A useful enclosed entrance porch gives access to the sitting room and provides space to hang coats and store muddy boots! The sitting room is semi-open plan to the dining room, which can also be used as an office space. An impressive inglenook fireplace lines one wall with a wood-burning stove to enjoy during the colder months.
The kitchen is at the rear of the property with doors straight out to the garden. An inner lobby provides a useful storage area which leads into the utility room and a downstairs WC.
Upstairs are two spacious double bedrooms, a third smaller double bedroom and separate family bathroom. The rear bedroom enjoys lovely views of surrounding countryside.
A detached oak framed and timber clad annexe in the garden provides an open-plan room, shower room and mezzanine storage. Vaulted to the roof, this is a wonderfully light and airy room with picture windows onto the garden. It would make an ideal office, artist studio, gym, additional bedroom or could potentially be let out to generate an income.
The garden is mainly walled and South West facing, making it a real sun trap and offering much privacy with plenty of room for storage sheds and to create a kitchen garden. It is completely enclosed by walling and fencing making it very secure for children or pets.
Parking is found on the driveway for one car. with an additional area in front of the house for free parking on the lane.
There is a small grassed area to the left of the driveway which belongs to the local farm. There is a well supplying water to some of the cottages along the lane on this small area. The farm comes to maintain and check the water supply from time to time.
Mains Water and Drainage
Oil fired central heating and wood burning stove.
The property falls withing an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Conservation area.
The pretty village of Frampton lies about 5 miles North West of the County Town of Dorchester in the picturesque Frome Valley, a conservation area. The River Frome flows through the village from West to East along the meadows dividing the village between Frampton and Southover. The well-equipped village hall hosts many annual events. St Mary's Church lies at the centre of the village and hosts regular services and Weddings. Frampton is a thriving village with a real community feel at its heart. There are excellent walking routes from the village, as well as excellent cycle paths being right on the National Cycle Network. A school bus picks up children who attend one of the middle schools in Dorchester and later to Thomas Hardye School which has an excellent reputation. A main line station to Waterloo runs regular services from Dorchester South.