A modern Georgian style end of terraced town house delightfully located just a short walk from The Great Field, Queen Mother Square and a range of local amenities.
Built by well reputed local builders cg Fry & Son with attractive brick faced elevations under a slate roof, the accommodation is arranged over three floors and finished to a very high standard.
On the ground floor, a tiled reception hall with useful cloakroom, leads into a front aspect sitting room fitted with a range of cupboards and bookshelves with central electric fireplace. There is a well appointed kitchen/breakfast room with a range of contemporary wall and floor cupboards, integrated fridge and freezer, dishwasher and washing machine together with built in double oven and induction hob. Double doors from the kitchen lead into a delightful garden room at the rear, with French doors leading out to a patio, and 2 Velux windows, creating a light and spacious feel.
On the first floor stairs lead up to the second floor, together with airing cupboard and access to a contemporary fitted shower room. There are 2 double bedrooms, one with a range of built in wardrobes currently used as a dressing room.
On the second floor are 2 further bedrooms with the main bedroom having an en-suite shower room and a range of built in wardrobes.
Outside, the rear garden is designed for ease of maintenance and attractively landscaped. Immediately adjoining the rear is a paved patio with steps down to a small garden with shrub borders, pedestrian rear access and door leading to a double garage with twin doors, one of which is electrically operated and a useful hardstanding area to the side.
Poundbury, a development inspired and designed by the Prince of Wales is located on the north-east outskirts of Dorchester the County Town of Dorset.
Poundbury provides a wide range of amenities including cafés, public house, veterinary practice, dentist surgery, doctor's surgery, general store, boutiques and specialist shops. There is a regular bus service to Dorchester and surrounding villages.
Dorchester is situated within approximately 1½ miles and provides 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. There are numerous sports football, tennis and golf.
There are many footpaths and bridleways across the beautiful surrounding countryside. The Jurassic Coastline is a few miles to the south with some sandy beaches, and water sports along the coast of Weymouth/Portland. Dorchester south and west train stations provide direct service to London Waterloo and Bristol Temple Meads respectively. The A35 gives good access to Poole and Bournemouth and the cross channel ferries at Poole and Weymouth.