Back Lane, Sturminster Marshall

£450,000
  • Ref: 26886310
  • Type: Cottage
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 4
  • Council Tax Band: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

A Grade II listed, four bedroom detached, thatched cottage located in the quintessential village of Sturminster Marshall, with garden and parking.

Property Features

  • Four bedrooms
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Study and Hobby Room
  • 18th Century Cottage
  • Period features
  • Village location
  • Gas fired heating
  • Parking for five cars

Full Details

Property Description
This delightfully presented, traditional thatched cottage sits in the heart of Sturminster Marshall and comprises an entrance hall with staircase leading to the first floor. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of units with Smeg range cooker, integrated dishwasher and space for a washing machine and has delightful views overlooking the rear garden. Off the kitchen is a hallway for multi-purpose use as a family room, boot room or work room which leads to a study. The sitting and dining rooms have original cast iron fireplaces and over the front door to the property sits the original beam from Nelson's ship. The ground floor bathroom has a free standing, roll top bath, wash hand basin, wc and cupboard for the gas boiler. The first floor bedroom has loft access, with two further bedrooms that interlink with each other.

Gardens and Grounds
The enclosed garden is westerly facing with a large paved terrace with steps leading up to a raised lawn, with some established trees, shrubs and roses and has a greenhouse and a timber shed. The property is full of character and charm and has good ceiling heights throughout. There is a parking space for five vehicles, or secure parking for a motorhome/caravan.

Location
The village of Sturminster Marshall offers good local facilities including a village shop/post office, pharmacy, primary school, two pubs, church, village green and playground and 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. The property enjoys walk in the surrounding countryside and along the river banks of the Stour. The home is located near to a maypole green.