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CHARACTER COTTAGE IN DESIRABLE VILLAGE LOCATION NOW REQUIRING UPDATING - LARGE GARDEN AND PARKING
Located on the edge of the Blackmore vale within the heart of Dorset, the village of Miborne St Andrew is a thriving community which enjoys a public house, village post office, general store, first school, parish church, nearby village hall, doctors' surgery and a sports field.
The village has easy access into Blandford and Dorchester for more shops, restaurants, cafes and leisure facilities.
Dorchester also has main line train stations with links to Bristol Temple Meads and London Waterloo and the County Hospital. There are excellent walks in the locality across the beautiful Dorset countryside and to the south, along the Jurassic coastline, according World Heritage status.
This charming cottage offers a wealth of charm having been in the same family since the 1920's.
A particular feature of this cottage is the size of the gardens.
The cottage is accessed via a lean to conservatory which opens into the entrance vestibule with stairs to the first floor and a door to the sitting room with a fire place and two storage cupboards. This room opens to the dining area with rear aspect. The old latch door leads to the kitchen which has a range of base and eye level units with stainless steel sink and drainer. Tiled splash back and space for cooker, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. From the kitchen you access the flint and brick single storey area, the first room has a flagstone floor and is currently used as a utility room with the washing machine and wall mounted gas boiler housed. A further room has a WC and workshop.
The first floor comprises a spacious principal bedroom with a window to the front aspect overlooking the garden. Bedroom two is also a double bedroom and is rear aspect. The bathroom is a good size having originally been a bedroom when the cottage was built. It is now a shower room with double shower cubicle, WC and wall mounted basin.
Externally the property benefits from both front and rear gardens. The front garden has a mature apple tree and is well stocked with range of shrubs and herbaceous perennials, the rear garden was used as a vegetable plot and also has hard standing for parking. The garden on one side has a pretty flint and brick wall with a gate and arch with roses over, to access the path to the front door.
Council Tax Band: C
Sitting Room 4.22m (13'10) (NT to 12'11) x 3.25m (10'8)
Dining Room 2.59m (8'6) x 2.29m (7'6) (Widening to 10'8)
Utility Room 2.11m (6'11) x 2.67m (8'9)
WC 1.7m (5'7) x 1.14m (3'9)
Kitchen 3.63m (11'11) x 2.26m (7'5)
Bedroom 1 5.31m (17'5) (Narrowing to 15'11) x 2.9m (9'6)
Bedroom 2 3.45m (11'4) x 2.9m (9'6)
Bathroom 3.28m (10'9) x 2.34m (7'8)
Conservatory 4.78m (15'8) x 1.96m (6'5)
Shed 3.05m (10'0) x 2.72m (8'11)
Village with Amenities
Mature Sizeable Garden
No Onward Chain
Scope to Extend STP
Off Road Parking
Strictly through the vendors agents GOADSBY
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