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5 Bedroom Semi-Detached House For Sale
5 bedroom semi-detached house for sale 15 695000Parkers Property Consultants And Valuers, Dorchesterrightmove

This wonderful Grade II listed property offers a great opportunity to acquire a unique residence favourably nestled within Puddletown, a desirable village that enjoys a vibrant community and many social and sporting opportunities. This substantial five bedroom semi-detached family home enjoys an abundance of character features and is presented to an extremely high standard throughout, complementing the style of the property perfectly. The property boasts a beautiful walled garden to the rear that provides a lovely space to enjoy its position and tranquil setting. There is also a double garage, outbuildings, a secret vegetable garden and ample off-road parking. EPC rating D.

Situation - Although quite central to the village, Trent Meadows is tucked away down a private drive and well screened by a high brick wall and a tall yew tree hedge.
The village of Puddletown boasts a range of local facilities, including a wonderful village shop with Post Office, Doctors and vets, a butchers, a book shop, two schools and access to Puddletown forest for walking and mountain biking. The county town of Dorchester is steeped in history enjoying a central position along the Jurassic Coastline and also some of the county's most noted period architecture, all set amongst a beautiful rural countryside. Dorchester offers a plethora of shopping and social facilities including a cinema, County museum, leisure centre, Borough Gardens, a choice of many excellent public houses and restaurants and offers easy access to Bournemouth and the M3. The town has two main employers, namely the Dorset County Hospital and the Dorset County Council. There are major train links to London Waterloo and Bristol Temple Meads and regular bus routes to adjoining towns. It also falls within the catchment area of OFSTED 'outstanding' local schools, including Thomas Hardye

Accommodation - The property occupies the Northern part of a Grade II listed building of brick construction under a slated roof. It has a 1960's extension with cavity insulation to the northern half of the building and slate cladding to the North Walls adds additional protection and character.
The property boasts four reception rooms, five generously sized bedrooms, shower room, bathroom and downstairs cloakroom/utility plus additional sundry spaces.
The open plan nature of the kitchen, dining and family areas take full advantage of the delightful views down into the garden, making them the ideal space for both entertaining and raising a family, whilst the sitting room with its original shuttered windows and open fire offers a delightful space to snuggle into on a cold winter night or to find 'quiet time'.
Externally, the garden is walled on two sides and offers tall hedging and trees on the third making it very secluded. There are two interlinking lawned areas separated by a pagoda and shrubbery with paths to the centre and each side. The garden attracts many birds and houses productive apple, pear and plum trees.
A particular delight is the ancient door towards the end of the garden leading through the old garden wall into what is known as the 'secret garden'. The Secret Garden was formerly the piggery and hen houses and is now used for very productive soft fruit growing and log storage.

History - Ilsington Lodge is said to have been built in the early 19th Century and appears to have been occupied for much of its time by the village doctor.
During the war years it was owned by General Thompson. It is said that senior officers were billeted at Trent Meadows in preparation for D Day and indeed families in the village recall Churchill staying here.
At that time it was a large house within the village having its associated walled vegetable garden, orchard and meadows to graze and feed the horses. The stable block, cart shed and tack room survive and form a linked building now used for garaging etc. Post war there was a period when Ilsington Lodge was operated as a Guest House before being sold and divided into three units in the late 1950s. At about that time the meadows were separated and the orchard sold for development.

Notes From The Owner - "Formerly known as Ilsington Lodge, it has been our much loved home for nearly 30 years and been a wonderful house in which to bring up our family. There has been space for all when friends come round to play. The historic feel and character of the building with high ceilings through much of the house and little details that give a nod to its past make it a building we never tire of. Visitors frequently comment on the warm, welcoming and comfortable feel of the house, and on hot summer days how cool and airy it is indoors.

Room Dimensions -

Sitting Room - 5.82m x 4.45m (19'01" x 14'07") -

Dining Hall - 5.82m x 4.29m (19'01" x 14'01") -

Kitchen/Diner - 5.51m x 5.36m (18'01" x 17'07") -

Family Room - 5.36m x 3.68m (17'07" x 12'01") -

Studio/Workshop - 5.18m x 4.04m (17'0" x 13'03") -

Bedroom One - 4.85m x 3.66m (15'11" x 12'0") -

Bedroom Two - 4.80m x 3.40m (15'09" x 11'02") -

Bedroom Three - 4.17m x 3.20m (13'08" x 10'06") -

Bedroom Four - 4.17m x 2.84m (13'08" x 9'04") -

Bedroom Five - 3.12m x 2.90m (10'03" x 9'06") -

Agents Notes - Please note that there is a covenant on the property stating that it cannot be used as a business or Bed and Breakfast. There is a 26' cellar under the kitchen and a 23' deep well under the garage.
Please be aware that there are Tree Preservation Orders on some of the trees situated in the rear garden.

Services - Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Gas fired central heating. Broadband is also available.
There are Solar panels on the shed with Feed in Tariff that generates an income of £1400 to £1500 per year.

Local Authorities - Dorset Council, South Walks House, South Walks Road, Dorchester, Dorset,
DT1 1UZ Tel: . We are advised that the council tax band is F

Viewings - Strictly by appointment with the sole agents:
Parkers Property Consultants and Valuers Tel:

COVID-19 - Please note that viewings can only be offered to clients in a position to proceed to purchase and are undertaken with strict safety measures in place.


2 Bedroom Terraced House For Sale
2 bedroom terraced house for sale 12 1250000Greenslade Taylor Hunt, Dorchesterrightmove

A pretty, mid-terrace, Victorian 2 double bedroom cottage retaining a wealth of period features, enjoying rural views and with car parking, set in the hamlet of Lower Waterston, less than 2 miles from Puddletown. EPC band D.

The Cottage, built in 1885 originally as a farm worker’s cottage, is mid terrace of three, with brick elevations under a slate roof. Standing in the rural hamlet of Lower Waterston within the unspoilt countryside of the Piddle Valley, the location will appeal to those who seek a country property which retains good access to local amenities and the County Town of Dorchester. Maintained to meticulous standards by the present vendor the whole is in immaculate decorative condition with Gas fired central heating and replacement double glazed windows. Externally is a private rear garden and to the side of number 3 a gravelled parking area which easily allows for the parking of two vehicles. At present the cottage is successfully used for holiday lets and should the buyer wish to continue with this business the vendor is happy to discuss the sale of the fixtures and fittings by separate negotiation. The whole provides a charming home thought equally suited to those who seek a permanent home or a week/end holiday retreat in Thomas Hardy’s Dorset.
The accommodation: Approached by a gravel path the main front door opens to the entrance lobby with staircase to the first floor. The sitting room overlooks the front garden with door to the recently upgraded kitchen/breakfast room which has a range of shaker style cream floor and wall units with granite worksurfaces and splashbacks. The breakfast area has a large double cupboard to the recess and door to the patio. From the kitchen a step opens to the rear lobby with storage space and door to the well equipped utility and shower room. To the first floor the landing has doors to each of the double bedrooms and the bathroom.

Vendor’s website:

Manor Farm Cottages is situated in the small hamlet of Lower Waterston less than 2 miles from Puddletown which lies approximately 5 miles North East of the County Town of Dorchester. Puddletown has excellent facilities including a shop/post office, first and middle schools, doctors' surgery, a veterinary surgery and public house. Moreton village (approximately 4 miles away) provides a local train station with Dorchester having main line railway connections to London Waterloo, Bath and Bristol. Bournemouth international airport is approximately 23 miles away. The County Town of Dorchester provides all other facilities for education, shopping and includes the County Hospital.

From the country lane a vehicular access leads to the shared PARKING AREA with designated spaces for at least 2 vehicles. From here a path leads to the front of the cottages.

The walled and fenced front garden has planted borders and gravel path to the front door. The rear garden is secluded and private being enclosed by a mixture of natural hedging and timber fencing. It is mainly lawned and has a paved patio adjacent to the rear elevation. There is a brick garden store and outside tap.


4 Bedroom Detached Bungalow For Sale
4 bedroom detached bungalow for sale 14 425000Meyers Estate Agents, Dorsetrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

DETACHED BUNGALOW WITH STUNNING VIEWS IN NEED OF RENOVATION SET IN APPROXIMATELY ONE ACRE PLOT. Two reception rooms, four bedrooms, DOUBLE GARAGE and OFF ROAD FOR SEVERAL VEHICLES. Offered with NO FORWARD CHAIN


4 Bedroom Cottage For Sale
4 bedroom cottage for sale 16 350000Direct Moves, Weymouthrightmove

This Semi-Detached property has a sitting room, music room, snug and conservatory, as well as a kitchen and utility. Upstairs there are four bedrooms and a spacious family bathroom. Internally there is full central heating and is mainly double glazed. The garden and grounds are most impressive, with lawns extending approximately 180 feet, stable, feed room, oversized concrete garage with work area to the rear and own driveway providing parking for 4 cars, with potential for a turning circle. Although internally the property requires some upgrading, this is an excellent opportunity for a buyer looking for period charm. Located within a short drive of Dorchester Town and amenities. Contact sole agents Direct Moves on for more details. Please note room measurements are approximate.


Entrance 
Front door to Hallway

Music Room 
Front aspect room, double glazed window, wall mounted radiator, views over countryside to front.

Sitting room 
Front aspect room, brick built fireplace with open fire, views over the countryside to the front

Snug 
With wood burner through to:-

Conservatory 
Double glazed rear asepct sliding doors overlooking rear garden

Kitchen 
Rear aspect room, fitted with a range of eye and base level units with work surfaces over, 5 ring gas hob, electric oven, space for fridge freezer, stainless steel sink unit

Utility room 
Rear aspect double glazed window, side double glazed door, range of units providing storage and workspace

Stairway to 1st Floor 

Landing 
Spacious landing with access to fully boarded loft, with loft ladder, power and lighting

Bedroom 1 
3.353m x 2.438m
Front aspect room, wall to wall wardrobes, corner unit, walk in storage/dressing area provididing ample hanging space and shelving, wall mounted radiator

Bedroom 2 
Front asepct with double aspect windows, double glazing, wall mounted radiaor

Bedroom 3 
Rear asepct room, secondary glazed windows, wall mounted radiator

Bedroom 4 
2.743m x 2.743m
Rear asepct room, double glazing, wall mounted radiator

Bathroom 
Lovely spacious room with a free standing roll top bath with gold look mixer tap, shower attachment, oversized vanity wash hand basin, rear asepct double glazed window, Velux window, fully enclosed shower unit, low level WC and bidet

Outside 

Driveway 
Proving hardstanding for 4 cars to the side and rear of the property

Garage 
Oversized with swing doors and ample workspace to rear of the buiilding. Rear access.

Grounds 
Mature, English countrty garden, extending approximately 180 feet with shrubs and tree borders. Secluded and very attractive.

Stable with feed room 
Dry stable for horse with adjoining Feed Room

4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 14 1475000Greenslade Taylor Hunt, Dorchesterrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

A detached 4 Bedroom double fronted modern village house, with driveway and double garage, enjoying countryside views quietly located in a private lane within this favoured village.
EPC band D

The Property: which is detached was built about eighteen years ago with elevations of facing brick and colour washed render under a tiled roof. Superbly located off a private drive serving just four detached houses, the house occupies a delightful situation with secluded part walled garden and fine views across the Piddle Valley to the south. The well proportioned accommodation is light and well appointed with oil fired central heating (recent new external boiler) and double glazed windows. The present vendors have upgraded the en-suite and bathroom with new sanitary ware and tiling. Thought to appeal to the active retired or a family the property provides an excellent village home in this popular part of the Piddle Valley within easy travelling distance of Dorchester, Wareham, Poole and the Coast.
The entrance porch and front door leads to the hall with oak floor and the cloakroom. The double aspect sitting room with feature fireplace and wood burning stove has casement doors to the rear garden. The dining room/kitchen is a great open plan style space with shaker style units, integrated appliances and oak floor throughout. The utility room is adjacent to the kitchen and a door from the leads to the conservatory which overlooks the rear garden. The staircase from the hall rises to the landing, master bedroom with ensuite shower room, the three further bedrooms and main bathroom.

Agents Note
The access lane is privately owned and Cowslip Cottage owns the planted border along the boundary wall. There is a charge for the maintenance of this lane.

The property is located in a peaceful rural setting on a quiet lane in the village of Tolpuddle. Lying close to the River Piddle, a well preserved chalk stream, Tolpuddle is most famous for its connection with the "Tolpuddle Martyrs." The village has a church, a pub, and village hall.

In the neighbouring village of Puddletown (approx. 2 miles) you can find primary & middle schools, doctor's surgery, a church, library and convenience store and post office. All other comprehensive facilities such as supermarkets, shops, education, leisure and entertainment can be found in the County Town of Dorchester, which is situated approximately 7 miles to the North West of the village. Dorchester has main line rail connections to London Waterloo and Bristol. Cross channel services can be found at Poole and there are also good road links with easy access to all neighbouring towns and villages.

Driveway leads to the DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE 19'3 x 18'2 with twin up and over doors, power and light, personal door to the garden. To the front planted borders and path to the Porch.
The rear garden is mainly walled for seclusion and privacy. Leading from the conservatory is a paved patio with path leading to the side of the house with tap, shed and gate to the front.
Steps and path leads through the garden to timber decking which adjoins the garage with external lighting. Leading from this is further decking with Summer House. To the rear of the summer house is a fenced storage area. The garden is lawned with planted beds and borders and being fully enclosed it is dog friendly.
From the garden there is a pedestrian gate to the drive. External oil fired boiler and oil tank.


3 Bedroom House For Sale
3 bedroom house for sale 29 1475000Goadsby, Blandfordrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

CHARACTER COTTAGE IN VILLAGE LOCATION WITH LARGE GARDEN AND BEAUTIFUL VIEWS OVER THE PIDDLE VALLEY

The village is steeped in history, famous for its association with The Tolpuddle Martyrs. Much of the village falls within a Conservation Area and, therefore, retains many of its unspoiled period properties including this one.
Tolpuddle has a strong community, with a vibrant Village Hall offering a variety of events and activities throughout the year, as well as a well-regarded Public House/Restaurant.
The village is in close proximity to Puddletown, where amenities include a Village Store, Post Office, First School and Doctors Surgery. Tolpuddle is approximately a 15 minute drive from the County Town of Dorchester, which is full of character and history offering many great places to eat and drink. Further facilities include a wide range of High Street and Independent Shops, Cinemas, Art Centre, Museums, desirable Schools, County Hospital and a mainline Railway Stations to London Waterloo and Bristol Temple Meads. The famous Jurassic coast World Heritage Site is just a short drive away.
The village offers a wide selection of bridle ways and footpaths including lovely riverside walks.


This unique flint, brick and stone cottage is incredibly deceptive with an abundance of character. Offering three double bedrooms, two receptions and a conservatory. A particular feature is the garden with views over the Piddle Valley and benefitting from a large timber framed garden studio with attached carport.

The property has been restored and maintained to an extremely high specification by the current owners and offers versatile accommodation.

Upon entering the property you are greeted by a cosy formal dining room with multi fuel stove, Gothic mullion window and feature exposed brick wall. Stairs lead to first floor. Archway leads to sitting room which also features a Gothic mullion window to front aspect and multi fuel stove and wood floor. Bifold doors open the room up to the conservatory with lovely views of the garden. French doors lead out to the patio. The kitchen can be accessed from the dining room or conservatory and has a range of country style wall and base units with integrated dishwasher, two fridges, ceramic sink and drainer with mixer tap and water softener tap. Range cooker and wood burning stove. Feature brick opening to dining room. Door leads to cloakroom and ground floor shower/utility room.



On the first floor are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Bedroom one is front aspect with Gothic mullion window and fitted wardrobes. Bedroom two has a recessed area ideal for clothes storage and window overlooking garden. Bedroom three is front aspect with Gothic style window and storage cupboard.
The family bathroom is fitted with a modern white suite comprising of basin set into storage cupboards, close coupled WC and bath. Part tiled walls and recessed shelving area.

To the side of the property is a small chapel which is partially linked. At the side of this is the gravel driveway which leads to further parking and carport. This well stocked garden spans the area of the cottage and Chapel at the rear and is laid out in three sections. The first is a sheltered patio area close to the cottage with a range of planting and gravelled area for pots. The second section widens out to a large area of lawn with fruit cages and vegetable patch and beautiful views beyond the low fence. The third area is a large terrace which overlooks the garden and is an ideal area for alfresco dining and abuts the timber framed garden studio which is 16'7 x 16'7 and would be suitable for a number of uses, currently used for entertaining. Behind lies the carport currently used as storage and log store.

We hope the photographs give a good idea of what the property offers and look forward to arranging viewings when permitted.




Sitting Room 4.88m (16'0) x 3.23m (10'7)

Dining Room 3.78m (12'5) x 3.56m (11'8)

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 3.78m (12'5) x 3.71m (12'2)

Conservatory 3.02m (9'11) x 2.87m (9'5)

Shower Room 1.65m (5'5) x 1.63m (5'4)

Bedroom 1 2.97m (9'9) to front of wardrobes x 2.67m (8'9)

Bedroom 2 3.91m (12'10) narrowing to 9'04 x 2.57m (8'5)

Bedroom 3 3.2m (10'6) narrowing to 7'08 x 3.23m (10'7)

Bathroom 2.39m (7'10) x 2.24m (7'4) narrowing to 5'05

Carport 5.59m (18'4) x 2.57m (8'5)

Garden Studio 5.05m (16'7) x 5.05m (16'7)




ALL MEASUREMENTS QUOTED ARE APPROX. AND FOR GUIDANCE ONLY. THE FIXTURES, FITTINGS & 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.
These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer or form part of any contract.
Solicitors are specifically requested to verify the details of our sales particulars in the pre-contract enquiries, in particular the price, local and other searches, in the event of a sale.

VIEWING
Strictly through the vendors agents Goadsby




DRAFT DETAILS


We are awaiting verification of these details by the seller(s).


3 Bedroom House For Sale
3 bedroom house for sale 29 1475000Goadsby - Blandfordonthemarket
CHARACTER COTTAGE IN VILLAGE LOCATION WITH LARGE GARDEN AND BEAUTIFUL VIEWS OVER THE PIDDLE VALLEY

The village is steeped in history, famous for its association with The Tolpuddle Martyrs. Much of the village falls within a Conservation Area and, therefore, retains many of its unspoiled period properties including this one.
Tolpuddle has a strong community, with a vibrant Village Hall offering a variety of events and activities throughout the year, as well as a well-regarded Public House/Restaurant.
The village is in close proximity to Puddletown, where amenities include a Village Store, Post Office, First School and Doctors Surgery. Tolpuddle is approximately a 15 minute drive from the County Town of Dorchester, which is full of character and history offering many great places to eat and drink. Further facilities include a wide range of High Street and Independent Shops, Cinemas, Art Centre, Museums, desirable Schools, County Hospital and a mainline Railway Stations to London Waterloo and Bristol Temple Meads. The famous Jurassic coast World Heritage Site is just a short drive away.
The village offers a wide selection of bridle ways and footpaths including lovely riverside walks.


This unique flint, brick and stone cottage is incredibly deceptive with an abundance of character. Offering three double bedrooms, two receptions and a conservatory. A particular feature is the garden with views over the Piddle Valley and benefitting from a large timber framed garden studio with attached carport.

The property has been restored and maintained to an extremely high specification by the current owners and offers versatile accommodation.

Upon entering the property you are greeted by a cosy formal dining room with multi fuel stove, Gothic mullion window and feature exposed brick wall. Stairs lead to first floor. Archway leads to sitting room which also features a Gothic mullion window to front aspect and multi fuel stove and wood floor. Bifold doors open the room up to the conservatory with lovely views of the garden. French doors lead out to the patio. The kitchen can be accessed from the dining room or conservatory and has a range of country style wall and base units with integrated dishwasher, two fridges, ceramic sink and drainer with mixer tap and water softener tap. Range cooker and wood burning stove. Feature brick opening to dining room. Door leads to cloakroom and ground floor shower/utility room.



On the first floor are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Bedroom one is front aspect with Gothic mullion window and fitted wardrobes. Bedroom two has a recessed area ideal for clothes storage and window overlooking garden. Bedroom three is front aspect with Gothic style window and storage cupboard.
The family bathroom is fitted with a modern white suite comprising of basin set into storage cupboards, close coupled WC and bath. Part tiled walls and recessed shelving area.

To the side of the property is a small chapel which is partially linked. At the side of this is the gravel driveway which leads to further parking and carport. This well stocked garden spans the area of the cottage and Chapel at the rear and is laid out in three sections. The first is a sheltered patio area close to the cottage with a range of planting and gravelled area for pots. The second section widens out to a large area of lawn with fruit cages and vegetable patch and beautiful views beyond the low fence. The third area is a large terrace which overlooks the garden and is an ideal area for alfresco dining and abuts the timber framed garden studio which is 16’7 x 16’7 and would be suitable for a number of uses, currently used for entertaining. Behind lies the carport currently used as storage and log store.

We hope the photographs give a good idea of what the property offers and look forward to arranging viewings when permitted.


Sitting Room 4.88m (16'0) x 3.23m (10'7)

Dining Room 3.78m (12'5) x 3.56m (11'8)

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 3.78m (12'5) x 3.71m (12'2)

Conservatory 3.02m (9'11) x 2.87m (9'5)

Shower Room 1.65m (5'5) x 1.63m (5'4)

Bedroom 1 2.97m (9'9) to front of wardrobes x 2.67m (8'9)

Bedroom 2 3.91m (12'10) narrowing to 9'04 x 2.57m (8'5)

Bedroom 3 3.2m (10'6) narrowing to 7'08 x 3.23m (10'7)

Bathroom 2.39m (7'10) x 2.24m (7'4) narrowing to 5'05

Carport 5.59m (18'4) x 2.57m (8'5)

Garden Studio 5.05m (16'7) x 5.05m (16'7)




ALL MEASUREMENTS QUOTED ARE APPROX. AND FOR GUIDANCE ONLY. THE FIXTURES, FITTINGS & 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.
These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer or form part of any contract.
Solicitors are specifically requested to verify the details of our sales particulars in the pre-contract enquiries, in particular the price, local and other searches, in the event of a sale.

VIEWING
Strictly through the vendors agents Goadsby




DRAFT DETAILS


We are awaiting verification of these details by the seller(s).

7 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
7 bedroom detached house for sale 20 1100000DOMVS - Dorchesteronthemarket
Welcome to Brookfield House, the stuff of which dreams are made.

As you meander up the garden path to the front door, this house immediately engages you. Listening to the babbling stream bordering the beautifully planted garden is just the start of enjoying this truly idyllic location.

The house originated in the 1800s, built as two cottages. It now represents a handsome, well-built home, which has been carefully restored and redesigned to ensure well-flowing accommodation. When the current owners purchased the property in 2007, they added a large extension to the rear, which sensitively increases the accommodation on both ground and first floors, and provides a truly impressive kitchen/family room leading to a hardwood conservatory, which takes in the rather special views of the garden and countryside beyond.

The 'guided tour' starts with the HALLWAY, which has stone flooring and a range of fitted cupboards to handily store coats, boots etc. (one of the cupboards also houses the pressurised hot water tank). The DINING HALL is where the magic starts; a cosy inglenook fireplace with wood burner sets the scene, and the flagstone flooring gives an indication of the character awaiting. This welcoming space is large enough to accommodate both dinner parties and social gatherings around the fire.

Flowing seamlessly from the dining hall is the KITCHEN/FAMILY ROOM. This is undoubtedly a masterpiece, with an extensive range of timber cupboards enhanced by a granite worktop. Equipment includes a five-plate induction hob with discreet extractor over, an American-style fridge/freezer, further under-counter freezer, a dishwasher, and microwave. Stone flooring with underfloor heating adds a stylish and practical note, and leads through to the impressive CONSERVATORY, accessible from both the kitchen and the sitting room. Made of hardwood, it is particularly generous in size and is perfectly positioned to enjoy the sunny aspect and views of the garden and countryside by day and a spot of star-gazing by night.

The SITTING ROOM offers yet another inglenook fireplace, this time an open fire, and exposed beams reflecting the history of the home. A single door leads from here into the conservatory, and another to the STUDY, tucked away and featuring an original bread oven and small fireplace.

Also on the ground floor is a smart, contemporary CLOAKROOM and a UTILITY ROOM with further timber storage units and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. A door opens from here to the rear courtyard.

Rising to the FIRST FLOOR, there are five bedrooms (two of which have an en-suite facility) and a family bathroom. The MASTER BEDROOM has a small balcony onto which you can step and enjoy views across the countryside, deer-spotting and watching the sun going down. An extensive walk-in wardrobe provides plentiful hanging and storage space. The EN-SUITE BATH/SHOWER ROOM is luxuriously appointed, with a jacuzzi-style bath, vanity unit with wash-hand basin, WC, bidet and separate shower with body jets. Atmospheric lighting adds to the sense of a relaxing retreat.

BEDROOM TWO is a large room with its own access to the ground floor via a spiral staircase, and a Juliet balcony enjoying the views. Adjacent is BEDROOM THREE, which has an en-suite shower room and is a duplex room with a second floor - potentially the perfect teenage snug. Both these rooms are arranged in such a way they could create a self-contained unit if required. BEDROOMS FOUR and FIVE can each accommodate a double bed, and one benefits from a fitted wardrobe and under-eaves storage.

From the first floor landing, a staircase leads to the SECOND FLOOR and two further bedrooms. BEDROOM SIX has an EN-SUITE BATHROOM with bath, WC and basin, and BEDROOM SEVEN is currently used as a games room.

Outside
Set in grounds of circa TWO ACRES, the house is encircled by landscaped gardens and bordered by a stream, which adds life and interest to the expert planting. A decked area immediately outside the conservatory is cantilevered over the stream and creates the perfect setting for entertaining. As with all well-designed gardens, this is a garden which entices you to explore, taking you through lushly covered pergolas, guiding you to another decked area over a bridge, and finally leading you to an open field at the rear overlooked by the DETACHED BARN/GARAGING. This substantial outbuilding was constructed by the current owners and is built with insulated walls and roof. With considerable ground floor space and two rooms above, it is well able to accommodate a number of vehicles and would, subject to planning, make an outstanding annexe; a truly versatile space.

Also within the garden are two greenhouses, a log store and a productive vegetable area. A timber shed houses the pump for the privately installed borehole, which supplies water to the property. Electric gates give access straight to the rear of the plot where the barn is positioned, but it should also be noted that, from the lane, there is a separate drive to the front of the house and another DOUBLE GARAGE.

Location
Brookfield House sits in an extraordinarily tranquil location with far-reaching views, tucked away on the outskirts of Dewlish and surrounded by some of Dorset's most beautiful countryside. Dewlish enjoys an active village life served by a village hall, public house and church, with many well-regarded schools close at hand. Local amenities include a doctor's surgery, first school and shop/post office in Puddletown (approx. 3.5 miles), and renowned public school - with facilities open to the public - and village shop in Milton Abbas (approx. 2 miles). Dewlish also falls within the catchment area of well-regarded Thomas Hardye School in Dorchester.

Directions
From Dorchester, take the A35 east towards the Puddletown by-pass. Leave the by-pass for the A354 Blandford Forum. At the roundabout, take a sharp left signposted Cheselbourne and Dewlish, followed by the first right. Proceed along, turning right at the left-hand bend signposted Dewlish. Continue along this road, passing the manor house and entering the village of Dewlish. Pass the public house on the left-hand side, and continue for about 1/4 of a mile. As you go around a left-hand bend, you will note a minor (adopted) road on your right, which leads to the property. Go past the Mill House, after which the property can be found slightly further on on your right.

Five beds and three baths on first floor, two further beds and bathroom on second floor
Outstanding kitchen/family room and generous conservatory
Large, two-floor, detached barn
Double garage and considerable parking
Circa two acres
3 Bedroom House For Sale
3 bedroom house for sale 29 1475000Goadsby, Dorchesterrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

CHARACTER COTTAGE IN VILLAGE LOCATION WITH LARGE GARDEN AND BEAUTIFUL VIEWS OVER THE PIDDLE VALLEY

The village is steeped in history, famous for its association with The Tolpuddle Martyrs. Much of the village falls within a Conservation Area and, therefore, retains many of its unspoiled period properties including this one.
Tolpuddle has a strong community, with a vibrant Village Hall offering a variety of events and activities throughout the year, as well as a well-regarded Public House/Restaurant.
The village is in close proximity to Puddletown, where amenities include a Village Store, Post Office, First School and Doctors Surgery. Tolpuddle is approximately a 15 minute drive from the County Town of Dorchester, which is full of character and history offering many great places to eat and drink. Further facilities include a wide range of High Street and Independent Shops, Cinemas, Art Centre, Museums, desirable Schools, County Hospital and a mainline Railway Stations to London Waterloo and Bristol Temple Meads. The famous Jurassic coast World Heritage Site is just a short drive away.
The village offers a wide selection of bridle ways and footpaths including lovely riverside walks.


This unique flint, brick and stone cottage is incredibly deceptive with an abundance of character. Offering three double bedrooms, two receptions and a conservatory. A particular feature is the garden with views over the Piddle Valley and benefitting from a large timber framed garden studio with attached carport.

The property has been restored and maintained to an extremely high specification by the current owners and offers versatile accommodation.

Upon entering the property you are greeted by a cosy formal dining room with multi fuel stove, Gothic mullion window and feature exposed brick wall. Stairs lead to first floor. Archway leads to sitting room which also features a Gothic mullion window to front aspect and multi fuel stove and wood floor. Bifold doors open the room up to the conservatory with lovely views of the garden. French doors lead out to the patio. The kitchen can be accessed from the dining room or conservatory and has a range of country style wall and base units with integrated dishwasher, two fridges, ceramic sink and drainer with mixer tap and water softener tap. Range cooker and wood burning stove. Feature brick opening to dining room. Door leads to cloakroom and ground floor shower/utility room.



On the first floor are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Bedroom one is front aspect with Gothic mullion window and fitted wardrobes. Bedroom two has a recessed area ideal for clothes storage and window overlooking garden. Bedroom three is front aspect with Gothic style window and storage cupboard.
The family bathroom is fitted with a modern white suite comprising of basin set into storage cupboards, close coupled WC and bath. Part tiled walls and recessed shelving area.

To the side of the property is a small chapel which is partially linked. At the side of this is the gravel driveway which leads to further parking and carport. This well stocked garden spans the area of the cottage and Chapel at the rear and is laid out in three sections. The first is a sheltered patio area close to the cottage with a range of planting and gravelled area for pots. The second section widens out to a large area of lawn with fruit cages and vegetable patch and beautiful views beyond the low fence. The third area is a large terrace which overlooks the garden and is an ideal area for alfresco dining and abuts the timber framed garden studio which is 16'7 x 16'7 and would be suitable for a number of uses, currently used for entertaining. Behind lies the carport currently used as storage and log store.

We hope the photographs give a good idea of what the property offers and look forward to arranging viewings when permitted.




Sitting Room 4.88m (16'0) x 3.23m (10'7)

Dining Room 3.78m (12'5) x 3.56m (11'8)

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 3.78m (12'5) x 3.71m (12'2)

Conservatory 3.02m (9'11) x 2.87m (9'5)

Shower Room 1.65m (5'5) x 1.63m (5'4)

Bedroom 1 2.97m (9'9) to front of wardrobes x 2.67m (8'9)

Bedroom 2 3.91m (12'10) narrowing to 9'04 x 2.57m (8'5)

Bedroom 3 3.2m (10'6) narrowing to 7'08 x 3.23m (10'7)

Bathroom 2.39m (7'10) x 2.24m (7'4) narrowing to 5'05

Carport 5.59m (18'4) x 2.57m (8'5)

Garden Studio 5.05m (16'7) x 5.05m (16'7)




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4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 14 1435000Domvs, Dorchesterrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Entrance canopy and front door opens into a welcoming ENTRANCE HALL, and sets the stage for the contemporary interior, with downlighting and stairs rising to the first of three floors with feature polished timber handrail and glazed balustrade.

Ffrom the hall doors to the particularly light and airy SITTING ROOM with feature bay window overlooking the side garden towards “The Green” - rich in wildlife. Bi fold doors invite the garden in and provide aspect and generous access out onto the large paved patio and the enclosed gardens. CLOAKROOM with fully tiled walls, vanity unit and low level wc suite and heated towel rail. The KITCHEN/DINING ROOM once again offers plentiful natural light with front aspect window and further bay to the side, and door to side. A well appointed comprehensive range of country style wall mounted and low level cupboards. Quartz work surfaces, fitted gas hob with oven under. Additional shelving for both storage and display, the room provides for a sizable dining table.

On the FIRST FLOOR LANDING is the airing cupboard and an additional double doored built in cupboard providing further storage and conveniently having plumbing and space for both washing machine and dryer. Doors to the guest bedroom suite BEDROOM TWO enjoying a dual aspect to front and side, again over “The Green” The bedroom has fitted wardrobe with twin mirror fronted gliding doors. ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM pleasing suite comprising wc, vanity unit with wash hand basin, shower, and fully tiled walls. BEDROOM 3: once again enjoying a double aspect to side and rear, this additional double bedroom has fitted wardrobe with twin mirror fronted gliding doors. BEDROOM FOUR currently utilised as a study is a single room having a rear aspect. Completing the first-floor accommodation is the FAMILY BATHROOM which includes a panelled bath with shower over wc. and wash hand basin.

Rising to the second floor LANDING with window and door to the MASTER BEDROOM SUITE having front aspect window and velux style window, fitted mirror fronted wardrobe, and benefiting from a particularly luxurious ENSUITE BATH/SHOWER ROOM with panelled bath with hand shower attachment, fully enclosed shower cubicle, vanity unit with wash hand basin, heated towel rail, fully tiled walls and flooring, with window to rear and velux style window.

Outside
To the front of the property which has pleasing brick and flint elevations is the driveway and parking area. The side and rear gardens can be approached from either side of the house. The garden is fully enclosed by either panelled fencing or brick walling. There is an extensive paved patio for entertaining alfresco or simply relaxing and enjoying the gardens with the Bi fold doors to the Sitting room. The remainder of the garden is largely arranged to lawn and beds, with the additional of a timber garden shed together with a timber garden chalet with power

Location
Located in this highly regarded and sought after Village, lying approximately 5 miles distant of the County Town, Puddletown forms a “ Hub” for various villages and hamlets nearby due to it’s plentiful facilities, including doctor’s surgery, village shop, post office, public house, and vet. In addition, excellent first and middle schools feeding into the acclaimed Thomas Hardy School I nearby Dorchester.

Directions
From DOMVS' Dorchester office, proceed down High West Street and follow the road out of Dorchester and over the bridge. At the roundabout, turn left onto the A35. Exit the by-pass at the junction indicating Puddletown and Tolpuddle, and follow signs into Puddletown. At the traffic lights, go straight on and proceed for about 150 yards before turning right into Butt Close just after the library. The property can be found a short way into the close.


Room Measurements 
Please refer to floor plan

Local Authority 
Dorset (West Dorset) Council. Tax band E

Services 
Mains drainage, gas and electric.

Tenure 
Freehold

Lettings 
Our Lettings Department is available to provide experienced assistance should this be relevant with your purchase

Important Notice 
DOMVS and their Clients give notice that: they have no authority to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to the property. These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary Planning, Building Regulation or other consents, and Domvs have not tested any services, equipment, or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise. DOMVS is a member of The Property Ombudsman scheme and subscribe to The Property Ombudsman Code of Practice.

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