The property is an individual detached house traditionally built in circa 1996 with cement rendered and brick elevations under a tiled roof. The well-presented accommodation is very spacious and has oil fired central heating and sealed unit double glazed windows. On the ground floor is a spacious sitting/dining room and L shaped kitchen/breakfast room with a range of solid limed oak fronted wall and floor cupboards and downstairs cloakroom. On the first floor are 4 bedrooms, 3 of which are double rooms, together with an en suite shower room and family bathroom.
Outside there is a good sized integral garage together with enclosed rear gardens.
A tarmac driveway leads to an INTEGRAL GARAGE with up and over door, electric power and light, oil fired central heating boiler.
To the front of the house is a small area stocked with shrubs with a pedestrian side access. The rear garden is L shaped and fully enclosed. It is principally laid to lawn together with a paved area.
The property occupies a small and peaceful cul-de-sac location on the eastern side of Beaminster and enjoys distant views over the town and adjoining countryside. Beaminster is a historic town and around the square are a good range of shops and business facilities. The town has both primary and secondary schools, churches, hotels and restaurants.
The property is only about 1/3 mile from the town square and close to open countryside with excellent walking opportunities. The market town of Bridport is about 6 miles and the beautiful World Heritage coastline at West Bay is just beyond. There are main line rail services are Crewkerne, Dorchester and Yeovil whilst the A303 and A35 roads are both within easy reach.