An extremely well presented family home, built approximately 10 years ago by the current owners. Constructed of rendered elevations beneath an attractive slate tiled roof. The property offers well proportioned accommodation throughout, with fantastic views to the front aspect. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of quality solid oak units, with island and granite work tops, and an integral dishwasher. There is space for a large dining table. Double doors lead to the terrace at the front. The family room flows seamlessly with the kitchen, again with double doors to the front terrace and fantastic views. Both rooms have travertine tiles throughout. The utility room is practical with large storage cupboards, space for washing machine and tumble dryer and separate boiler cupboard. There is a further sitting room with views over the rear garden, dining room with double doors to the rear, and study. The entrance hall has a useful coat cupboard, cloakroom and oak staircase to the first floor.
There are five bedrooms upstairs and a spacious landing. The master bedroom has a dressing room leading through to a fully tiled en-suite with rainfall shower and Jacuzzi style corner bath. The second bedroom has built in wardrobes and en-suite bathroom with shower. The three further bedrooms are all doubles, the third having built in wardrobes, and have access to the substantial family bathroom.
The property is approached via a private road leading to the part block paved, part gravel driveway which has plenty of parking. There is a double garage with power and lighting. the front garden is mature and mainly laid to lawn. The terrace to the front is raised and has delightful views across the valley. The rear garden has been completely landscaped and is arranged over 3 tiers. A sheltered seating area has been built into one of the tiers to create a fantastic space for BBQ's and outdoor entertaining. The rear garden is particularly well stocked with a range of plants and specimen trees. Mature hedge rows border the garden providing plenty of privacy.
Stourpaine is a delightful village located on the Northern bank of the River Stour. The village amenities include the Church of
the Holy Trinity with its 15th Century Tower, an excellent
pub - The White Horse, which incorporates a small post
office and village store selling many daily essentials. There is
also fantastic playing fields and tennis club. Hod Hill is an
iron age hill fort dating back to 500 BC and is great for
walking and wildlife pursuits. The North Dorset Trailway
runs through the village, connecting Blandford and
Sturminster Newton and runs for approximately 9 miles.
The nearby market towns of Blandford, Shaftesbury and
Wimborne are all within easy motoring distance offering a
comprehensive range of shops, schools, leisure, entertainment and sporting facilities.
The A303 is approximately 12 miles to the north. Main line
stations at Gillingham, Tisbury and Salisbury (connecting to
London, Waterloo in approx 2 hours). Regional airports at Bournemouth, Bristol and Southampton.