Dorchester, the county town of Dorset has many large high street stores including Waitrose, Boots and Marks & Spencer, a family run department store, individual boutiques, small local businesses, coffee shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. Dorchester is steeped in history, from its iron age roots and its prominence as Durnovaria in Roman times and is perhaps most celebrated as the fictional Casterbridge in Thomas Hardy's novels, who was also a local resident. Today it is an enviable place to live, full of museums and art galleries with two cinemas, a new multi million pound sports complex, a new library, a large county hospital and many OFSTED "outstanding" rated local schools. There are two main line rail stations with direct links to London and good road links to the nearby coast and beyond.
Communal Entrance Hall
Steps up to the front door which opens into a wide communal hallway. Low rise stairs to the third floor.
Door from the landing into a hallway with a generous utility cupboard housing the washing machine and boiler. Doors to all rooms.
A large dual aspect room with all three windows offering roof top and distant countryside views. The room is light with the original period fireplace and plenty of space for sitting and dining. Square arch to the kitchen.
Gorgeous modern kitchen with wall and base units with integrated appliances including oven, halogen hob, extractor fan, fridge and freezer. Tiled floor and more views from the window.
A large double bedroom, dual aspect with the original period fireplace.
A good sized double bedroom.
A luxurious bathroom with free standing bath, separate double walk in shower, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin with vanity over and heated towel rail.
Accessed from the communal entrance hall, an area at the rear of the property with lawn and path to the private car park.
One allocated car parking space and two shared guest spaces with vehicular access from a back lane and pedestrian access from the communal hallway and garden.
Leasehold: 997 years remaining.
Service Charges: £1370 p.a.
Under the 1979 Estate Agency Act, we are by law required to inform you that the above property is owned by a relation of an employee of The Property Group (2010) trading as Mayfair Town & Country.