Price £195,000 Under Offer

A well presented end of terrace three bedroom home, offering the perfect opportunity for first time buyers or small families. The accommodation comprises entrance hall with cloak cupboard, spacious lounge/dining room with doors leading to a conservatory, kitchen, three bedrooms and a bathroom. Being an end of terrace, the garden is a little bigger than most with an area to the side as well as at the back and there is rear access into an adjoining garage. Windows are all uPVC double glazed and there is oil fired central heating with radiators throughout. The house is situated in a pleasant 1980`s mixed development of houses and bungalows with an open aspect to the front and is very handy for the local Primary School, which is next door.
The village of Mosterton lies in West Dorset close to the Somerset border. The pretty market town of Beaminster is about 3 miles to the south where there is a Comprehensive School and to the north, about 2 miles is Crewkerne station offering mainline train services to London Waterloo. The village has a strong community with many events throughout the year but especially in summertime and is lucky enough to still have a local shop and pub as well as a Church and school. The village is surrounded by beautiful countryside being primarily a farming area and has a long history dating back to the Doomsday book.


The accommodation, all measurements approximate, comprises:

GROUND FLOOR

ENTRANCE PORCH
Upvc double glazed with double glazed door. Store cupboard. Tiled floor. uPVC front door with double glazed panels into

HALL
Stairs rising to first floor. Cloaks cupboard. Telephone point. Radiator. Wood laminate flooring.

LOUNGE/DINING ROOM - 7.22m (23'8") x 2.63m (8'8") Max
L shaped room: Large bay window to front. Sliding doors from dining area to conservatory. Under stairs cupboard. TV point. Two radiators. Door to

KITCHEN - 2.63m (8'8") x 2.45m (8'0")
Window to rear (into conservatory). The kitchen is fitted on two sides with a range of wall and base units with laminate work surfaces. Breakfast bar beneath window. Inset stainless steel sink unit and drainer. Integrated electric oven/grill. Integrated electric hob with cooker hood above. Splashback tiling. Space and connections for washing machine and dish washer. Space for fridge/freezer. Laminate flooring.

CONSERVATORY - 3.86m (12'8") x 2.2m (7'3")
Dwarf wall with uPVC double glazed windows and polycarbonate roof. French doors to garden. Radiator. Ceramic tiled floor.

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING
Hatch to part boarded loft with plug-in light and a pull down ladder. Airing cupboard housing factory lagged hot water cylinder with slatted shelving and pump for shower.

BEDROOM ONE - 3.61m (11'10") x 2.76m (9'1")
Window to front with distant countryside views. Built-in wardrobe. Radiator.

BEDROOM TWO - 2.77m (9'1") x 2.72m (8'11")
Window to rear. Built-in cupboard. Radiator.

BEDROOM THREE - 2.48m (8'2") x 2m (6'7")
Window to front with distant countryside views. Shelf above stair well. Radiator.

BATHROOM - 1.98m (6'6") x 1.7m (5'7")
Obscure glazed window to rear. Fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Part wall tiling. Extractor. Radiator.

OUTSIDE
To the front is a small open plan lawned garden with a very pretty Walnut tree and path to front door.

GARDEN
Fully enclosed with a rear access gate. Doors from the conservatory lead onto a patio which in turn leads to a gravelled garden with central path, beside which is a planting bed. On the other side is a garden shed and Wendy house and at the far end is a small raised pond. A little picket fence separates this part of the garden from the side, where there is a triangular area of lawn with space for a trampoline. In the far corner is situated the oil tank. A door from the garden leads into the

GARAGE - 5.12m (16'10") x 2.49m (8'2")
Up and over door to front. Three strip lights and power points.

SERVICES
All mains services are connected except gas. Water is metered.

COUNCIL TAX
West Dorset District Council. Band C. Currently £1,620 (2017/18).

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Under the current ownership the property has undergone the following: Bath installed where there was formerly a shower, living/dining room floor screed, ceilings skimmed (except living/dining room), new carpets, cavity wall insulation, new (inner) front door The property benefits from oil fired central heating and uPVC double glazing throughout.

Notice
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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