This well-proportioned, unique maisonette with its individual layout is situated close to Queen Mother Square and enjoys open views across to Maiden Castle and beyond.
The property is located over the first and second floors of this building. The main entrance is to the rear with a useful understairs storage cupboard of good size able to hold bicycles. A communal staircase leads to the first floor.
The accommodation comprises; entrance hall with stairs leading to the second floor. There is a light and spacious, sitting/dining room with a vaulted ceiling and feature arched windows. Double doors open into a modern fitted kitchen with fitted units and integrated appliances including; an electric oven, inset electric hob and extractor hood, washing machine, plumbing for a dishwasher, fridge and freezer. There are open views across to Maiden Castle and beyond. Across the hallway is a double bedroom also with large arch window together a Jack 'n' Jill family bathroom. Additional cupboard space under the stairs.
The second floor offers two further double bedrooms; the master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room with a useful storage cupboard. The guest bedroom features a mezzanine gallery.
The apartment is being sold with one allocated parking space.
Poundbury is an urban extension to the County town, built on the principles of architecture and urban planning as advocated by The Prince Of Wales in 'A Vision of Britain'. Poundbury gives priority to people, rather than cars, and is a mixture of commercial buildings with residential areas, shops and leisure facilities to create an attractive and walkable community.
The property is situated in a convenient location close to Queen Mother Square, which provides a good range of amenities including Waitrose, a public house, butchers, gallery, coffee houses, restaurant and garden centre. Across the Poundbury development there are a variety of boutiques, a post office, veterinary practice, dentist surgery and doctor's surgery along with a number of specialist outlets and the Damers First School.
Dorchester town centre is situated approximately 1½ miles away and offers a comprehensive range of shopping and recreational facilities including a leisure centre, library and cinema. It is in the catchment area of a number of highly regarded schools such as the Prince of Wales First School, Dorchester Middle School and the Thomas Hardye School. There are numerous sports clubs around the town including cricket, rugby, football, tennis and golf clubs. The town also boasts mainline rail links to both London Waterloo and Bristol Temple Meads.
The A35 gives access to Poole and Bournemouth and the cross channel ferries at Poole. There is a regular bus service from Poundbury to Dorchester with connections to surrounding towns and villages.
The Jurassic Coastline is a few miles to the south with some sandy beaches and water sports along the coast of Weymouth/Portland.