A charming detached stone house located in the heart of this ever popular village.
Dairy House is believed to have origins in the early 1800s with a further extension about 100 years later and is built of stone elevations under a pitched slate roof.
Internally the house has lovely characterful accommodation with the front door opening into a hall with staircase to the first floor. The main family living area is a lovely open space with the sitting room having a large stone fireplace with solid wooden bressumer, dual aspect and opening to the kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen has an oil fired Rayburn, range of wall mounted and floor standing units, electric oven and grill, solid wooden work surfaces and larder. Beyond the kitchen is a utility room with a sink, space and plumbing for appliances and a back door to outside. The dining room is a lovely formal room with a fireplace and double doors to the study which opens to the terrace.
From the hall the stairs lead to the landing with the master bedroom being over 16' square and a super dual aspect room with fitted wardrobes. There are two further bedrooms and two bath / shower rooms.
Outside there is parking to the side of the house with the gardens surrounding the house.
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Stourton Caundle is a charming village nestled in the heart of the Dorset countryside. Within the village there is the recently re-opened popular Trooper Inn public house and an active village hall and church. Just 2 miles down the road is Stalbridge, with an excellent array of shops, including Dikes supermarket, a butcher, post office and dentist. Sturminster Newton is about 6 miles distant and the delightful Abbey town of Sherborne is 7 miles away, and offers a further range of boutique shops, two supermarkets, sports facilities, excellent schools and direct rail links to London Waterloo.