Quietly located this 3 Reception Room, 3 Bedroom versatile Detached Chalet Bungalow enjoys a Generous Plot of approximately 0.20 acres and glorious Landscaped Gardens to the Front and Rear Elevations.
Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Conservatory, Ground Floor Cloaks/Shower Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Spacious Family Bathroom and 3 Bedrooms. Single Garage, Carport, Generous Driveway Parking. Double Glazed throughout and having Gas Central Heating.
Marnhull is one of the largest villages in England and has a thriving community life with a primary school, three churches, two inns and 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 of the surrounding countryside will leave you in no doubt as to why the Blackmore Vale was so close to his heart.
Enjoys a substantial plot of approximately 0.20 acres within this quietly located cul de sac which is close to the heart of the village and affords views of the Parish Church. The property was purchased by our vendors in 2007 and since that time they have created and enhanced the grounds with well thought out landscaping. To the front elevation this includes a mixture of hard and soft landscaping with gentle pathways leading around the lawn with specimen trees, shrubs, perennial and herbaceous plants, providing colour and interest throughout the seasons. This then opens out onto a gravelled area to the front of the property which has a more Mediterranean feel with alpines and shrubs giving a splash of colour and making it the perfect place to sit and enjoy the tranquillity of this charming cul de sac.
The property offers generous driveway parking with 5 bar gate and personnel gate leading to the large carport in front of the Garage and Workshop. It has brick elevations under a tiled roof and is part of a now mature development of properties on the edge of the older part of the village.
To the rear elevation the gardens are secluded and beautifully presented with seating areas almost arranged as rooms with one being a raised decked area whilst another has more of a sunken garden feel. There is a water feature to the side of the garage and productive vegetable garden to the rear with Greenhouse and Garden storage.
Internally the property is presented in good order throughout with light, spacious and versatile accommodation, including a separate Dining Room, Sitting Room with open fireplace and double doors that open onto the Conservatory which overlooks the rear garden. The three Bedrooms are all of generous proportions and two of them offer potential to create ensuite facilities, if required. There is a spacious Family Bathroom, Ground Floor Cloaks/Shower Room, Utility Room and well fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room with breakfast bar and integrated appliances.
This is a very well presented and versatile village house which must be viewed to be appreciated.