West Stafford is approximately three miles to the east of the County town of Dorchester. The village has clubs and associations that one would expect to find in an active community along with a 15th century church. Lower Bockhampton, the birthplace of Thomas Hardy and Puddletown Forest are nearby. The surrounding countryside is crossed by numerous footpaths alongside the River Frome and on the coast. The south Dorset Jurassic Coastline is accessible at various places such as Lulworth Cove and Osmington Mills, whilst a little further afield there are other places of interest such as Hardys Monument, Portland Bill, Chesil Beach and Lyme Regis. The County town of Dorchester has many interesting shops, specialist retailers and family businesses, as well as train links to London Waterloo and Bristol Temple Meads.
Entrance is gained via a hallway that sets the tone for the rest of the property with generous room sizes and plentiful natural light creating a truly spacious feel.
The property boasts a wealth of living accommodation comprising two wonderfully spacious reception rooms both offering an attractive fireplace with wood burning stove. Further living accommodation is gained via a delightful conservatory that takes full advantage of the lovely outlook on to the garden.
The kitchen is well appointed, fitted with a comprehensive range of wall and base level units that provide ample storage options with work surfaces above. The room achieves a great blend of traditional and modern living and benefits from a breakfast bar and an Esse cooker with extractor hood over. Space is provided for additional appliances.
The lovely style and presentation continues to the first floor where there are three good size bedrooms, served by the family bathroom that is tastefully fitted with a suite comprising a low level wc, a wash hand basin, a panel enclosed bath with shower attachment and a separate shower cubicle.
The property is enhanced by its delightful and generously proportioned rear garden which enjoys a southerly facing aspect. The garden is laid predominately to lawn with an area of patio abutting the property that provides the ideal space for alfresco dining. There are a selection of flower beds that house a wide variety of mature plants, trees and shrubs, together with a greenhouse, a log store and a timber shed. There is a single garage measuring 21' and further off road parking via a shingled driveway at the front of the property.
5.16m max x 3.48m (16'11" max x 11'05")
3.91m x 2.90m (12'10" x 9'06")
4.55m x 3.99m (14'11" x 13'01")
3.38m x 3.15m (11'01" x 10'04")
4.37m x 3.48m (14'04" x 11'05")
3.99m x 3.63m (13'01" x 11'11")
2.87m x 2.72m (9'05" x 8'11")
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Oil fired central heating. Broadband and satellite are available also.
South Walks House, South Walks Road,
Tel: 01305 211970
We are advised that the council tax band is D
Strictly by appointment with the sole agents:
Parkers Property Consultants and Valuers Tel: 01305 340860
COVID-19 - Please note that viewings can only be offered to clients in a position to proceed to purchase and are undertaken with strict safety measures in place.