Lyndum is a brand new home built to an exacting standard by a well respected local builder. Attention to detail is evident in each room with flexible accomodation throughout. The entrance hallway is spacious and light with full height windows framing the front door and double french doors allowing access to the rear garden. There is a WC and storage cupboard. From the hallway is the study, the untility room with heating controls and side door to the garden, living room with fireplace and french doors onto the rear garden and the fabulous kitchen diner which has been handmade and feature bi-fold doors on two sides allowing light to flood in. The first floor comprises four double bedrooms, 2 en-suite shower rooms and a family bathroom with seperate shower. All bathrooms have underfloor heating while the bedrooms have radiators. The ground floor has underfloor heating and stone tiled flooring throughout.
The property is approached through large gates onto a driveway with parking for several vehicles and a double garage with large office or studio above. The are two side gates allowing access to the rear garden. The garden is sectioned into a gravelled patio area edged by a low level wall of sleepers leading to the raised area of lawn. The end of the garden has an open fence allowing countryside views.
Lyndum is situated in the hamlet of Bedchester in the heart of the Blackmore Vale. The nearby village of Fontmell Magna offers a Post Office/Stores, Church of England Primary School, doctors surgery, village hall, tennis court and playing fields, an excellent village pub/restaurant
and many public footpaths and bridleways. To the north, the hilltop town of Shaftesbury has facilities for most everyday needs, including an excellent range of shops, a boutique hotel, a delicatessen, churches, health centre, small hospital, library and arts centre. A more extensive range of facilities can be found in Salisbury, Bath, Sherborne and Yeovil. There are leisure facilities and a Waitrose in Gillingham, while the A303 (approximately 8 miles north of Shaftesbury) links to the M3 making
London and the south west readily accessible by road.
Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Drainage is via a private treatment plant. Heating is by supplied by an air source heating pump. Upstairs has radiators while the bathrooms and the ground floor have individually controlled underfloor heating.