Bears Den is a fine example of a modern thatched cottage. The property boasts a wealth of character and charm with all the modern conveniences you would expect in a new house. The quality of finish is first class, from the door fixtures and light switches to Kitchen appliances and Bathroom fittings, no expense has been spared. Other
features include Oak veneer doors, pressurised hot water system, water softener, concertina patio doors and an inglenook style fireplace.
The kitchen/Dining room is particularly attractive, with the kitchen being comprehensively fitted with a range of units and integrated Bosch appliance. Two steps lead down to the dining room which is dual aspect making it feel light and spacious. The sitting room is also dual aspect and overlooks the rear garden which can easily be accessed via the patio doors.
Upstairs the master bedroom boasts built in wardrobes and a luxury en-suite. The two remaining double bedrooms are serviced by the contemporary family bathroom.
To the front of the property is a recently planted hedge and brick wall which boarder the block paved driveway. There is ample off road parking for several vehicles and a detached garage with power and lighting.
The rear garden has been carefully planned to create a fabulous private terrace outside the sitting room and dining room. In summer months with the patio doors open this space becomes an outside room where alfresco dining can be enjoyed. Beyond this the garden is terraced, one
level has been laid to lawn with two further levels left for the buyer to personalise.
Milborne St. Andrew is conveniently located between the County town of Dorchester and the small market town of Blandford. The village itself has a thriving village shop and post office, as well as a pub, The Royal Oak.
The area is well served by a fine selection of schools including; Bryanston, Sherborne, Clayesmore, Port Regis, St Mary's Shaftesbury and Milton Abbey, as well as excellent primary and secondary schools. State schools, including a thriving primary school in the village
Rail stations from Dorchester, Poole and Salisbury (I hour 28 minutes London ? Waterloo). The M3 can be joined from the M27 to London and the Home Counties. Bath is 1hr 10 mins. The A35 to Exeter is 2 miles away. Ferries sail to the Channel Islands and Cherbourg from Poole.
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Gas fired heating.
North Dorset District Council Tel: 01258 454111