A well presented first floor apartment situated close to Queen Mother Square in the centre of Poundbury. This property is offered on the Shared Ownership Scheme at 35% and represents a fantastic opportunity for a first time buyer to secure their first home in a very desirable location with a range of amenities close by. This property benefits from kitchen/diner, sitting room and master bedroom and must be viewed to be appreciated.
From Dorchester Top O' Town roundabout head west up Bridport Road continue through traffic lights, passing Sainsbury on the right, continue on Bridport Road at the round about take the 3rd exit onto Peverell Avenue East, passing the Cereal factory take the next right and the property will be on the right hand side.
Front aspect wooden door, intercom, storage cupboard with switch box and electric meter and space for storage, airing cupboard with shelves for storage, smoke alarm and wall panel control for boiler.
17' 1'' x 11' 0'' (5.20m x 3.35m)
Two side aspect wooden double glazed sash windows, two radiators, television point, satellite point, two telephone and internet points.
13' 6'' x 10' 3'' (4.11m x 3.12m)
Side aspect wooden double glazed window, radiator, range of wall and base units with roll top work surface over, stainless steel dual sink with chrome swan neck mixer tap over, built-in low level Bosch electric cooker, built-in Bosch four point gas hob with extractor hood over, fitted washer/dryer, cupboard housing Baxi combination boiler, space for fridge freezer, smoke alarm, carbon monoxide alarm, radiator.
11' 0'' x 11' 0'' (3.35m x 3.35m)
Side aspect wooden double glazed sash window, radiator, wall panel control for boiler, television point.
7' 10'' x 6' 4'' (2.39m x 1.93m)
Three piece white suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, wall mounted mirror with lights and shaving point, panel bath with shower over, extractor fan, radiator with towel rail over.
There is allocated parking for one car.
Poundbury is an urban development of the county town of Dorchester, Princes Charles vision of the development of new communities in the 21st Century. Designed around the residents rather than cars, it is intended to be a sustainable development where it's possible to meet the higher proportion of daily needs on foot rather than relying on a car. Within walking distance there are Waitrose, the Duchess of Cornwall Hotel and Restaurant and an ever grouping range of Bistros, coffee shops, beauty salons, clothes shops, hairdressers, dentist, a medical centre, a garden centre and a mature woodland park. To the west there are transport connections to the A35 to Bridport and to the south only the ridgeway range of hills divides you from the sea and the Jurassic coastline. The county town of Dorchester is a traditional market with a further array of interesting shops, restaurants and entertainment venues.