An immaculately presented five bedroom family house with bright and well arranged accommodation in a corner plot and situated in this popular residential area in the renowned Abbey town of Sherborne.
33 Gainsborough Drive forms part of an exclusive development on the west side of Sherborne, built in the late 1980s. Number 33 occupies a corner position well screened with mature hedging and is presented in immaculate decorative order throughout including superb white bath and shower rooms and a well fitted modern kitchen/breakfast room leading onto paved terrace.
The property is entered via a small open porch leading to the good sized entrance hall with all the main rooms leading off including the study to the front and a good sized guest cloakroom and deep cloaks cupboard. The kitchen, dining room and double aspect sitting room all overlook the well stocked gardens to the rear. Of particular note is the well proportioned sitting room with attractive working fireplace and doors to the conservatory.
The kitchen has an excellent range of wall and floor units with worktops, display cupboards, drawers, attractive tiles, 1.5 bowl sink, range cooker and dishwasher. Off the kitchen is a matching small room with cupboards, worktops and space for freezer and fridge. There is a half glazed door to the side garden. On the first floor there are five bedrooms, two of which have en-suite shower rooms and a spacious family bathroom. Overall the accommodation is bright and well arranged, ideal for modern day family living.
The property is approached from Gainsborough Drive over a brick paved drive leading to the double garage with remote controlled doors. The garage is well insulated and houses the newly fitted gas fired boiler, water softener, washing machine, dryer and a sink with hot and cold water. The front garden is surrounded by hedges and is well stocked with specimen trees and shrubs. The rear lawn has a wooden playhouse and is bordered with trees and shrubs. The gardens have been planted with ease of maintenance in mind as well as providing colour throughout the seasons.