Millers Cottage was built in 1998 with stone elevation under a wired thatch roof, and embodies the visual charm of the quintessential Dorset cottage, together with accommodation and facilities in line with 21st Century needs. It has been owned by the present owners since new, and in 2010 they embarked on a programme of extension and refurbishment. Work included an extension to provide a Study or separate Dining Room, replacement of all the sanitary ware, recessed ceiling lighting, oak flooring to the principle reception areas, and the refitting of the kitchen to a very high standard with an excellent range of quality appliances and an unusually well grained and coloured polished granite worktops. It is immaculately presented throughout. On the ground floor, the main Sitting Room has a beamed fireplace with a wood burning stove, and double doors connecting through to a large Study, which in turn has French doors to the garden, and a feature oak truss. On the first floor, the principal bedroom has an ensuite shower room, and the second bathroom has a spa bath with shower, as well as marble tiled flooring and wall tiling; it is quite lovely.
Most of the garden lies to the rear, which is enclosed and for the most part, hard-landscaped for ease of maintenance, and ideal for entertaining. There is a covered log store and direct access to the Double Garage which has a sealed floor, store shelving, Belfast sink with hot and cold water, and plumbing for the washing machine. The garage faces out into a enclosed gravelled courtyard, shared with the neighbouring properties.