A little bit about Henbury House Gardens
A charming courtyard style end of terrace cottage within this popular and rural development offering three bedrooms and a secure garage.
The homes of Henbury House Gardens are approached through the central portico of the timber-trussed cart shed which forms covered garaging, the thirty-one cottages are grouped in pairs and short terraces within a pattern of courtyards and lanes which include existing trees and the mellow brick of the old walled garden. Lawns and bushes intersperse the landscape whilst to the south is the entrance to the Woodland Walk. The accommodation comprises a quaint reception room which extends across the rear elevation with a feature fire place and exposed sleeper lintel. A modernised kitchen which incorporates quartz solid stone working surfaces, together with all of your essential appliances and the addition of the conservatory, with under floor heating. This provides a great location for dining and entertaining all year round. On the first floor is the master bedroom with en suite shower and the second bedroom. Unique to this property is a further staircase leading to the third bedroom which offers a larger footprint than the standard houses found in Henbury House Gardens.
Gardens and Grounds
The front of the property is paved with shallow steps leading to a fully enclosed double glazed porch with utility cupboard and main front door. There is a raised rockery area, with established ornate plants. There is an outside tap. The rear garden is immaculately presented with an attractive water feature, the remaining garden is laid to decorative paving and side access is provided via a wooden gate.
The village of Sturminster Marshall offers good local facilities including a village shop/post office, pharmacy, primary school, two pubs, church, active village hall. There is also a small 9 hole golf course and children's Golf Academy. More extensive shopping, business and recreational facilities can be found in Wimborne, about 5 miles, and in Blandford, about 9 miles, and the larger centres of Poole and Bournemouth are both easily accessible. Golf is at Blandford, Broadstone, Parkstone, Rushmore and Remedy Oak (near Horton), with sailing and water sports at Poole, Weymouth and along the World Heritage designated Dorset Jurassic coastline. Communications are excellent with mainline rail services from Poole or Salisbury to London (Waterloo) and the M3 joined from the M27 providing easy access to London.