A modern stone built four bedroom property with double garage and enclosed rear garden in the ever popular village of Thornford.
- Off Road Parking
- Double Garage
The Agents Says.....
4, Sarum is a smart, well-presented property with a family-friendly, practical layout; the dining room adjoins the kitchen, the spacious sitting room opens out to the rear garden, and upstairs the rooms are well proportioned for a growing family. The house is ready to move into but has plenty of potential to add your own stamp over time.
Entering the property, stairs rise to the first floor on the left and there is a WC to the right. Doors lead off the hall to the kitchen, dining room and sitting room. The kitchen is a good size with a G-shaped layout that provides a generous amount of work surface, storage and a small breakfast bar. An archway connects the bright utility room which has a sink, work surface, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tall fridge-freezer.
A half-glazed door opens to the side of the property and the rear garden. Adjoining the kitchen is the dining room which comfortably accommodates a 6-8 seat table. At the end of the hall is the large, light double-aspect sitting room which has a stone fireplace with wood burning stove and sliding doors out to the patio.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, a small single bedroom/office and the family bathroom. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room and bedrooms 2 and 3 benefit from built-in wardrobes. There is also a large storage cupboard on the landing.
Gardens and Grounds
A paved path flanked by smartly clipped low level hedging leads to the front door with low maintenance gravel and shrubs abutting the house. A pedestrian gate next to the front door gives access to the rear garden and side entrance via the utility room. Pretty borders surround the lawned rear garden which is fully enclosed by fencing. Shrubs and taller trees, including two palm trees, provide privacy. A path along the back of the house leads to a patio outside the sitting room, perfect for summer evenings.
Thornford is a thriving, highly sought after village, surrounded by delightful Dorset countryside. Amenities include: post office stores, public house, church, outstanding primary school and village hall, as well as many community activities. Historic Sherborne is c. 3.5 miles away and has a comprehensive range of shops, educational and cultural facilities and a regular mainline train service to London Waterloo. Trains to Bristol/Bath and Weymouth pass through a halt station at Thornford. The regional centre, Yeovil, is a short drive away and Dorchester and the Jurassic Coast lie to the south.
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Electric night storage heating.
Dorset Council Band E
EPC Rating D