As soon as you enter Lower Farm Cottage you are embraced by its character and charm, the traditional timber storm porch is painted white with trellising to the sides giving the cottage its quintessentially English cottage appearance. The kitchen is a true delight and very much in keeping with a farm house of this age and style, the flagstone flooring is not only beautiful it is extremely practical. The kitchen is fitted with traditional units with ample space for a large table in the middle of the room. The sitting room is particularly handsome and well proportioned with French doors to the front which lead to a paved terrace ideal for enjoying the garden and an evening glass of wine. The open fire place with brick surround adds to the charm. Also on the ground floor there is a bedroom, cloakroom and utility room.
Tee first floor has 2 large double bedroom, one with en-suite shower room. Both rooms have windows to the front and afford wonderful views across the valley and on to open countryside. There is also a family bathroom on the first floor.
The property is approached via a pea shingle drive providing ample parking and gives access to the garage and the barn providing. The front garden is predominantly enclosed with brick walling and offers a tranquil space to enjoy with traditional planting and a well kept lawn, the terrace is immediately outside the sitting room allowing the garden to be seamlessly accessed in summer months. The rear and side gardens are on a slope and have been laid to lawn and have wonderful views over the neighboring countryside, in total the whole plot amounts to quarter of an acre.
To the side of the property is a detached barn with the advantage of power and lighting. (22' x 21')
The garage is located at the front of the property and is of brick and flint construction.
The cottage is situated in a rural village on a quiet no through road. There is access to the surrounding countryside from the front door via miles of footpaths and bridleways; the adjoining village of Winterborne Stickland is within walking distance and has a pub, village hall and Nursery and Pre-school. The Georgian town of Blandford Forum is approximately 6 miles away and has a full range of amenities, shops, schools, leisure facilities and recreational pursuits. Set in the middle of Dorset countryside the immediate area provides easy access to the major towns of Poole, Bournemouth, Salisbury, Sherborne and the County town of Dorchester.
Mains water and electricity. Private Drainage.
North Dorset District Council
Tel No: 01258 454111
Council Tax Band E.