. Slatted shelving.
At the side of the property, accessed via Acreman Place, is a small tarmacadam driveway area providing parking for one small car.
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