Offering excellent, well presented accommodation in a delightful country location a very attractive and larger than average older style semi-detached house. The original house is believed to have been built in the 1930's and was subject to a large two storey extension and extensive modernisation within the last 10 years or so. The property has rendered and colour washed elevations. The many excellent features include LPG central heating plus multi-fuel stove providing supplementary heating (four radiators), replacement UPVC sealed unit windows, modern fitted kitchen with solid maple work surfaces and Stoves stainless steel eye-level electric double oven, Diplomat electric ceramic halogen hob, cooker hood and integrated fridge and a modern bathroom/shower room with roll top bath and separate shower.
Under the current ownership since 2014 a whole number of further improvements have been carried out including a new central heating boiler, sanding down of floor boards, ceramic tiled flooring to the kitchen/dining/family room and utility, upgrading of the playroom/second reception room, new shower to the bathroom/shower room, upgrading of en suite shower room, re-decoration and a new solid oak front door.
The accommodation is very well proportioned/spacious and enjoys distant country views over the nearby fields and to Lewesdon Hill.
OWNERSHIP RESTRICTION This is a former Local Authority Property to which Section 157 of the Housing Act 1985 applies. The property can only be owned as your principle residence.
The house stands on a good sized plot and is set well back being approached through double five-bar gates onto a large gravelled driveway with parking and turning area. There is a good sized front garden down to lawn together with raised areas and a side pedestrian gate. The rear garden also extends to the side and features areas of lawn, timber decking, boiler store and TIMBER SHED/WOOD STORE.
North Bowood is a delightful country area approximately midway between the villages of Salwayash and Broadwindsor, both about 2 miles. It lies within an area of outstanding natural beauty and on the edge of the beautiful Marshwood Vale with many footpaths in the vicinity. The villages of Salwayash and Broadwindsor both offer good local facilities including public houses, churches, primary schools and village halls. There is also a shop at Broadwindsor.
The larger towns of Bridport and Beaminster are both within about 4 miles or so. Bridport is a thriving market town with weekly street market and an excellent range of amenities including a leisure centre and Arts Centre. The beautiful World Heritage and Jurassic coast is within about 5 miles at West Bay with its attractive harbour, bathing beaches and 18 hole golf course. Dorchester, Weymouth and Yeovil are all within about half an hour's driving distance with main line rail services to London and the West Country (there is also a main line station at Crewkerne).