Dorchester Road, Frampton, Dorchester DT2


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Cider Cottage is an attractive attached property, nestled on a private no through lane, within a secluded select development of only three architect designed properties.

Traditionally built of brick and flint under a slate tiled roof, the property offers flexible and spacious accommodation. Backing onto open fields the property enjoys enviable countryside views.

Upon entering the property, there is a large hall which is also used as a dining room. From the hall is the generous sized kitchen/breakfast room with tiled flooring, a range of floor and wall mounted units, an island and a range cooker. Off the kitchen there is a separate utility room which has additional storage along with space and plumbing for white goods. There is also access to the integral garage from the utility room.

The sitting room is bright and spacious with a feature fireplace with tiled hearth and wood burning stove. A set of French doors open out to the garden and frame the view over the open fields beyond.

A cloakroom is also located on the ground floor.

Returning to the dining hall and stairs rise to the first floor landing with doors leading to the four bedrooms and family bathroom.

The master bedroom is a particular feature of the house with an en-suite shower room, vaulted ceiling and a Juliet balcony taking in the lovely views over the surrounding countryside.

To the rear is a level and enclosed garden, mainly laid to lawn with a patio abutting the rear of the house. At the front of the property there is parking for a number of vehicles.

The property is situated in Frampton, tucked away from the road, sitting quietly at the end of a no through road.

The beautiful rolling countryside surrounds the property and is well interspersed with footpaths and bridleways, giving access to many areas of outstanding beauty.

Frampton is only a short distance from Maiden Newton which is well served by local amenities including a selection of shops, first school, doctor's surgery, petrol station with store, public house, restaurant, village hall and railway station on the Weymouth/Dorchester to Bath/Bristol Temple Meads line.

Dorchester, the county town, is about 6 miles with the county hospital, well regarded schooling and leisure facilities. The town offers a good range of independent and national retailers and the recent ongoing development at Brewery Square offers a great range of restaurants, cinema and shops.

The major centres of Dorchester, Bridport, Yeovil and Sherborne are all readily accessible. Dorchester South and West train stations provide services to London Waterloo and Bristol Temple Meads respectively. Another mainline rail station is at Yeovil Junction with road links placed jointly on the A30 and A37

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