Stalbridge benefits from being the smallest town in Dorset, but very much holds its cosy village feel. It boasts an independent superstore named Dikes, which dates back to the 1850's. Stalbridge has a fantastic balance in having amenities but also a rural feel, with walks at a plenty nearby. There are two pubs, a Church of England primary school, post office, library, dentist, opticians, butchers and petrol station, whilst the town itself is 3.7 miles from Templecombe train station (direct to London Waterloo), 7.1 miles from the popular town of Sherborne and 8.7 miles onto the A303 both directions.
This charming three bedroom mid-terraced property, fit for residents over the age of 55, would make a comfortable home for those looking to maintain their active lifestyle and also those looking to wind down. Stapleford Court is a small, gated development housing 13 properties in total. This property has double glazing throughout, with the downstairs compromising of an entrance hall with storage cupboard, shower and WC accommodation, 27ft through lounge/diner benefitting from Studland fire feature surround, with a fully fitted, modern kitchen and conservatory to the rear, both facing south. The first floor boasts three bedrooms, two of which are comfortable doubles, both benefitting from built-in wardrobes. The bathroom consists of a shower over the bath, additional WC, basin and storage. Outside, there is a courtyard garden belonging to the property, adjoining beautiful communal grounds, shared by the 13 residents.
Service Charges: £2565pa, payable quarterly
Ground Rent: £335pa, payable bi-annually (this is fixed until the next rent review in 2028)
The Development is managed by Broadleaf Management Services Limited. The service charge covers a comprehensive range of services which includes building insurance, external painting, upkeep of all communal gardens and buildings, regular window cleaning (including conservatory), security gates and lighting, and a Development manager on site in the mornings Monday - Friday.