An attractive period stone semi-detached cottage situated within a short walk of the village shop and church. This individual and very charming cottage has been in the same family for many years and was converted from a former farm building. Although the property requires updating throughout there is the opportunity to create a home to your own taste and style. There is the benefit of double glazed windows throughout, open fireplace, feature curved walls and a delightful sunny aspect garden.
LOCATION: Henstridge is a large residential village in the lovely Blackmore Vale on the Somerset/Dorset border with easy access to the A30 and the A303. The village has a parish church, primary school, a village store/post office, two inns, restaurant and bus services. Stalbridge, one mile, Templecombe two miles with main line station (Waterloo approximately two hours), Wincanton six miles, Sherborne six miles with excellent schooling, Shaftesbury ten miles and Yeovil eleven miles.
UPVC half glazed front door to:
ENCLOSED ENTRANCE PORCH: Double glazed windows to side aspect, ceiling light, coat hooks and half glazed door to:
HALLWAY: Useful understairs cupboard with shelving and doors to kitchen and living room.
LIVING ROOM: 12'10" x 10'8" Dual aspect double glazed window to front and rear aspects with deep display window sill. Reconstituted stone fireplace, ceiling light, electric storage heater and stairs to first floor.
KITCHEN: 10'10" x 7'6" (approximately) One wall is curved making an interesting feature. Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with cupboard below, range of wall and base units with working surface over, electric cooker point, plumbing for washing machine, ceiling light, power points and double glazed window overlooking the rear garden.
From the living room stairs with half landing to first floor with double glazed window overlooking the garden.
BEDROOM 1: 13'1" (max) x 10'10" Double glazed windows with deep display window sills and outlook over front garden, open fronted wardrobes with hanging rail and shelf, electric heater, power point and ceiling light.
BATHROOM: Feature curved wall, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, panelled bath with electric shower over, shower screen, airing cupboard housing hot water tank, tiled to splash prone areas, ceiling light and shaver point.
The cottage is approached over the neighbouring cottage to a timber gate that opens to a paved seating area and the front door. To the other side of the porch there is a further paved seating area. Central steps rise to the main body of the garden, which is laid to lawn with shrub and flower beds. The garden is of good proportions, enjoying a sunny aspect with views of the church and enclosed in part by old stone walling and timber fencing.
SERVICES: Mains water, electricity, drainage and telephone all subject to the usual utility regulations.
COUNCIL TAX BAND: A
VIEWING: Strictly by appointment through the agents.