Dorchester Road, Maiden Newton, Dorchester, Dorset DT2

£300,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
This attractive Victorian property is within the conservation area of this popular village. The property is within walking distance of the village pub, amenities and the beautiful surrounding countryside.

From immediately entering the property, the reception room is a charming space fitted with a wood burning stove and original flagstone flooring.

The kitchen/dining area continues with character features with slate flooring, exposed brickwork and beams.

The kitchen has a range of floor and wall mounted units, along with space for a dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer; there is also an electric hob, oven and grill.

Adjacent to the kitchen area there is also a downstairs w/c and wash-hand basin.

Stairs give rise to the first floor landing, which leads to the sitting room/bedroom with double windows enjoying views to the front of the property, together with a cast iron open fire.

The family bathroom has a white suite comprising; bath with electric shower over, w/c, hand-wash basin and an airing cupboard for storage.

Adjacent to the family bathroom is the master bedroom, which is a double room in size and has fitted wardrobes.

From the 1st floor landing, stairs rise to the 2nd floor where bedrooms two and three are located: Both are double rooms, one having fitted wardrobes.

Outside, the private and enclosed rear garden is tiered, with the first tier being a small patio area. The second part of the garden is laid with a gravel path, with a small area either side ideal for a vegetable plot. Continuing on, the rear part of the garden is laid to lawn, with decking at the end to enjoy the evening sun.

Maiden Newton is a bustling village with an excellent range of local services including a restaurant, public house garage/convenience store, shops including an ironmongers, a doctor’s surgery, a primary school, a church and a railway station on the Dorchester/Yeovil to Bristol line. The major centres of Dorchester, Bridport, Yeovil and Sherborne are all readily accessible.

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

The area is also renowned for schooling. State schools include the Primary school in the village and secondary school in Beaminster. Preparatory schools include Sunninghill, Perrott Hill, Leweston and Sherborne. Public schools include Sherborne (boys & girls), Leweston (girls), Canford, Clayesmore, Milton Abbey and Bryanston.

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