The city of Salisbury, and the coastal resorts of Poole and Bournemouth, all of which have mainline rail links to London, are all easily accessible by road. The property is of traditional construction, with attractive elevations of brick and flint under a tiled roof, and benefits from oil fired central heating (the boiler for which replaced in 2018) and some double glazing.
A gabled entrance porch leads to a reception hall (with fitted wall unit) and cloakroom. The drawing room features an impressive brick fireplace, and French doors to the garden. Glazed double doors open through to a dining room with a large, walk-in storage cupboard, a fitted display unit and a door to the kitchen. An open archway leads to a triple aspect family snug with fitted wall units and French doors to the garden.
The dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room has slate flooring, oak-faced units, gas hob (supplied by Calor Gas bottles,) cooker hood, Neff electric oven and integrated larder fridge, and walkway to the utility room which houses the Worcester oil fired boiler and has a door to outside.
A central staircase leads to the galleried first floor landing which has a loft access. Bedroom 1 has built-in wardrobes, excellent views over the adjacent countryside and an en suite bathroom. Bedroom 2 has fitted wardrobes and dressing table, bedroom 3 has a built-in wardrobe, and bedroom 4 has a fitted double wardrobe and views across the adjacent countryside. There is a family shower room.
A gravel driveway leads to a detached double garage with a pitched roof providing ample eaves storage space, electric up-and-over door, lighting and power points. The garden extends to the side of the property where there is a paved terrace with lawns. An established hedge extends to the rear of the property where there is a large terrace, various shrubs and a compost area. The garden adjoins open countryside and affords a fair degree of seclusion.
RESIDENTS' MANAGEMENT COMPANY: Approx £640 per annum including drainage and sewage treatment, and communal garden maintenance.
Directions: From Blandford, follow the A354 towards Salisbury, proceeding through the village of Pimperne and on to Tarrant Hinton. Turn left, signposted to Tarrant Gunville, and South Farm Close can be found on the right hand side.
Council Tax Band: F
EPC Rating: D
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN