Immaculately presented Period Stone Mid Terrace Cottage that offers surprisingly extensive and versatile accommodation including 2 Reception Rooms, 3 Bedrooms and Charming Part Walled Garden with Stone and Brick Studio and Summerhouse. A MUST VIEW PROPERTY TO APPRECIATE ITS TARDIS LIKE NATURE.BrochureFloor Plan 1
Immaculately presented Period Stone Mid Terrace Cottage that offers surprisingly extensive and versatile accommodation including 2 Reception Rooms, 3 Bedrooms and Charming Part Walled Garden with Stone and Brick Studio and Summerhouse. A MUST VIEW PROPERTY TO APPRECIATE ITS TARDIS LIKE NATURE.
The Village: Marnhull is one of the largest villages in England and has a thriving community life with a primary school, three churches, two inns, doctors' surgery and dispensary. There are numerous clubs and societies which are based in the village and the nearby town of Sturminster Newton also boasts an active community centre providing a range of cultural and educational facilities. Marnhull is celebrated in Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbevilles as Marlot and the views around the village will leave you in no doubt as to why the Blackmore Vale was so close to his heart. The Property: According to the Marnhull Book “A Dorset Village at the Millennium” this Terrace of Cottages was built in the late 17th Century as one complete property and garden. Subsequently divided into 4 properties the layout to the rear is not without its foibles. However, ceiling heights throughout are good and the front elevation belies the extent and spacious nature of the accommodation this cottage has to offer. This property is a true Tardis and whilst boasting an array of period features it more than meets the requirements of 21st century living. Presented in immaculate order throughout it boasts a modern and well fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room with integrated appliances, ground floor Cloakroom, Sitting Room with Inglenook fireplace with inset Stove and Conservatory/Dining Room. On the First Floor is the Principle Bedroom and Family Bathroom together with a further Double Bedroom. A staircase then leads to the 2nd Floor and Attic Room which the current owners and previous owners have used as a Bedroom, it has extensive exposed beamwork, Velux Window and offers far reaching views of the surrounding area. Outside there is a Stone Studio with tiled roof which benefits from electric storage heater, power and light and offers potential for a number of uses. To the rear of the Cottage is a raised terrace and what can nearly be described as a secret garden with good sized area of lawn, summerhouse and seating area. It should be noted that the the owners of the adjoining cottage have what can only be described as a charming covered right of way to their garden which is to the rear of our Cottage's garden. External elevations of the cottage are of Marnhull Stone under a slate roof. Located as it is in the Conservation Area of the village and so the property offers ease of access to village shops and amenities. A quintessential village cottage which must be viewed to appreciate the extent and versatility of the accommodation on offer. Entrance Hall Sitting Room with open Fireplace and Inset Multi Fuel Stove Dining Room/Conservatory Cloakroom Well fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room First Floor: 2 Double Bedrooms and Family Bathroom Attic Room/Bedroom 3 Stone and Brick Studio/Outhouse with power, light and heating. Suitable for a number of uses. Part Walled Garden with Summerhouse. Double Glazed throughout Gas Fired Central Heating via a Combi Boiler NO FORWARD CHAIN.