3 October 2019
This handsome building offers a wealth of charm and is set within a unique position forming part of the Corn Mill complex. Built in the 19th Century the cottage has been refurbished by the current owners to create a beautifully presented home with an abundance of character.
Maiden Newton is a thriving village, located on the confluence of the Rivers Frome and Hooke and well served by local amenities including a selection of shops, a first school, doctor's surgery, petrol station with store, public house, restaurant, village hall and railway station on the Weymouth/Dorchester to Bath/Bristol Temple Meads line. The Church of St. Marys is a very interesting building, the door is believed to be the oldest original wooden church door in England! The surrounding rolling countryside is interspersed with footpaths and bridleways giving access to many areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Jurassic heritage coastline is within easy reach. The county town lies approximately 8 miles away and has a rich history and offers many great places to eat and drink. Further facilities include a wide range of high street and independent shops, cinemas, art centre, museums, schools, County Hospital and a mainline railway station to London waterloo.
We are delighted to have sale agreed this property in the first week of marketing. This stunning character home offers its next custodian the chance to enjoy convenient rural living with an abundance of features including a recently installed log burner and beautiful country kitchen. The property saw huge interest and was quickly snapped up.
Similar properties are urgently required by waiting buyers and we welcome you to contact us should you be thinking of selling. Call the Dorchester team today on 01305 264500 for a friendly, no obligation discussion.
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