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SUPERB FOUR BEDROOM PERIOD HOME! STUNNING OPEN-PLAN DESIGNER KITCHEN FAMILY ROOM! GREAT CEILING HEIGHTS AND CHARACTER FEATURES! LARGE DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE WORKSHOP 37' X 13'6! GENEROUS 62' REAR GARDEN! ONLY A SHORT WALK TO SHERBORNE TOWN CENTRE AND MAINLINE RAILWAY STATION MAKING LONDON WATERLOO IN JUST OVER 2 HOURS! EN-SUITE WET ROOM WITH REMOTE CONTROL SHOWER! This amazing house is deceptively spacious (1892 square feet!) and has been the subject of many stylish improvements. Situated amongst other Edwardian properties in a popular residential address in this sought-after historic town, this home enjoys elegant period ceiling heights and other lovely features from the era. Boasting a 62' private, east facing rear garden and a large, detached double garage/workshop - this property offers an awful lot for its guide price. The accommodation briefly comprises entrance hall, lounge/dining room, open plan kitchen/family room with dining area, utility room and downstairs cloakroom. On the first floor is a generous landing area, three bedrooms and a family bathroom. On the second floor is a large, feature double bedroom with dressing area and cool en-suite wet room. The house is in excellent decorative order throughout and boasts gas fired radiator central heating and double glazing. There is a fitted fire safety sprinkler system throughout the entire house. INTERNAL INSECTION COMES HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY THE SELLING AGENT TO APPRECIATE THE SIZE OF ACCOMMODATION AND LEVEL OF FINISH ON OFFER.
Quarry tiled pathway and front gate leads to panelled and glazed front door leading to entrance hall. Elegant ceiling heights. Solid oak floor. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Radiator. Staircase rises to the first floor. Pine panelled period door leads from the entrance reception hall to
MAIN RECEPTION ROOM 23'8 x11'6
A generous reception area split in to two sub areas:
Living Room area – Elegant ceiling heights. Full height period double glazed bay window to the front with a westerly aspect enjoying the afternoon sun. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Radiator. Exposed oak floor boards. Fire place recess with exposed brick work. Slate hearth. Cast iron log burner.
Dining Room area – Elegant ceiling heights. Solid Oak flooring. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Radiator. Large Oak interior window leading to kitchen. Period style panel doors lead to storage cupboard space with recess shelving above. Panelled doors lead to large under stairs storage cupboard space with light and power connected.
Glazed and panelled door leads to
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM – 24'11 x 13'9
A generously proportioned, stunning, open plan kitchen family room split into two predominate areas:
Kitchen area - Impressive ceiling heights with two large double glazed ceiling Velux roof windows allowing significant natural light into the main room. A range of recently replaced bespoke designer kitchen units enjoying an extensive range of storage options comprising of Minerva work surface and surrounds. A range of drawers and cupboards under. Integrated dishwasher. Integrated recycling storage unit. Pan drawers. Integrated ironing board. Integrated range-style electric double oven with grill and large gas hob. Inset under unit stainless steel microwave. Inset stainless steel sink bowl with mixer tap over. A range of wall mounted cupboards and storage options. Wall mounted shelf unit. Integrated fridge and freezer. Wall mounted cooker hood extractor fan. Coloured glass splash back. Retro-style glass hanging pendant Edison light bulbs with further inset LED ceiling lighting. Large wall mounted contemporary radiator. Separate wall mounted spotlighting. Oak internal window leads to dining room. Feature natural stone floor tiles. Island unit with Minerva surface. Storage drawers and cupboards under.
Breakfast area – A generous breakfast area of good proportions giving ample space for large dining table. This area enjoys a good degree of natural light with large uPVC double glazed double French doors with top light window enjoying an easterly facing aspect and the morning sun. Stone floor tiles. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Radiator. Inset LED lighting.
Pine Panelled period door leads to
UTILITY ROOM – 4'11 x 5'6
Velux double glazed ceiling window. Minerva work surface. Space and plumbing for tumble dryer and washing machine. Feature stone floor tiles.
Door leads to
Comprising of low level WC. Ceramic wash basin. Stone floor tiles. Tiled surrounds. uPVC double glazed window to the rear. Extractor fan. Wall mounted gas fired boiler.
Staircase rises from the entrance reception hall to generous first floor landing area. Period style turned balustrading. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Radiator. uPVC double glazed window to the front. Door leads to cupboard housing large pressurised hot water cylinder. Further double doors lead to built in cupboard space.
Pine panelled door lead off landing to
BEDROOM 2 – 10'9 x 9'3
A double bedroom with elegant ceiling heights. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Radiator. uPVC double glazed window to the rear enjoying a east facing aspect and the morning sun. Chimney breast feature.
BEDROOM 3 – 9'5 x 10'5
Impressive ceiling heights. uPVC double glazed window to the front. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Radiator. Fitted writing desk with cupboards under. Panel doors lead to fitted cupboard space with cupboards above. Recess wall shelving.
BEDROOM 4 – 8' x 6'5
Currently used as an office. uPVC double glazed window to the rear enjoying an easterly aspect and the morning sun with views over the rear garden. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Radiator.
FIRST FLOOR FAMILY BATHROOM
A fitted modern white suite comprising of low level WC. Fitted wash basin. Panelled bath with wall mounted mains shower tap arrangement over. Shower rail. Inset feature ceiling lighting. Wall mounted heated towel rail. Internal window to landing. uPVC double glazed window to the side.
Staircase rises from the first floor landing to the second floor.
MASTER BEDROOM – 13'10 x 13'6 (limited head height)
A generous double master bedroom enjoying a light dual aspect with two double glazed Velux windows to the front with a west facing aspect and the afternoon sun. Views extend to Sherborne town and fields beyond, also incorporating Sherborne Abbey. uPVC double glazed window to the rear with views over the rear garden enjoying an easterly aspect and the morning sun. Various doors lead to eaves storage cupboard space. Fitted sprinkler system. Inset feature ceiling lighting.
Entrance leads to inner landing. Double glazed Velux ceiling window. Double doors lead to built in wardrobe cupboard space.
Pine panelled door leads to
SECOND FLOOR WET ROOM
A modern white suite comprising of low level WC, ceramic wash basin. uPVC double glazed window to the side. Shaver point. Inset ceiling lighting. Entrance leads to shower area with remote control wall mounted mains chrome rain shower. Retro-metro tiled surrounds. Wall mounted heated towel rail.
At the front of the property a wrought iron gate gives access to quarry tiled pathway which leads to the front door. There is a small front garden enclosed by brick walling laid to shingle. Enjoying a variety of mature plants and shrubs.
Vehicular access is gained at the rear of the property via Harbour Way. Automated roller shutter garage doors lead to
DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE/WORKSHOP – 37' x 13'6
This fantastic space offers parking for several vehicles or dry storage. Light and power connected. Double glazed ceiling Velux windows. Personal door gives access to the
REAR GARDEN 62'4 x 15'4
This generous rear garden enjoys an east facing aspect and the morning sun. It is laid mainly to well groomed lawn and enjoys a large paved patio area and timber decked patio area. It is enclosed by timber panelled fencing. There are also a range of flower beds and borders. Outside light. Outside tap.
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