The accommodation is set over three different levels and offers a great deal of versatility. Located in an elevated position within the village, the property boasts wonderful far reaching views and is set in grounds approaching 0.5 of an acre.
There is a wonderful dual aspect sitting room on the top floor which benefits from two pairs of sliding patio doors, which give level access to the extensive garden. There is an open fireplace and windows to the front with far reaching views.
The dual aspect dining room is split level and has a high vaulted ceiling and again affords far reaching views. The kitchen is on the same level and has been refitted and extended by the vendors to create a bright user friendly space with an extensive range of built-in units, butlers sink and integrated appliances. There is space for a breakfast table and chairs and a door to the gardens.
The study/bedroom 4 is also on this level along with the cloakroom.
A short flight of steps lead down to the entrance hall and bedroom wing where 3 further bedrooms can be found along with the family bathroom.
The reception room on the lower ground floor would make an ideal teenagers den or games room and has a large picture window to the front elevation. This room could easily be converted into annexe accommodation as there is a utility room on the same floor with access through the garage.
The stunning elevated gardens are a particular feature of this property and in total the grounds amount to approximately 0.5 of an acre. The garden has level access from the sitting room via a small bridge.
Just to the rear of the kitchen there is a paved terrace which is ideal for summer barbeques and alfresco dining.
The gardens are well stocked with herbaceous borders and specimen trees. There are central steps which lead to a delightful seating area with fantastic rural views across the Stour valley.
To one corner there is an area with raised beds which is currently being used for growing vegetables. The rear gardens lead directly onto a footpath which is turn gives direct access to the North Dorset Trailway.
To the front of the property a tarmacadam driveway gives access to the garage and offers off road parking for several vehicles. The driveway then leads past the house to the rear garden.
Spetisbury is a popular village with a pub, church and a thriving primary school. Just a few minutes drive from Blandford, which offers an excellent range of shops, schools and leisure pursuits.
To the rear of the property is the North Dorset Trailway, which now extends from Sturminster Newton to Spetisbury, providing an off road trail for walkers, cyclists and wheel chair users.
It is within easy commuting distance of Wimborne (7 miles), Poole (10 miles), Bournemouth (22 miles) and Salisbury(22 miles) all of which are within ½ hours drive. Bournemouth, Gillingham and Salisbury have main line railway stations to London (Waterloo).
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage.
Gas fired central heating.
North Dorset District Council
Tel No: 01258 454111
Council Tax Band G