Believed to be one of the oldest houses in Beaminster, once a wheelwrights cottage and then the School master's house it is steeped in history and even boasts a tudor fireplace on the first floor. Arranged over three floors and in two parts, the house offers felxible accommodation which could easily be used as a main house with separate living for a relative if required. In need of renovation throughout, the house is a blank canvas to create a home and layout to suit your needs.
Believed to be separate cottages at some stage, this completely detached stone building has been separated into ground floor working accommodation, rated for commercial use, whilst the first floor is arranged as coach house style living with residential use.
This building could be ideal for anyone wishing to start a business from home or moving an existing business to the site to hit the ground running!
An extensive workshop is set in the gardens and offers a large space which has been used for light industrial use and storage. A further stone barn provides garaging or storage as desired. Please see floorplans for dimensions.
The whole plot is set in approximately an acre of land, South facing and sloping down to a stream at the bottom, lined with trees. Of note are the many fruit trees and old variety roses, some of which have been there for over a 100 years.
The private driveway is access from Church street. There is fast broadband already at the property but there is superfast broadband readily available to be connected just beside the main house near the telegraph pole on the drive. Water, drainage, gas and electric are all mains. The property is not listed.
The retaining walls between the property and the church are the responsibility of the church and were rebuilt in recent years.
The property is being sold for probate purposes and probate is currently awaited, though is being applied for shortly.