Quintessential semi detached English Country Cottage that has been sympathetically restored and updated to provide sumptuous accommodation.
Sitting Room with Inglenook Fireplace and inset stove, Ground Floor Cloak/Shower Room, bespoke Fitted Kitchen with integrated appliances, Spacious Bedroom and Ensuite Bathroom with slipper bath on ball and claw feet. Part walled Landscaped Front and Rear Gardens and Storage Area.
Location: 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 from the property and around the village will leave you in no doubt as to why the Blackmore Vale was so close to his heart.