A very charming period stone cottage, listed Grade II, with immense character, pretty rear garden and conveniently situated within the town centre.
22 Bell Street is a charming cottage dating back to the 18th Century and is listed Grade II as being of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. The property has been updated and extended in recent years whilst retaining a wealth of original features.
The accommodation comprises entrance hall, delightful beamed sitting room with inglenook stone fireplace, woodburning stove and flagstone hearth, exposed wooden floorboards, kitchen, dining room with patio doors to the rear garden, downstairs cloakroom, main bedroom with exposed Elm floorboards, built in wardrobe and built in bed frame, bathroom with free standing roll top bath and shower over, to the second floor is another good sized bedroom with exposed ceiling beams and Elm floorboards.
To the rear of the property is a paved pathway with border alongside containing shrubs and flowers and leading to a very pretty enclosed garden with a small lawn adjoining a paved terraced with pergola over, flower and shrub borders. There is also a small stone built store, further shed and a good sized timber built summer house with power.
Bell Street is a charming street of mainly period houses and cottages which lies parallel to the High Street and within a few minutes' walk of the town centre. Shaftesbury is a picturesque and historic market town which has a wide range of facilities for most everyday needs together with a modern health centre, small hospital, library and arts centre. One of the predominant features of the town is the panoramic views over the surrounding country which can be enjoyed from various vantage points around the town.