LOWER BLANDFORD ST MARY

£725,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
This substantial family house built in 1955 is set in grounds of approximately two thirds of an acre. The property has four good bedrooms and three reception rooms plus a studio and a study. The Bield is situated in the small village of Blandford St Mary, a little over a mile from the bustling centre of Blandford Forum with its wide variety of amenities.

The property was originally built by the Church Commissioners as a replacement rectory for the village and then subsequently became a private house which has attractive elevations of facing brickwork under a plain clay tiled roof. There is a gas fired central heating system and some of the windows are double glazed. The property is approached via a long tarmacadam driveway and parking area. A panelled front door opens on to an entrance porch and then on to an entrance hall with oak strip flooring. Cloakroom. The sitting room is most attractive with an archway to a deep circular bay which has a casement door to the side garden. Wood burning stove on quarry tiled hearth. The dining room has the reverse of the wood burning stove, parquet flooring and windows to two elevations. There is a delightful snug, again with parquet flooring; brickette fireplace with inset stove, door to conservatory of UPVC double glazed construction. Ceramic tiled flooring. Well proportioned kitchen/breakfast room with ceramic tiled flooring, range of wood painted units. Rear hallway with study off, utility room and boot room. Beyond is a large studio with casement doors to the rear garden. Hatch to secondary roof void. This area has the potential for conversion to an annex.

From the hall a staircase ascends to the first floor landing. The master bedroom has a range of fitted furniture and a bathroom en suite. The second and third bedrooms are both doubles and have fitted wardrobes. Good size fourth bedroom. Well equipped family bathroom. Separate WC.

The property is set in grounds of approximately two thirds of an acre. Two integral garages. The gardens have large areas of lawn, fine specimen trees, paved terraces adjoin the house. Screen beech hedges.

COUNCIL TAX BAND: G EPC RATING: D

AGENTS NOTES: The heating system, mains and appliances have not been tested by Hearnes Estate Agents. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive.

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