Description A deceptively spacious three bedroom cottage situated in the heart of Shaftesbury town centre. The property has been updated by the current owners in the recent years but has been a much loved home for over 30 years. With spacious living accommodation and a large garden, this property must be viewed to appreciate the space it has to offer.
The property is entered into the hallway which has stairs leading to the first floor, a cloakroom nestled under the stairs, and a door leading into the living space. The sitting room is a cosy space with two windows to the front with window seats underneath, as well as a wood burner giving a focal point to the room. The sitting room opens into the dining room which is a spacious living area with a door opening into the garden, and the kitchen leads from the dining room. The kitchen, which was refitted in 2013, offers wall and base units, a fitted oven and microwave unit, an induction hob and a Belfast sink with drainers both sides. There are windows to the side and rear overlooking the rear garden. Upstairs are three bedrooms, two of which are doubles with fitted wardrobes, and a further single bedroom with over stairs storage. There is a wet room, which was also fitted in 2013, which comprises a shower, low level WC and vanity unit hand wash basin. The attic has also been converted to provide an extra room which has Velux windows to the front and rear.
Outside, the rear garden is approximately 65 metres in length and is laid with a mix of shrubs, trees and flower beds. There are two separate patio areas and a lawn at the far end of the garden.
Location: Shaftesbury is an ancient Saxon hilltop town enjoying superb views over the surrounding countryside. It has a good range of facilities including supermarkets, theatre, banks, schools, cafes, inns, restaurants, small hospital, dentists, health centre, Churches and shops including High Street names such as Boots, W H Smiths, Superdrug and Costa. There are local bus and long distance coach services, Gillingham, about 5 miles away, has a main line railway station on the Exeter / Waterloo line. The A303 is approximately 7 miles to the north giving access to the South West and to London. The cathedral city of Salisbury is approximately 22 miles and the Dorset Coast is approximately 35 miles away.
Additional information Services: Mains Water, Gas, Electricity & Drainage.
Council Authority: Dorset Council - Tel: Council Tax Band: C
Caution: Nb All services and fittings mentioned in these particulars have not been tested and hence we cannot confirm that they are in working order.
Energy Performance Certificate: Rated: N/A - Exempt