This delightful character property forms part of a terrace formerly known as the Hardy Memorial Cottages, which underwent a major programme of reconstruction and refurbishment in 1976. Number 184 has been in the current ownership since 1997 and has been well maintained. It is set within the village conservation area in a delightful location close to the Red Lion pub/restaurant. Sturminster Marshall is well served by local amenities including shops, a post office, a pharmacy, pubs, a First School and a golf course.
Connected to all mains service, the property has gas central heating. The ground floor accommodation comprises an entrance hall, a cloakroom with under stairs storage cupboard, a charming, dual aspect living room with beamed ceiling and brick inglenook fireplace and a kitchen fitted with a range of units, worktops, gas hob, cooker hood, electric oven, space for upright fridge-freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine, Glow Worm gas boiler, and door to the rear garden. There are 3 first floor bedrooms and a shower room (formerly a bathroom.)
The cottage fronts directly onto Church Street. A vehicular access at the end of the terrace leads to parking directly behind the property where there is a garage/workshop (with up-and-over door, lighting and power points, and pitched roof providing ample eaves storage space) in an adjacent block. The rear garden enjoys a southerly aspect and has a patio, a large lawn, flower and shrub borders, and rear gate.
Directions: From Wimborne, proceed towards Blandford on the B3082, into the avenue of trees beside Badbury Rings. Turn left, signposted to Sturminster Marshall and follow the road to the end. Turn left into Mill Lane, and proceed past White Mill and over the bridge. As you enter Sturminster Marshall, proceed around the left hand bend, and 184 Church Street can be found on the left hand side, opposite the church.
Council Tax Band: D
EPC: Exempt due to Listed status.
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN