A good sized, double-fronted three bedroom, terraced house with driveway parking, situated at the end of a small cul-de-sac in the pretty market town of Beaminster.
The accommodation comprises two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and bathroom on the first floor, lounge and kitchen/dining room on the ground floor. At the back of the house (accessed from the garden) is a utility/boiler room and a separate WC. There is off street parking for two cars at the front and an enclosed back garden with rear access. There is a double-glazed porch at the front. The property benefits from uPVC double glazing throughout and gas central heating and there is no onward chain. The cul-de-sac is on the western side of the town within approximately half a mile of the town centre and just a few hundred metres from a convenience store, and local primary school. The property, being an ex-local authority is subject to a housing restriction but there is an element of flexibility to this. See below.
Beaminster is a pretty little market town with a long history situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, equidistant from Crewkerne and Bridport (both being around 6 miles). Facilities in the town include a good range of shops, restaurants & cafes, a 15th Century church, bank, post office, library, primary and secondary schools, health centres and dentist. Mainline rail services (London - Waterloo) are available from Crewkerne and Dorchester.
The accommodation, all measurements approximate, comprises:
uPVC and double glazed with Polycarbonate roof. Half glazed door from driveway. Space for boots and shoes. Half glazed door to:
Stairs rising to first floor. Laminated flooring. Doors to Lounge and Kitchen/Dining Room.
LOUNGE - 3.82m (12'6") x 3.82m (12'6")
Window to front. Fireplace (not in use). Built in stone plinth with wooden shelf for TV and video. Louvre doors to under stairs cupboard. Telephone point. Dado rail. Coved ceiling. Radiator.
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM - 4.76m (15'7") x 4.15m (13'7") Max
Window to front. Storage cupboard. Telephone point. Dado rail. Laminated flooring.
Window to rear. Fitted with a range of base units with laminated work surfaces. Inset single bowl, single drainer stainless steel sink unit. Splash back tiling. Space and connection for gas cooker. Space for dishwasher. Space for fridge/freezer. High cupboard housing pre-pay electric meter. High cupboard housing electricity consumer unit. Half glazed door to rear garden.
The former coal shed has been converted to a utility room with light and power. Space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Shelves. Water tap for garden. Alpha gas boiler for hot water and central heating.
Two windows to rear. Loft hatch to part boarded insulated loft space. Doors to all rooms.
BEDROOM 1 - 3.35m (11'0") x 2.71m (8'11")
Window to front. Deep alcove with dressing table. Built-in wardrobes with sliding doors and central mirrored door. Telephone point. Radiator.
BEDROOM TWO - 3.29m (10'10") x 3.18m (10'5") Max
Window to front. Part sloping ceiling. Radiator.
BEDROOM THREE - 2.32m (7'7") x 2m (6'7")
Built-in cupboard with double sliding doors. Telephone point. Radiator.
Obscure glazed window to rear. White suite comprising corner shower unit with sliding doors, low level flush w.c., vanity sink unit with cupboards under. Fully tiled. Extractor fan. Chrome towel rail. Radiator.
Paved area with space for pots and seating. To the side is a gravelled parking area for one car.
Enclosed back garden with rear pedestrian access via garden gate. Raised shrub beds. Garden shed. Water butt. Space for rotary clothes line. Outside light. Gas meter to wall.
All mains services are connected.
West Dorset District Council. Band A. Currently £1,227.92 (2017/18).
The property is subject to a Rural Housing Restriction as detailed in Section 157 of the Housing Act 1985. As such, permission to purchase the house must be sought from Magna Housing Association. The main reason for this restriction is to prevent such housing being sold as holiday homes.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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