The Property is entered via a wooden part glazed door into the entrance hallway. Stairs rise to the first floor, Exposed handmade brickwork and wood panelling adorn one wall. Doors to the kitchen, snug and dining room.
13' 3'' x 12' 6'' (4.04m x 3.81m)
Well appointed room with a window to the front. Pretty feature fireplace with tiled surround and hearth.
26' 1'' x 12' 9'' (7.94m x 3.88m)
A very spacious and attractive room with a wood-effect flooring, two windows to the front aspect and French doors leading to the Drawing Room.
21' 5'' x 16' 0'' (6.52m x 4.87m)
With an attractive outlook to the rear of the property over the terrace, to the gardens beyond, the Drawing Room has a window and French doors to the garden. Lovely, brick fireplace is found at one end with a sealed bread oven, and slate hearth. Wood-effect flooring.
16' 4'' x 16' 4'' (4.97m x 4.97m)
With stone, tiled flooring this beautiful solid-wood kitchen hosts a range of matching wall and base units with a polished granite worktop. A traditional Farm House kitchen, with the Range cooker located at the centre of the room, a 1 1/2 Belfast sink is positioned below a window with views overlooking the gardens. Door to the terrace and gardens beyond.
Boot Room, Utility and Larder
Conveniently located just off the kitchen, with space for washing machine and tumble dryer. The room offers a range of built in, full length cupboards. Window to the side aspect.
With stone, tiled flooring the cloakroom suite is fitted with wash-hand basin and WC. The cloakroom houses the 'Camray' Oil fired boiler. Window to side aspect and extractor fan.
Staircase and Landing
At the top of the stairs is a very spacious landing area, which could be used as a study space, or even an occasional bedroom.
Master Bedroom and Ensuite
13' 7'' x 13' 5'' (4.14m x 4.09m)
The large, master bedroom has a range of built in wardrobes to one wall and a window to the front aspect. The En-Suite Bathroom is fitted with a panelled bath, low-level WC and wash hand basin.
13' 6'' x 10' 0'' (4.11m x 3.05m)
With views to the front and side of the house, a lovely light bedroom with carpeted floor.
The double-aspect and very generously proportioned family bathroom is with panelled bath, low-level WC and wash hand basin. With possibilities of installing a shower in the room (subject to necessary consents) the room has a sloping ceiling and views over the gardens and neighbouring farmland.
Bedroom three with Ensuite
13' 3'' x 9' 0'' (4.04m x 2.74m)
Double room with a window to the front aspect and laminate floor coverings. The En-Suite Shower Room is fitted with a shower cubicle, low-level WC and wash hand basin. With door accessing the Second Floor/Attic.
12' 6'' x 9' 0'' (3.81m x 2.74m)
The smallest of the bedrooms, yet still a double, sits at the back of the house with a pleasant outlook over the gardens. Carpeted floor.
Gardens and Grounds
The gardens are located at the rear of the house and are mainly laid to lawn, yet with a deep, paved terrace offering a sunny area for alfresco dining. The lawns stretch out in an Easterly direction and a range of mature trees and shrubs adorn the borders. With both flower and herb gardens there is also a useful Hamstone outbuilding for garden storage or indeed to house some chickens.
A small paddock beyond the garden is the perfect space for a small holding, or grazing.
Outbuildings and Courtyard
Forming a courtyard is a large stable, stone outbuilding, two garages and a large workshop (please see floorplan for individual dimensions) There is ample parking in the courtyard which is accessed via the gated driveway.
A small paddock next to the garden is the perfect space for a small holding, or grazing.
Beaminster is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with the Jurassic Coast a designated World Heritage Site only a 15-minute drive away.
The old town of Beaminster is formed around its central square and serviced by an excellent selection of independent boutique shops, fruit & veg shop, traditional butcher, mini supermarket, beauty salons, cafe's, doctors’ surgeries, book shop. hardware store, two pubs and high-end restaurants and a country house hotel, to name but a few!
There is much to explore and enjoy in and around Beaminster which is a thriving community holding many events, such as arts week and open garden schemes throughout the year. Fantastic walking in the rolling hills around the town is abundant with many footpaths and trails to explore. A great choice of independent schools is available nearby from pre-prep right through to six form and the property is within a mile of Beaminster school.
The driveway is owned by Lower Barrowfield Farm, and there will be a right of access for Buglers across the driveway through the gates at the end. This will be rarely used, and Buglers will make contact before using the access to move machinery.
The property has mains water, Oil fired central heating. The property uses a modern sewerage treatment system which belongs to Buglers. It may be possible to add the property to mains drainage if preferred after purchase.