The Corner Shop, Blandford St Mary

The Corner Shop, Blandford St Mary

6 October 2017
The Corner Shop, Blandford St Mary

Located a short walk over the bridge from Blandford town centre with its many amenities, The Corner Shop has easy access to the local countryside as well as the town and could provide a home and income or solely residential.

Full of character and charm, The Corner Shop is thought to have traded as a shop since the 1800s, having been lived in by the Arnold family and their 11 children making shoes and umbrellas. Later the shop was much frequented by the employees of the nearby brewery to buy sandwiches and groceries. The property now trades as an antiques shop and has been featured on television shows twice.  This property is thought to have originally had a thatched roof which was lost in the fire that destroyed a large part of Blandford in 1731.

This charming individual property with many original features, including period fireplaces and beamed ceilings, has been updated and well maintained by the current owners and has flexible accommodation with 3 reception rooms and 3 bedrooms. To the rear of the property is a pretty courtyard garden.

Guide Price £335,000

Viewing comes highly recommended to appreciate all this property has to offer. Call Fiona at Goadsby Estate Agents on 01258 489049 for more details or book a viewing.

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