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CENTRALLY LOCATED, THIS DECEPTIVELY SPACIOUS CHARACTER PROPERTY OFFERS GREAT SCOPE FOR THOSE SEEKING TO ADD VALUE AT RELATIVELY SMALL COST.
Centrally located just a few steps from the High Street is this deceptively spacious character property offering great scope for those seeking to add value at relatively small cost.
There is a wealth of period features including an attractive coloured window on the half-landing, beautiful fireplace in the sitting room, and remnants from days long gone including an old gas lamp in the hall and a servants? bell box in the storage area.
Upon entering the impressive entrance door from the street, one is greeted by the spacious hallways with doors to all ground floor rooms. The sitting room enjoys a lovely, bright aspect to the street and a traditional feature fireplace for those cosy evenings at home.
The kitchen provides ample worksurfaces for the keenest of cooks with a range of fitted units at both eye and waist level incorporating an electric oven, gas hob, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a fridge freezer.
There is an understair cupboard and plenty of room for a family dining table and chairs to the rear. There is a deep storage area which is ideally sized and located to provide a downstairs cloakroom subject to building regulations.
The impressive turning staircase with feature window leads to an attractive landing with built-in storage cupboard.
The main bedroom is of generous proportions and benefits from an en-suite shower room with low-level WC, hand basin and extractor fan.
The second bedroom is a large double room that could easily be divided into two for the growing family and there is also a family bathroom completing the accommodation.
The house is heated using a gas boiler with radiators and windows are either double or secondary glazed and of the traditional sash variety.
Outside there is an attractive courtyard garden with a gate that could be developed to provide parking for a family car subject to planning permission.
Properties with such an abundance of character and charm, centrally located for all Dorchester?s many facilities are rarely available at such a competitive price and we therefore recommend your early internal inspection to avoid disappointment.
Dorchester benefits from High Street shops, various pubs and restaurants, museums and two mainline railway stations to London Waterloo and Bristol Temple Meads, not to mention quality schools, the County Hospital and new Brewery Square development.
Living Room 4.19m (13'9) x 3.86m (12'8)
Kitchen/Diner 5.28m (17'4) x 3.02m (9'11) max
Storage 3.15m (10'4) x .91m (3'0)
Bedroom 1 3.96m (13'0) x 3.76m (12'4)
En-Suite 2.13m (7'0) x .99m (3'3)
Bedroom 2 5.46m (17'11) x 3.07m (10'1)
Bathroom 2.13m (7'0) x 1.8m (5'11)
Central Town Location
No Forward Chain
Many Period Features
Gas-fired Central Heating
En-Suite to Master
Easy to 'Add Value'
ALL MEASUREMENTS QUOTED ARE APPROX. AND FOR GUIDANCE ONLY. THE FIXTURES, FITTINGS and APPLIANCES HAVE NOT BEEN TESTED AND THEREFORE NO GUARANTEE CAN BE GIVEN THAT THEY ARE IN WORKING ORDER. YOU ARE ADVISED TO CONTACT THE LOCAL AUTHORITY FOR DETAILS OF COUNCIL TAX. PHOTOGRAPHS ARE REPRODUCED FOR GENERAL INFORMATION AND IT CANNOT BE INFERRED THAT ANY ITEM SHOWN IS INCLUDED.
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