A picturesque extended grade ll listed thatched character cottage offering a wealth of character features in the centre of the village of Wool. The property has recently converted the former loft barn to now include a new master bedroom so now offering three double bedrooms, two reception rooms, dining room with feature inglenook fireplace with flagstone flooring, extended kitchen with feature Rayburn cooker, generous garden with summer house, complete with off road parking. Within walking distance to main line rail link direct to London Waterloo and within five miles of The World Heritage Jurassic Coastline including the picturesque Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door.
From Wool train station turn left onto the B3071 into the village of Wool, within 0.2 miles, destination is on the right.
Leading in from front garden leads into entrance porch via wooden double doors, flagstone flooring, door leads through into dining room.
12' 8'' x 12' 5'' (3.85m x 3.79m)
Entrance porch leads through into dining room with Purbeck flagstone flooring and feature inglenook fireplace with stone hearth, front aspect window, ceiling beam, stairs leading to the first floor, under stairs storage cupboard, feature radiator, doors leading through into kitchen and lounge.
12' 5'' x 5' 7'' (3.79m x 1.70m)
leading in through thumb latch door leads into kitchen with feature rear aspect window looking out onto the rear garden, pine kitchen units with wooden work surface over, ceramic single sink with drainer with swan neck mixer tap over, ceiling beams, tiled splash backs, feature Rayburn stove, door leading through into rear utility room.
5' 7'' x 4' 11'' (1.70m x 1.51m)
Space and plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge freezer, door leading out onto rear garden.
12' 9'' x 8' 6'' (3.89m x 2.59m)
Feature front aspect window looking out onto front garden with feature window seat, brick built fire surround with tiled hearth, door leading through to rear inner hallway with rear aspect window and radiator..
13' 1'' x 12' 2'' (3.99m x 3.70m)
Leading up via its own feature staircase from inner hallway leads to the master bedroom converted from the former hay loft, dual aspect windows looking out onto both front and rear garden with window seats, feature exposed ceiling beams, loft access, fitted wardrobe, wall lighting, radiator, oak flooring.
6' 4'' x 5' 9'' (1.94m x 1.74m)
Opaque rear aspect window, enclosed bath with mains fed shower attachment over, period pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, ceiling spotlights, wall mounted extractor unit, part tiled walls, heated towel radiator.
13' 1'' x 10' 6'' (3.99m x 3.20m)
Feature front aspect window looking out onto front of property with window seat, ceiling beam, floor standing radiator.
9' 8'' x 8' 7'' (2.94m x 2.61m)
Feature front aspect window looking out onto front garden with window seat, ceiling beam, radiator.
Driveway gates lead into front garden which is laid with decorative planting, garden path leads to entrance porch.
Leading out from the rear utility leads onto the picturesque enclosed rear garden, initial patio area leads leads onto garden path which winds its way through the garden with its mix of mature and decorative planting, numerous fruit bearing trees sit within the generous lawn. Feature garden lodge fully insulated with both power and light. Continuing towards the rear of the garden the property enjoys a further vegetable plot with further fruit trees and workshop and potting shed with power and light, pedestrian door leads through to front of property.
Parking at the front of property behind wooden driveway gates.