Idyllic Grade II Listed Cottage set in 0.35 acres and located in the heart of this sought after village. Detached Garage, Extensive Driveway Parking and Separate Thatched Store.
Entrance Hall, Sitting Room with Inglenook Fireplace, Dining Room with Inglenook Fireplace, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Study/Bedroom 4 with Cloakroom, Master Bedroom and 2 further Bedrooms together with Family Bath and Shower Room. Detached Garage and Separate Thatched Store.
Enjoying Landscaped Gardens & Grounds of 0.35 acres, this Charming Detached Cottage offers 2 Generously Proportioned Reception Rooms and 3/4 Bedrooms, one of which is located on the Ground Floor with Cloakroom off. It has a wealth of period features including two Inglenook Fireplaces and a pretty Thatched Store in the Garden. Detached Garage/Workshop and Extensive Driveway Parking.
The Property and its History: Grade II Listed and steeped in history this charming thatched cottage is notated on the Images of England website as formerly listed as the Post Office. It is thought that the detached Thatched Store was in times gone by the outside convenience and internally the cottage boasts a wealth of period features including Inglenook Fireplaces in the generously proportioned Sitting Room and Dining Room both of which are dual aspect. Other features include leaded light windows and exposed beam work. The more modern Kitchen/Breakfast Room was added in the 1980ís and the current owners are currently pursuing a Planning Application with North Dorset District Council to extent this area of the Cottage. It has a modern Bath and Shower Room and Ground Floor Cloakroom off the Study/Bedroom 4. Externally, it is approached via a private driveway to a large parking and turning area in front of the Garage/Workshop. The Landscaped Gardens and Grounds surround the cottage and beyond the garden are views of the village and surrounding countryside, which has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The Village: Tarrant Monkton a much sought after village in the Tarrant Valley. A picture postcard village with an array of thatched cottages, pretty Parish Church, well renowned Inn and active Village Hall it offers a thriving community life. The River Tarrant which runs through the village is crossed by a Ford with Pack Bridge at one end of the village.
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, via the A303/M3 or M27/M3.
THIS IS A MUST VIEW PROPERTY TO APPRECIATE THE EXTENSIVE ACCOMMODATION AND LOCATION.