A Rare Gem! Detached 3 Reception Room, 5 Bedroom Period Village House with Detached Stable Block/Converted into Studio Office, Games Room & Store, Detached Garage Block with Store Room and Separate Log Store, the whole set in 0.50 acres of beautifully Landscaped Gardens & Grounds.BrochureFloor Plan 1
A Rare Gem! Detached 3 Reception Room, 5 Bedroom Period Village House with Detached Stable Block/Converted into Studio Office, Games Room & Store, Detached Garage Block with Store Room and Separate Log Store, the whole set in 0.50 acres of beautifully Landscaped Gardens & Grounds.
Entrance Hall and Inner Hall, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Snug/Study, Aga Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room and Cloakroom. 2 Principle Bedrooms, 2 further Bedrooms and Nursery Room, Family Bathroom, and 2 Shower Rooms. Detached Brick and Flint Garage Block, Store Room and Log Store. Gravelled Driveway with parking for a large number of cars. Detached Period Brick and Flint Stable Block; Games Room, Store Room and First Floor Office/Studio Beautifully Landscaped Gardens and Grounds. The Village: The property enjoys wonderful views from the driveway up towards the pretty village church. Tarrant Hinton is a popular village on the eastern edge of Cranborne Chase surrounded by lovely rolling countryside that is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The property lies within the Conservation Area of the village but is not listed. Although the four Tarrant villages at this end of the valley (Gunville, Hinton, Launceston and Monkton) are very rural, they are by no means isolated and there is a thriving community in the village and valley as a whole. There is a church, busy village hall and a rather good wine shop on the edge of the village with the renowned Langton Arms Inn located in Tarrant Monkton just a mile and a half up the valley. Tarrant Gunville has a well-stocked Farm Shop. Communication: Blandford Forum is some 6 miles away to the north east and Wimborne Minster is some 9 miles away. The larger conurbations of Poole and Bournemouth area easily accessible by road. Salisbury has a mainline railway station with regular services to London Waterloo and the West Country as well as many other destinations. Road links to London are via the A303/M3 or M27/M3. There is a private airfield at Compton Abbas and national and international flights are available from Southampton and Bournemouth International Airports. Leisure: Surrounded by glorious countryside walking, cycling and riding are favourites with some of the locals, as is gardening. Pilates, Yoga, Short Mat Bowls and a Community Dining Club are just some of the activities that have been or are available in the Village Hall. There is golf at Blandford and Rushmore Park, Tollard Royal, sailing and watersports on the coast at Poole and Bournemouth and numerous other venues are available in the area to participate in your chosen sport or leisure activity. Education: The area is well known for its private schools which include Clayesmore, the Sherborne Schools, Bryanston, Millfield, Port Regis and Canford.