Guide price £200,000
- No Outside Space
- End of Terrace
- View EPC Rating
A delightfully lovely period cottage located in a popular town address and within walking distance of everyday amenities. Boasting plenty of character features such as flagstone flooring, fireplaces and open beams. No onward chain.
Although there is no outside space with the property, Hurst Cottage is within short distance of country walks and rural open spaces.
Gold Street is a very popular residential road in the heart of Stalbridge, with many interesting architectural period properties and is designated a Conservation Area. This small town provides a good range of local amenities catering for most daily needs including a supermarket, doctors and dentist surgeries, library, primary school, post office, church and public house. The town is situated in the heart of the renowned Blackmore Vale, and is surrounded by some of Dorset's finest countryside. Other nearby towns providing further amenities include Sherborne, Shaftesbury, Sturminster Newton and Blandford, whilst the regional centre of Yeovil is within commuting distance. There are mainline railway stations at both Templecombe to the north, Gillingham and Sherborne; all of which provide a regular service to London Waterloo. The area is also well known for a good variety of schools in both the state and independent sectors.