A substantial period stone cottage, situated in a highly sought-after street, close to The Square and church.
4 Bedrooms (Master with en suite Bathroom). Separate Family Bathroom. Spacious Sitting Room. Kitchen/Dining Room. UPVC Double Glazed Conservatory. Cloakroom. Gas Fired Central Heating. Delightful Westerly Facing Rear Garden with Views over the Church. Substantial Integral Garage (Rarely Available with Period Cottages). Ideal Main Residence, Second Home, Holiday Let. No Forward Chain.
26 St Mary Well Street is a charming period cottage with stone elevations under a slate roof. The property is extremely well located just a short walking distance from the main square within Beaminster and close to all local amenities.
Over the years the property has been subject to enlargement and offers extremely spacious and versatile accommodation.
On the ground floor is a very good size kitchen/dining room, sitting room, conservatory, lobby and cloakroom whilst on the first floor are 4 bedrooms with the master bedroom having en suite bathroom/shower room together with a separate family bathroom.
Modern conveniences include gas fired central heating and UPVC double glazed windows. Offered for sale with no forward chain internal viewing comes highly recommended.
Outside are delightful and extensive rear gardens which extend to approximately 140’ enjoying views over St Mary’s church and surrounding hills.
There is an extensive rear garden extending approximately 140’ in length. Immediately adjoining the rear is a paved patio area which leads onto gardens stocked with an abundance of shrubs, plants and trees interspersed with paved terracing and bounded by a stream to the south side of the cottage. There is a large INTEGRAL GARAGE with electrically operated door and personal rear door to the garden. Attached to the rear of the garage is a GREENHOUSE.
26 St Mary Well Street is ideally situated in a sought after street close to The Square in the heart of this beautiful Dorset town. Beaminster Square is surrounded by Georgian/Victorian buildings and provides a focal point with excellent facilities. The immediate area is designated as being one of Outstanding Natural Beauty with the World Heritage coastline known as the Jurassic Coast is about 20 minutes driving distance with much of the coastline being owned or controlled by the National Trust. The thriving market town of Bridport is only about 6 miles and there are golf courses at West Bay and Lyme Regis. There is a mainline rail service to London at Crewkerne, about 6 miles distant, together with the regional centres of Dorchester and Yeovil which are within easy commuting distance.