A beautifully presented 3 bedroom period house, with delightful south-west facing garden.
5 Coombe Terrace forms part of an attractive terrace of period houses, set back from the road behind iron railings and front garden. The property is presented in excellent decorative order throughout, having recently been modernised using quality fittings throughout, and enhancing the period features including two fireplaces in the sitting and dining rooms, both with wood burning stoves, attractive wood stripped doors, and high ceiling rooms.
The property is entered into the sitting room with window seat, staircase door to first floor, and door to the dining room, with double doors to the side courtyard, under stairs cupboard and door to the kitchen. The kitchen has an excellent range of wall and floor units, with granite worktops incorporating white ceramic sink, Hotpoint 4 ring electric hob with Bosch extractor above, and a Bosch oven, heated towel rail, plumbing and space for dishwasher and door to the rear hall with plumbing and space for washing machine, quarry tile floor and half glazed door to the garden.
On the first floor there are two good sized bedrooms, including a well proportioned master bedroom at the front, as well as family bathroom with attractive tiled floor and part tiled walls, roll top bath, shower in tiled cubicle, pedestal wash handbasin, heated towel rail, WC and shelved cupboard housing Worcester 28Cdi gas fired boiler. A staircase leads to the second floor bedroom with full height ceilings ,exposed beams and velux window with attractive views over rear garden.
Overall the property provides well arranged and characterful accommodation, making for an ideal central Sherborne home.
To the front is a small gravelled garden with a number of shrubs, whilst to the rear the main gardens are well laid out, and stocked with a variety of flowering plants and shrubs. A central gravel path, flanked by borders lead to a paved terrace area with trellis and climbing rose, beyond which is a timber garden shed. Adjacent to the house and dining room is a further gravelled seating terraced area overlooking the garden.