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TASTEFULLY RENOVATED AND EXTENDED PERIOD EDWARDIAN HOME! 'WOW-FACTOR' OPEN PLAN KITCHEN! ELEGANT PERIOD CEILING HEIGHTS, CAST IRON FIREPLACES, PANEL DOORS AND FULL HEIGHT BAY WINDOWS! ENCLOSED PRIVATE REAR GARDEN WITH DETACHED OUT BUILDING! GREAT RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS A SHORT WALK FROM THE TOWN CENTRE! VIEWS OF THE TOWN AND CASTLE! NO FURTHER CHAIN! This lovely end-terrace home has deceptively spacious accommodation comprising entrance hall, open plan main room measuring 37' maximum with separate lounge and dining areas, 'wow-factor kitchen breakfast room and downstairs WC. On the first floor is a landing area, two generous bedrooms and a large family bathroom. On the second floor is a further landing, master bedroom and en-suite shower room. The house boasts stylish replacement uPVC double glazed period-style sash windows and gas fired radiator central heating. There is access to the side of the property to gain access to the private rear garden and outbuilding. The historic, picturesque town centre of Sherborne is a short walk away, hosting a bustling out-and-about high street with many top coffee shops, boutique stores, delicatessens, pubs and Waitrose store as well as the world-famous Sherborne schools, Abbey building and mainline railway station making London Waterloo directly in just over two hours without even changing your seat. VACANT - NO FURTHER CHAIN.
Period quarry tiled path leads to glazed and panelled front door leading to
Elegant period ceiling heights. Exposed timber floor boards. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Radiator. Staircase rises to the first floor.
Period panelled door leads off the entrance hall to
MAIN OPEN PLAN RECEPTION ROOM – maximum measurement of 37'4 x 14'8
Split into 3 predominant areas:
LIVING ROOM AREA – 12'1 (Maximum into bay) x 11'5
Elegant period ceiling heights. Full height period sash window to the front with uPVC double glazed period style sash windows. Enjoying a westerly aspect and the afternoon sun. Fitted blinds. Radiator. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Moulded picture rail. Period slate and granite fire surround with tiled hearth. TV point.
Entrance leads to
DINING ROOM AREA – 10'3 x 11'8
Elegant period ceiling heights. Fire place recess with hearth. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. TV point. Radiator.
Pine panel door leads from dining room to
DOWNSTAIRS WC/STORAGE CUPBOARD
Low level WC, fitted wash basin.
Entrance from dining room leads to
OPEN PLAN KITCHEN BREAKFAST ROOM – 14'4 x 14'8
A newly converted and extended 'Wow' factor kitchen made up of ultra-modern gloss white kitchen units with timber effect work tops and surrounds. Inset stainless steel sink bowl and drainer unit, mixer tap over. Inset induction electric hob with stainless steel electric oven under. A range of drawers and cupboards under. Space and plumbing for dishwasher. Integrated fridge and freezer. Space and plumbing for washing machine or tumble dryer. Island unit with timber effect laminated work top. Breakfast bar. Range of drawers and cupboards under. Ceramic tiled floor. Feature ceiling light window. Inset feature ceiling lighting. A range of matching wall mounted cupboards. Wall mounted stainless steel cooker hood extractor fan. Feature glass splash back. Inset feature ceiling lighting. Radiator. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Wall mounted gas fired Worcester boiler providing domestic hot water and radiator central heating. Two uPVC double glazed windows to the rear overlooking the rear garden. uPVC double glazed double French doors lead to rear garden with an easterly aspect enjoying the morning sun.
Staircase rises from the entrance reception hall to first floor landing. Elegant period ceiling heights. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Period pine panelled doors lead off the landing area to
BEDROOM 2 – 14'10 x 9'10
uPVC double glazed period style sash windows to the front enjoying a west facing aspect and the afternoon sun. Radiator. Cast iron period fire surround. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. TV point.
BEDROOM 3 – 9'6 x 10'7
Elegant period ceiling heights. uPVC double glazed window to the rear overlooking the rear garden. Enjoying an east facing aspect and the morning sun. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Radiator. Cast iron feature fire surround. TV point.
A generous bathroom enjoying a luxury modern white suite comprising of low level WC. Panelled bath with tiled surrounds. Corner shower cubicle with wall mounted mains shower over. Tiled surrounds. Pedestal wash basin. Wall mounted chrome heated towel rail. uPVC double glazed window to the rear.
Staircase rises from the first floor landing to the second floor landing. Pine panelled door leads to
MASTER BEDROOM 15'2 x 13'9
A generous double bedroom enjoying a light dual aspect with two double glazed Velux windows to the front enjoying a westerly aspect and two uPVC double glazed windows to the rear enjoying an easterly aspect. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Radiator. Inset feature ceiling lighting. Door leads to eaves cupboard storage space.
Panelled door leads to
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
A fitted white suite comprising of low level WC. Wall mounted wash basin. Tiled surrounds. Corner glazed shower cubicle with wall mounted electric shower over. Inset feature ceiling lighting. Wall mounted heated chrome towel rail. uPVC double glazed window to the side.
At the front of the property there is a small front garden laid to artificial grass enclosed by brick walling with wrought iron period ballustrading. Outside light. Period quarry tiled pathway leads to the front door. Side pathway with infrared security lighting. Garden gate gives access to
REAR GARDEN - Approximately 30' x 16'2
This sunny west facing garden enjoys the afternoon sun and is enclosed by timber fencing. There is a large paved patio area. Area laid to artificial grass with a variety of timber borders and flower beds. Garden gate to the side. Outside lighting. Outside power point. Door leads to brick built outbuilding measuring 7'2 x 7'6. Light and power connected. Tiled floor. Window facing main garden.
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