A delightful, well maintained 3 bedroom, 3 reception room terraced cottage featuring an attic room with outstanding views over open countryside, for sale with NO FORWARD CHAIN.
Elham Court is a group of 11 cottages set in a most attractive enclave about half a mile from the centre of Farnham and within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It was originally a private farmhouse and, later, a school in the mid-19th century. The famous archaeologist, General Augustus Pitt-Rivers adopted the building in late Victorian times and it was used as his museum. In the 1980s, the main building was converted into 3 private houses, and the galleries, to the rear, were converted into further character homes. Rushmore Cottage has a most attractive appearance, with mainly rendered elevations under a tiled roof. It is connected to mains electricity and water and has a private drainage system and an LPG heating system.
A covered entrance porch leads to a lobby, a cloakroom and a reception hall. The lounge has 2 window seats, 2 arched alcoves and a wood burner. An open archway leads to a dining room, from which a double glazed patio door opens to a large rear conservatory with French doors to the garden. The kitchen has recently been re-fitted with an excellent range of units and worktops, Lamona gas hob, cooker hood above, Lamona electric double oven, integrated dishwasher and fridge-freezer. There is a separate utility room with under stairs cupboard, Belfast sink, appliance space, wall mounted Worcester LPG gas boiler, and full height shelved cupboards. The first floor landing has an airing cupboard, 3 bedrooms and a family bath/shower room with a modern white suite. A staircase leads to a large attic room with sloping ceiling, access to eaves storage cupboard, and outstanding rural views.
There is an allocated parking space and a nearby garage with an up-and-over door and a pitched roof providing attic storage space (with retractable ladder). The large rear garden adjoins open countryside and has a terrace, steps to a raised lawn, well stocked flower and shrub beds, a timber shed, a wood store and a rear gate to a grass access track.
Directions: From Wimborne, proceed north on the Wimborne to Cranborne Road (B3078) for about 5 miles. Turn left at the Horton Inn, signposted the Gussages. Proceed for about 4 miles. On reaching the Blandford to Salisbury Road (A354), proceed straight across, signposted Farnham. Take the first turning on the left hand side and, after approximately half a mile, Elham Court can be seen on the right hand side. Take the second entrance, park by the hedge on the left, and Rushmore Cottage is the second cottage on the left, opposite a row of garages.
Council Tax Band: D
EPC Rating: F
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN