A very well presented four bedroom house with two reception rooms located in the popular and conveniant village of Stratton, much improved and extended by the current owners.
A newly fitted kitchen, with recently installed cream gloss cupboards and soft close drawers. A work surface extends to a useful breakfast bar. Under unit lighting, a built in wine cooler, ceramic sink, integrated dishwasher and an extractor fan. A tiled floor extends through to the utility room with a work surface and space and plumbing for additional white goods and a back door.
The dining room is a southerly aspect room with a BT point and French doors leading directly to the garden terrace.
The sitting room benefits from an open fire place an d the property is double glazed throughout and with gas radiator heating.
The first floor provides four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom benefits from ample fitted wardrobes, wall mounted reading lights and an en-suite shower room with a modern white suite comprising; vanity basin, W/C, electric shower, chrome heated towel rail and an extractor.
Bedrooms two and three also benefit from fitted cupboards and bedroom four is a single room. The family bathroom has a pedestal hand wash basin, W/C, chrome heated towel rail and bath with shower over.
There is an additional downstairs W/C.
The property has a southerly aspect garden. A patio is built onto the side of the house with a pergola and southerly aspect seating area. There are well stocked borders with mature shrubs and trees, and an area of lawn, vegetable garden and a rear gate providing access to the garage behind the house.
Allocated parking to the front of the property and a single garage to the rear of the property with power, light and water.
Stratton is situated three miles to the north west of Dorchester and near Poundbury. Within the village is a parish church and public house.
Dorchester provides a wide range of shopping and leisure facilities. The main pedestrianised high street offers a good range of independent and national retailers. Brewery Square on the fringe of the town provides a good range of restaurants, multi-screen cinema, fitness gym and various retail outlets. In addition, the town benefits from a County Hospital and train stations providing mainline service to both London Waterloo and Bristol Temple Meads
There is excellent schooling with many primary schools, plus two middle schools and The Thomas Hardye School with sixth form, all highly regarded.