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RARE - WITH ALLOCATED OFF ROAD PARKING - IN SHERBORNE TOWN CENTRE!! INTRIGUING PERIOD TWO BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED TOWN COTTAGE! TOP RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS IN TOWN CENTRE! DECEPTIVELY SPACIOUS ACCOMMODATION! PERIOD FIREPLACE WITH LOG BURNING STOVE! GAS CENTRAL HEATING! CHARACTER INCLUDES PERIOD CEILING HEIGHTS AND ORIGINAL SASH WINDOWS! A FEW MOMENTS WALK FROM TRAIN STATION MAKING LONDON WATERLOO IN JUST OVER TWO HOURS! NEAR TO LOCAL TOWN PARK AND BEAUTY SPOT! GOOD DOG WALKS AND SHERBORNE CASTLES NEARBY! NO FURTHER CHAIN! Set in the heart of picturesque Sherborne town only moments from Sherborne Abbey and the towns coveted boutique high street, this two bedroom period property really is a one-off. It has well arranged, spacious accommodation comprising entrance hall, large main reception room 17'8 x 17', study room, kitchen breakfast room and utility wash room. Whilst on the first floor there is a landing area, two bedrooms, family bathroom and separate WC. There are various communal seating and patio areas at the rear. The property is a few steps from Sherborne town centre and high street with its popular out-and-about culture, lovely selection of cafes, bakeries, boutique stores and public houses. Sherborne is famous for its breath-taking Abbey building and Alms houses, architecture and world renowned private boarding schools. You can walk to Sherborne railway station in a few minutes and access London Waterloo station in just over two hours without changing your seat. This would make an ideal home for a young professional couple needing the London rail link, a perfect pied-a-terre in the town, a nice retirement option or potential holiday or residential let. NO FURTHER CHAIN.
Glazed and panelled front door leads from South Street to
ENTRANCE RECEPTION HALL
A generous hall area with oak flooring. Radiator. Stairs rise to the first floor. Entrances and doors lead off the entrance reception hall to the lounge/dining room, study area and kitchen/breakfast room.
LOUNGE/DINING ROOM - 17'8 maximum x 17' maximum
A generous, light main reception area, enjoying elegant ceiling heights and a light multi aspect with window to the rear enjoying a west facing aspect and the afternoon sun, window to the side and period sash window to the front with secondary glazing. Period fire surround with fire recess and cast iron log burning stove. Oak floors. Two radiators. Shelved fireside recesses. Small period window to the side.
STUDY AREA ï¿½ 4'11 x 5'
Window to the rear. Radiator. Oak flooring.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST AREA - 10'8 x 6'4
A range of cream coloured panelled Shaker-style kitchen units comprising butchers block effect work surface with tiled surrounds. Inset stainless steel sink bowl and drainer unit with mixer tap over. Inset electric hob with stainless steel electric oven under. A range of cupboards and drawers under. Integrated dishwasher. A range of matching wall mounted cupboards. A concealed wall mounted cooker hood extractor fan. Period sash window to the rear. Space for upright fridge/freezer. Oak flooring. Radiator.
Door leads to utility/wash room.
UTILITY/WASHROOM - 6'10 x 7'9 maximum
Window to the rear. Space and plumbing for a tumble dryer and washing machine. Oak flooring. Window to the front. Entrance to storage cupboard with hanging space.
Staircase rises from the entrance reception hall to the first floor.
LANDING - 15'1 x 7'3
A generous landing area. Window to the rear, period sash window to the front. Radiator. Door leads to cupboard housing gas fired combination boiler, providing domestic hot water and radiator central heating.
Doors lead off the first floor landing to the bedrooms.
BEDROOM ONE - 11'11 x 8'5 maximum
A double bedroom with a light dual aspect with sash window to the side, with secondary glazing and a sunny south facing aspect, sash window to the front with secondary glazing. Radiator. A range of fitted storage options.
BEDROOM TWO - 8'1 x 7'11
uPVC double glazed sash window to the rear. Radiator.
Fitted white suite compromising a low level WC, pedestal wash basin, tiled splash back. Panelled bath withï¿½ glazed shower screen, wall mounted mains shower tap arrangement over, tiled surrounds.
uPVC double glazed window to the rear. Wall mounted mirror. Wall mounted heated towel rail.
Door leads from first floor landing to separate WC
Low level WC. Feature stained glass window to the front. Hatch to roof space.
At the rear of the property, there is a communal courtyard area. There are various communal seating areas in this communal space.
The lovely green open parkland space of Pageant Gardens is only a few steps away.
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