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About the property
CHARACTER COTTAGE IN THE CENTRE OF THE VILLAGE, SET OVER THREE FLOORS WITH PARKING AND PRETTY GARDEN
Nestled in the heart of Charlton Marshall, this charming 2-bedroom cottage seamlessly blends character with modern comfort. Boasting well planned accommodation set over three floors, this residence presents an ideal opportunity for those seeking village life but still being close to larger towns.
The cottage was previously Bennett's Village Shop. The current owners have some captivating old photographs that narrate the tale of its evolution and have very much enjoyed the homeliness of the cottage.
The property is accessed via an entrance porch with decorative stained glass side panels, this opens into the sitting/dining room with wood burning stove. There is a charming bay window with fitted seat. A door opens to the kitchen with view over garden. The kitchen has a range of country style fitted units with tiled splash back, 1 ½ bowl sink and drainer. It also benefits from an integrated fridge/freezer, washing machine range style cooker with hood over.
From the dining area stairs lead to the first floor with the principal bedroom at the front aspect. The fully tiled shower room is fitted with a white suite including WC, pedestal basin and corner shower cubicle. There is a useful storage area with window which could be utilised as a study.
A latched door gives access to a staircase which leads to the top floor bedroom which has a lovely outlook to the rear.
Externally the cottage has a pretty southerly garden with patio and raised area of lawn and flower borders. At the end of the garden is a nature pond and garden shed. There is a personnel gate to the side. The cottage also has a parking space.
We invite you to schedule a viewing at your earliest convenience to appreciate this village cottage.
Charlton Marshall is a quintessential English village with an 18th Century church, popular pub, church room and village hall. Within walking distance of a farm shop and café. Fabulous walks are on the doorstep as is the North Dorset Trailway, which runs along the route of the former Somerset and Dorset Railway.
Most of the land within this parish stretches over the chalk hills to the southwest, it certainly is an impressive place to live, rich in both history and character.
The village is ideally positioned for access to the Georgian market town of Blandford Forum set along the banks of the River Stour with its selection of independent shops, cafés and pubs. Further towns are within easy reach of Poole, Dorchester, Bournemouth and Salisbury, all with main line train stations with routes to London Waterloo, Bristol Temple Meads, Exeter and Cardiff. The village is serviced by the X8 regular bus route.
The village website is excellent and gives a real flavour for the village.
Council Tax Band: C
Sitting Room 3.73m (12'3) x 3.72m (12'2)
Dining Area 2.91m (9'7) x 2.31m (7'7)
Kitchen 3.8m (12'6) x 2.63m (8'8)
Bedroom 1 3.69m (12'1) x 4m (13'1)
Bedroom 2 3.67m (12'0) x 3.56m (11'8)
Storage/Office 3.15m (10'4) x 1.73m (5'8)
Shower Room 1.84m (6'0) x 2.01m (6'7)
Country Style Kitchen
Wood Burning Stove
Bay Window with Window Seat
Two Double Bedrooms
Fully Enclosed Garden
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