Cheselbourne, Dorchester, Dorset DT2

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
This delightful detached thatched cottage, built in 2003, is set in the heart of Cheselbourne and enjoys views over surrounding countryside and towards St. Martin's Church.

The front door opens to the hallway which has under stairs storage and a downstairs cloakroom with w/c and wash-hand basin. The sitting room is a good size, with a dual aspect and views of the adjacent fields. A central fireplace with brick surround, tiled hearth and oak mantle with inset log burning electric fire. Double doors leading to the garden room which is a particular feature of the house.

The dining room is to the front of the house and enjoys views with a sunny aspect. The kitchen has a rear aspect with tiled flooring and a range of floor and wall mounted units. Integrated appliances include; fridge, freezer, dishwasher and range with double oven and a five ring hob.

The utility room has further floor and wall mounted units, plumbing and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. A door also leads to the garage, which contains the boiler and has power and light.

Returning to the entrance hall, stairs rise to the first floor where there are four good size bedrooms: The master bedroom includes fitted wardrobes and a door leading to the en suite bathroom, which also has a wash-hand basin and w/c. There are a further two double bedrooms and a good sized single bedroom. The family bathroom has a white suite comprising; bath with shower attachment, w/c, and wash-hand basin.

The pretty rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn, screened by a beech hedge and has a delightful stream with a bridge across to a further lawned area. A paved sun terrace is screened by fencing with a pedestrian gate leading out to the front of the cottage which abuts a lane leading to the church.

Side access leads to the rear of the property, which has parking and a single garage. (The neighbouring property has a vehicular access across the drive).

Cheselbourne is surrounded by beautiful rolling Dorset countryside. The village has a thriving Primary School, a church and The River Arms village pub. Puddletown is about 4 miles

south with a good shop/post office, modern Doctor’s Surgery, Primary and Middle schools, public house, village hall and veterinary surgery as well as access to the A35 dual carriageway.

There is a farm shop/post office and the Fox Inn in Ansty, about 2 miles to the north.

Dorchester, the county town, is about 8 miles with a comprehensive range of facilities including the County Hospital, and mainline station on the London Waterloo line.

The area is particularly well served with a network of both footpaths and bridleways across the surrounding rolling down land. Sporting facilities are varied and include golf at the Dorset Golf & Country Club, Dorchester (two clubs), sailing and water sports along the Jurassic coast.

Symonds & Sampson - Dorchester

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