Flax House is a deceptively spacious and very attractive period town house estimated to date back over 200 years and Listed Grade II of Architectural or Historic Interest. The property has brick elevations under tiled and slate roofs. Character features typical of its age and type include picture rails, sash windows and panelled doors. The kitchen and dining room feature hardwood floors and the lobby and hall mosaic quarry style tiled floors. There is gas fired central heating and a gas fired Aga. The accommodation is well proportioned and very flexible. The rear ground floor rooms were formerly used as an annexe and the large loft offers conversion potential subject to the usual planning and listed planning consents.
The house also benefits from a private west facing courtyard garden with rear pedestrian gate.
Town houses of this size in South Street are rarely available and viewing is strong recommended by the sole agents.
There is a residents parking permit scheme for South Street (an annual fee is payable to West Dorset District Council).
At the rear is an attractive and well stocked west facing courtyard garden which is part stone paved. A rear gates gives pedestrian access through and around to South Street.
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"A spacious and charming terraced double fronted period town house in a highly convenient and sought-after town centre position in picturesque South Street."