The village of Puddletown boasts a range of local facilities, including a wonderful village shop with Post Office, Doctors and vets, a butchers, a book shop, two schools and access to Puddletown forest for walking and mountain biking. The county town of Dorchester is steeped in history enjoying a central position along the Jurassic Coastline and also some of the county's most noted period architecture, all set amongst a beautiful rural countryside. Dorchester offers a plethora of shopping and social facilities including a cinema, County museum, leisure centre, Borough Gardens, a choice of many excellent public houses and restaurants and offers easy access to Bournemouth and the M3. The town has two main employers, namely the Dorset County Hospital and the Dorset County Council. There are major train links to London Waterloo and Bristol Temple Meads and regular bus routes to adjoining towns. It also falls within the catchment area of OFSTED 'outstanding' local schools, including Thomas Hardye.
Entrance to this desirable property is gained via an impressive hallway that sets the tone for the rest of the property, with the vaulted ceiling and galleried landing creating a truly spacious feel.
The stunning open plan kitchen/orangery is a true feature of the property, boasting a social and spacious feel that lends itself perfectly to modern day living. The kitchen offers a comprehensive range of wall and base level units that provide ample storage options together with a generous central island and breakfast bar. The room offers a surround sound music system and bi-folding doors that provide access to the garden.
Also situated on the ground floor is a generous bedroom together with a separate sitting room with wood burner that provides additional living accommodation and a snug, a useful room that offers great versatility.
The stylish presentation continues to the first floor where there are four further bedrooms, the master enhanced by en-suite facilities and ample storage options. There is a further family bathroom, tastefully fitted with a suite comprising a low level wc, a wash hand basin, a panel enclosed bath and a separate shower cubicle.
The property is accessed via its own sweeping driveway that provides a wealth of off road parking. To the rear of the property there is a generous garden that enjoys a southerly facing aspect. The garden is laid predominately to lawn and boasts a kidney shaped heated swimming pool (approximately 25’ in length and 9ft deep). There is a delightful summer house, a Hobbit Hut that houses a barbecue and central firepit, two timber sheds and a brick outbuilding that has been part converted as a holiday let or annex. There is a double garage.
Sitting Room Area
4.22m x 7.87m (13'10 x 25'10)
4.60m x 2.59m (15'01 x 8'06)
Kitchen / Orangery
7.85m x 7.34m (25'09 x 24'01)
3.15m x 6.50m (10'04 x 21'04)
5.84m x 3.48m (19'02 x 11'05)
2.87m x 2.59m (9'05 x 8'06)
6.40m x 4.62m (21'00 x 15'02)
3.45m x 4.57m (11'04 x 15'00)
4.17m x 3.43m (13'08 x 11'03)
4.85m x 2.51m max (15'11 x 8'03 max)
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Gas 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 E
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.