5' 9'' x 14' 11'' (1.75m x 4.55m)
On entering the property you are greeted by a wide and spacious entrance hall with original flagstone flooring throughout, stairway leading to the upstairs and access to all ground floor accommodation.
From Top O' Town roundabout
Exit the roundabout onto The Grove/B3147
Turn right onto Westleaze
Turn left onto Piddle Ln
Turn left onto Long St
Turn right onto Duck St
Destination will be on the right
13' 6'' x 11' 1'' (4.12m x 3.39m)
Immediately on your right is the third reception room which is currently utilised as a study with a feature stone fireplace. There is a large front aspect sash window allowing in plenty of light throughout the day.
14' 11'' x 13' 5'' (4.55m x 4.10m)
On the left is the second reception room which is currently utilised as a second sitting room. There is a large feature fireplace with gas fire with an ornate wooden mantle and a large fitted bookshelf. This room offers a variety of uses and would make an excellent room for entertaining guests or as a dining room.
27' 4'' x 20' 8'' (8.33m x 6.30m)
The first reception room, currently used a sitting room, was a former antique shop and retains the large front aspect windows and a second entrance door. There is ample space for a sofa suite, and a feature wood burner on a stone hearth creates a bright but cozy environment.
14' 2'' x 12' 2'' (4.31m x 3.7m)
At the rear of the property you have the breakfast room connected to the kitchen. This room benefits from further space for entertaining and has a feature exposed cob wall, skylights and rear windows overlooking the garden. Its location next to the kitchen makes it ideal for families looking for an open plan space. There is access from the breakfast room to the downstairs WC and further storage space including a large storage cupboard providing excellent space for household appliances.
12' 0'' x 10' 10'' (3.66m x 3.31m)
The kitchen is located through an old stable door connected to the family room and offers a range of wall and base units with a roll top work surface over, stainless steel dual sink with chrome mixer tap over, built-in low level Indesit electric cooker, four point Zanussi electric hob, space for fridge freezer and a fitted dishwasher.
8' 2'' x 4' 11'' (2.50m x 1.51m)
The utility room is situated off of the kitchen and provides excellent space for a washing machine and tumble dryer, and also contains the Worcester oil boiler which was installed approximately five years ago. This room also gives direct access through to the garden.
21' 7'' x 17' 5'' (6.58m x 5.31m)
The master bedroom is located above the old shop and benefits from dual aspect windows creating a nice and bright area. It has a recently refurbished en suite comprising a low level WC with hidden cistern, vanity unit wash hand basin with mosaic tiled border with lighted mirror over containing shaving points, walk-in shower with rainfall shower head, heated towel rail and slate tiles. There is a balcony accessed through the master bedroom, providing excellent space to sit outside in the summer months. An alcove provides excellent storage space and is currently used as a wardrobe, there is a cast iron feature fireplace with wooden mantlepiece.
13' 6'' x 11' 10'' (4.12m x 3.60m)
This is situated at the other end of the property and offers ample space for a double bed. There is a chimney breast with fitted wardrobe into the alcove, along with a feature wall papered wall and a large wooden sash window and window seat.
14' 11'' x 9' 5'' (4.55m x 2.86m)
This room provides ample space for a double bed and benefits from a feature window seat, feature fireplace, sash windows, with loft access from this room and further built-in storage.
11' 1'' x 9' 10'' (3.39m x 2.99m)
This room contains further space for a double bed and would make an excellent guest bedroom. There is space for free-standing storage and frosted glass window over the stairway allowing in extra light.
6' 4'' x 6' 3'' (1.92m x 1.9m)
The bathroom is situated at the extension at the rear of the property and is separated by a wooden panel wall with one side comprising a free-standing roll top bath, pedestal wash hand basin, wall mounted medicine cabinet, rear aspect window and the second side comprising the high level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. The airing cupboard is situated in this room and provides ample storage space for bed linen and towels.
The rear garden is mostly laid to patio with plenty of seating space and a newly gravelled area offering excellent space for barbeques and entertaining in the summer. There is direct access from the garden to the garage which benefits from a one and a half size up and over door and, being on the corner, offers plenty of storage space and potential use as a workshop and/or outbuilding. The garage benefits from power and lighting and has recently been fitted with a new roof. There is also a solid built wood store providing an excellent space for storing logs for the wood burner and is enclosed by a wooden door.
Total Floor Area
Approximately 211msq (self calculated)
Cerne Abbas is a village and civil parish in the county of Dorset. It lies in the West Dorset administrative district in the Cerne Valley in the Dorset Downs. The village of Cerne Abbas grew up around Cerne Abbey, which was founded there in AD 987 and attracts many tourists, who are drawn by the Cerne river, streets lined with historic stone houses, the Abbey, the Giant, and various events including a classical music festival. The village has a local first school, a post office, three historic public houses, tearooms and a number of other shops. It is notable as the location of the Cerne Abbas Giant, a chalk figure of a giant naked man on a hillside, owned by the National Trust, thought by many to be an Iron Age fertility symbol but, as it is unlikely that the monks of Cerne Abbey would have tolerated such a figure, and with no records before the 17th century, this cannot be confirmed.