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About the property
OFFERING A MATURE GARDEN THAT ATTRACTS MUCH WILDLIFE
Located in a quiet, tucked away position, this charming Grade II Listed cottage offers many character features and the delightful southerly facing garden attracts much wildlife.
The picturesque village of Sutton Waldron is situated under the Cranborne Chase which is in the heart of the Blackmore Vale, between Blandford Forum and Shaftesbury. The neighbouring villages of Iwerne Minster and Fontmell Magna are also within a short drive away.
Internally the cottage has a dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room which has an excellent selection of wood fronted cabinets and space for freestanding appliances. A doorway leads through into the formal dining room which has exposed timber beams and views out to the garden. Leading through from an archway the sitting room has an exposed brick chimney breast with a cosy wood burning stove and the original bread oven is also a charming feature in this room.
Upstairs there are two/three bedrooms and a recently updated bathroom which has an electric wall mounted shower that is enclosed by a glass shower screen. The master bedroom has plenty of storage in the built-in pine wardrobes and the spacious landing has a feature fireplace.
Externally the large pitched garage benefits from a separate room which has previously been utilized as an office. There is an attached garden room/conservatory and this entire outbuilding could be converted into an annex or studio subject to planning permission and building regulations.
To the front of the garage is an area which is ideal for keeping chickens or alternatively used for further parking. There is an attached timber store, a shed and a greenhouse.
The majority of the garden is to the front of the cottage and is well stocked with a mixture of plants and shrubbery. There is also a separate gated area which has previously been used for growing vegetables.
Internal inspection comes highly recommended to fully appreciate this endearing property and the idyllic setting.
Sitting Room 3.73m (12'3) x 5.19m (17'0) narrowing to 3.81m
Dining Room 3.76m (12'4) x 4.14m (13'7)
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 3.95m (13') x 4.49m (14'9)
Bedroom 1 3.98m (13'1) x 3.8m (12'6) max
Bedroom 2 3.77m (12'4) x 2.61m (8'7) Narrowing to 2.16m
Bedroom 3 1.73m (5'8) x 1.6m (5'3)
Bathroom 1.95m (6'5) x 2.28m (7'6)
Garden Room 2.66m (8'9) x 2.52m (8'3)
Office 2.66m (8'9) x 3.14m (10'4)
Garage 5.51m (18'1) x 3.14m (10'4)
Desirable Village Location
Scope To Create An Annex / Studio
Garden Room / Conservatory
Cosy Wood-Burning Stove With Exposed Brick Chimney
Spacious Kitchen/Breakfast Room & Two Separate Reception Rooms
Gated Driveway & Timber Outbuilding / Shed
Good Sized Mature Garden With Space For Keeping Chickens
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