Margaret Place Dorchester Dorset DT1
£365,000 Guide Price
Accommodation comprises: storm porch into entrance hall, a window to the front allows natural light to reach the lower stairs and hall. From the hall a door opens into the sitting room with window overlooking the garden and feature chimney breast. Returning to the hall door opens into the kitchen and dining area, contemporary cabinets include pan, cutlery and utensil drawers, storage cupboards and integrated appliances, including; induction hob with glass and steel circular hood over, integrated oven and microwave, a fridge, and a dishwasher. A recessed sink sits beneath the front aspect window. French windows open from the dining area to the rear garden. From the kitchen, door opens to the utility room with double cabinet, space for washing machine, sink and drainer, window to rear and door opening to the garden. Separate shower room with contemporary tiled shower enclosure, basin and WC, with window to front.
Stairs from the entrance hallway rise to the first-floor landing, a front aspect window allows natural light for the stairs and landing, loft access with wooden pull-down ladder. There are three double bedrooms, the second of which is dual aspect and features built in wardrobe-storage. There is a lovely modern bathroom suite comprising bath with handheld shower attachment, basin over two drawer vanity unit, and WC, the room features vinyl flooring and half tiled walls.
Outside to the front there is a large gravel driveway with parking for several vehicles and a well-stocked plant border to the boundary edge. To the side there is a gate which offers pedestrian access to the rear garden. The extensive rear garden has been landscaped, to include various areas of interest and different spaces of usability which include a lawn, shrub and plant borders, patio area and gravel areas.
The property is situated in a popular residential location, just a short walk from The Thomas Hardye School and Dorchester Middle School. Dorchester town centre is only a 10-minute walk and boasts many modern facilities, whilst being steeped in history. The town has strong links to the author Thomas Hardy whose cottage is situated in a nearby hamlet, and also boasts amazing historic sites such as Maiden Castle on the outskirts and a Roman amphitheatre close to the Town Centre. It has a thriving high street with a range of national and independent shops, cinema, cafes, restaurants, pubs and churches and several supermarkets. Brewery Square offers a further range of restaurants, cafes, shops, Art Gallery and another cinema. Dorchester is also home to the Dorset County Hospital and schools with outstanding reputations including Manor Park First School and St Osmonds Middle School which are both within catchment and walking distance. Dorchester has fantastic transport connections with Dorchester South train station connecting directly to London and the South East, while Dorchester West takes you to Bristol and Bath directions and beyond.
Freehold. EPC: D. Council Tax: C. All mains' services are connected. Superfast Broadband available.
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