A well positioned village house offering three bedrooms and four reception rooms several of which have lovely views overlooking the garden. Owned for many years by the current vendors, they have taken great care to ensure the property has a real feeling of space, especially downstairs where the style provides many choices of living arrangements.
The GROUND FLOOR can cater for all your relaxing or entertaining needs. A welcoming large entrance porch provides ample space for boots and shoes and opens into the main hallway. There is a spacious sitting room with double sided wood-burner which also adjoins the garden room which also has underfloor heating, plus the downstairs has a further office and a downstairs WC. The kitchen offers good quality kitchen units, and space for appliances cleverly configured to ensure as much space as possible can be used. The sitting room opens to a spacious garden room which has windows overlooking a lovely, well tended garden on all sides. The office also overlooks the patio and rear garden with the rolling countryside beyond. The downstairs cloakroom is next to the office.
The FIRST FLOOR landing has a bright and airy feel and leads to three bedrooms. The family bathroom is tiled with a modern bath, built in cistern WC and large modern wash hand basin. Bedroom one has fitted wardrobes plus access to the ensuite shower room and beautiful views over the rolling Dorset countryside. Bedroom two is a double bedroom with further space for wardrobes/drawers if required. Bedroom three is also double bedroom with windows over looking the front garden.
The garage offers ample storage space or could be used for cars and/ or a workshop.
You will access the property via gateway into a large driveway which could manage parking for many cars.
The garden is a good size and is laid mostly to lawn all around the house and benefits from pretty shrub and flower borders. There is a raised patio that overlooks the rolling countryside and the hills beyond which has been very beautifully positioned and constructed.
The is a spacious OUTBUILDING which is substantial and is currently used as a workshop for the current vendor and which has power and light.
I was extremely impressed with what this property has to offer. The combination of the beautiful, peacefulness of sitting on the patio above the lawn, looking out onto the hills beyond and the tranquility that provides when you are in the property. I could have happily sat in the garden room for hours, with the doors open, watching and listening to the sounds of the birds around the garden. The owners clearly take great pride in their lovely home and to me, it still feels like a spacious and well established home for any buyer who will especially enjoy the spaces on the ground floor. Their tasteful decorations throughout the property compliment the cleanness and lightness of the chosen fixtures and fittings and will give the next owner a good basis towards making it their own.
The outbuilding and the garage provide further opportunity for a new owner.
Melcombe Bingham is a pretty village north of Dorchester. Still considered a traditional Dorset village, amenities include a village shop, village hall and public house and nearby church.
The village is surrounded by rolling countryside and is around 14 miles from the County town of Dorchester with its elegant 18th Century houses, broad-tree lined walks, museums, art galleries and choice of inviting inns and quaint teashops located throughout Dorchester Town, the County Town of Dorset continues to be a staple area of interest to tourists and current/future residents. Dorchester also offers superb schools, a first class leisure centre and swimming pool with the Brewery Square development offering further various restaurants an open air performance space and Odeon Cinema. Poundbury also continues to develop and grow, bringing more people to the area every year and offers anything from award winning coffee shops to award winning local butchers. Many beautiful villages surround this town offering a multitude of country walks, local delicacies and a sense of community people still strive for.
EPC - Rating D
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