A fantastic chance to purchase a very special detached chalet style home with four double sized bedrooms and brought to the market for the first time in thirty three years. This delightful home enjoys a tranquil location down a no through lane, boasting some splendid views over the Blackmore Vale and the river Stour and sits in grounds extending to about one and a third of an acre yet is within a short walk to the centre of one of Dorset's popular market towns. The property offers flexible accommodation that will certainly meet many potential buyers' needs and must be viewed to truly appreciate the size, layout and its position. Over the years the property has benefited from some double glazing, the addition of a porch, second garage, shed and summerhouse and greenhouse/conservatory. The gas fired central heating boiler was replaced in March 2020. This lovely home provides comfortable accommodation with scope to further enhance and mark it with one's own stamp and has plenty of room to extend. An early viewing is highly advisable to avoid missing out on owning this wonderful home.
Ground Floor -
Porch And Reception Hall - Part glazed uPVC front door opens into a good sized useful porch with windows to the front and side. Ceiling light. Tiled floor. Part glazed door to the reception hall. Ceiling lights with decorative roses. Smoke detector. Coved. Radiator. Power and telephone points. Stairs rising to the first floor with recess under, opening to the inner hall and doors to both bedrooms, kitchen/breakfast room and to the:-
Sitting Room - 4.98m'' x 6.99m'' (16'4'' x 22'11'') - Maximum measurements. Boasting a double outlook with window to the side and to the rear with view over the garden to the countryside beyond. A glazed door opens to the rear sun terrace. Ceiling light with decorative rose and wall lights. Two radiators. Power and television points. Open fireplace with timber mantel and stone slip. White panelled door to the:-
Dining Room - 3.33m'' x 4.22m'' (10'11'' x 13'10'') - Window overlooking the front garden. Ceiling light with decorative rose. Radiator. Power points. White panelled door to the kitchen/breakfast room and glazed door to the:-
Greenhouse/Conservatory - 3.78m'' x 2.39m'' (12'5'' x 7'10'') - Of glass construction with a tiled floor. Sliding doors open to the rear onto a paved seating area to the side of the property. Wall light. Power points.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 3.28m'' x 4.60m'' (10'9'' x 15'1'') - Window overlooking the front garden and stable door opening to the front. Ceiling light. Coved. Carbon monoxide detector. Radiator. Power points. Wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler. Fitted with a range of wood fronted kitchen units consisting of floor cupboards - some with drawers and corner carousels, open ended display shelves, pull out larder unit and eye level cupboards and shelves. Tiled work surface and splash back. Stainless steel sink and drainer with swan neck mixer tap. Integrated fridge/freezer. Space for slot in cooker. Space and plumbing for a dishwasher. Pantry with obscured glazed window to the front, fitted with shelves and tiled shelf. Vinyl flooring.
Inner Hall, Utility And Cloakroom - Inner Hall - Ceiling light. Coved. Coat hooks. Radiator. Part tiled walls. White panelled door to the cloakroom and part glazed door to the utility room.
Utility Room - High level window into the porch and part glazed door opening to the rear garden. Ceiling light. Power points. Freestanding sink and tap. Space and plumbing for a washing machine.
Cloakroom- Obscured glazed window to the side elevation. Ceiling light. Radiator. Wall mounted mirror. Part tiled walls. WC and corner wash hand basin. Vinyl flooring.
Master Bedroom - 4.60m'' x 3.63m'' (15'1'' x 11'11'') - Window with outlook over the rear garden and countryside views in the distance and high level window to the side. Ceiling light. Coved. Radiator. Power points. Built in wardrobes with hanging rails, shelves and overhead storage. Door to the:-
En-Suite Shower Room - Window to the rear with tiled sill and rural views. Recessed ceiling lights. Extractor fan. Fitted with a vanity style wash hand basin with mono tap, low level WC with economy flush facility and concealed cistern plus a large tiled shower cubicle. Heated towel rail. Part tiled walls. Tiled floor.
Bedroom Three - 3.28m'' x 4.04m'' (10'9'' x 13'3'') - Currently used as a study - Window with view over the front garden and high level window to the side. Ceiling light. Coved. Radiator. Power and telephone points. Built in cupboard with shelves and overhead storage.
First Floor -
Landing - Stairs rise up to a part galleried landing with window to the front. Ceiling lights. Coved. Power points. Doors to eaves storage and step up from the stairs to a walk in airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and fitted with slatted shelves and a door to a store room, which in turn has eaves access.
Bedroom Two - 4.55m'' x 3.25m'' (14'11'' x 10'8'') - Window to the side with countryside views. Ceiling light. Coved. Radiator. Power points. A range of built in wardrobes with hanging rails. Access to eaves storage.
Bedroom Four - 4.62m'' x 3.53m'' (15'2'' x 11'7'') - Maximum measurements. Window with outlook over the rear garden and splendid views of the Blackmore Vale countryside. Ceiling and wall lights. Coved. Radiator. Power points. Two built in wardrobes with hanging rails.
Bathroom - Window to the side elevation. Ceiling and wall light. Part coved. Radiator. Fitted with a suite consisting of floating wash hand basin with mixer tap, low level WC with concealed cistern and bath with mixer tap and telephone style shower attachment. Wall mounted mirror. Tiled walls and floor.
The Garages - 5.74m'' x 5.16m'' double (18'9"'' x 16'11"'' doubl - Single - 6.43 m x 2.84 m - 21'1'' x 9'4''- Both garages benefit from light and power and have personal doors either to the side or rear. There is parking for at least four cars on the tarmacadam drive.
The Grounds - The property sits in grounds extending to about one and a third of an acre and enjoys good privacy and a sunny aspect. There is an allotment opposite the drive with greenhouse, formal garden stocked with a variety of trees,shrubs and flowers to the front of the property and a summerhouse to one side of the drive. To the rear of the chalet there is a paved seating area with a canopy and steps leading down to the lawn. The remaining garden is terraced with an orchard and woodland area leading down to the river.
From The Sturminster Newton Office - Leave Sturminster via Bath Road heading towards Gillingham. Continue through the traffic lights and take the first turning left into White Lane Close. At the end turn left where the property will be found a short distance down the lane on the right hand side.