Clyffe House, Tincleton, Dorchester DT2


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  • Bedrooms: 2
Offered for sale with no forward chain is this delightful Grade II character cottage, favourably situated within the sought after hamlet of Tincleton. The property offers a great opportunity to acquire a beautifully maintained residence that has been sympathetically renovated and updated by the current owners to create a wonderful home that enjoys an abundance of character and original features. Forming part of the exclusive conversion of Clyffe House, the property benefits from the use of the peaceful communal gardens, a freehold garage and private off road parking.

SituationSituated approximately five miles from the county town of Dorchester, Tincleton is a peaceful and idyllic Dorset village with all the advantages of proximity to major towns with excellent shopping and dining facilities and rail services to London Waterloo (approximately 2.5 hours from Dorchester). Nearby Dorchester is steeped in history enjoying a central position along the Jurassic Coastline and also some of the county's most noted period architecture, all set amongst a beautiful rural countryside. Dorchester offers a plethora of shopping and social facilities. Two cinemas, several museums, History centre, leisure centre, weekly market, many excellent restaurants and public houses and riverside walks. The catchment schools are highly rated and very popular with those in and around the Dorchester area. Doctors, dentist surgeries and the Dorset County Hospital are close by. There are major train links to London Waterloo, Bristol Temple Meads and Weymouth and other coastal towns and villages, and regular bus routes to nearby towns.

Clyffe HouseClyffe House is an imposing building, originally constructed as a single dwelling circa 1850 and converted in the 1980's. The hamlet of Clyffe is accessed via a private driveway and is flanked by mature woodland and gardens. The property in question is annexed to this stately building and forms part of a complex of exclusive courtyard properties.

Accommodation Entrance HallwayEntrance is gained via a spacious hallway that sets the tone for the rest of the property, with generous room sizes and plentiful natural light creating an open and spacious feel. The hallway houses stairs that rise to the first floor, offers a useful storage cupboard and provides access to both principal rooms.

Sitting Room (4.60m x 3.94m (15'01" x 12'11"))An impressive sitting room enjoying generous dimensions and receives plentiful natural light via dual aspect windows. The room is tastefully finished in neutral decor and offers beautiful solid oak flooring and a wonderful feature fireplace that compliments the style of the property perfectly.

Kitchen/Diner (3.48m x 3.07m (11'05" x 10'01"))The kitchen is a true feature of the property, recently fitted with a comprehensive range of modern wall and base level units that provide ample storage options with granite work surface over. There is a Belfast sink unit and space is provided for appliances. The room is finished with limestone tiled flooring, part tiled walls and cabinet lighting.

First FloorStairs rise to a spacious landing that provides access to all first floor accommodation.

BedroomsThe property benefits from two generous double bedrooms. Both bedrooms offer a wall mounted radiator and receive plentiful natural light. The principal bedroom benefits from an abundance of fitted storage options, a dual facing aspect and a high ceiling that creates an open and spacious feel.

Bedroom One (4.60m x 3.18m (15'01" x 10'05")) Bedroom Two (3.63m x 2.79m (11'11" x 9'02"))

Shower RoomThe shower room has been fitted with luxury in mind, offering a suite comprising a low level wc, a vanity wash hand basin and a shower cubicle. The room is tastefully finished with limestone tiled flooring, inset lighting and a heated towel rail. A rear aspect double glazed opaque window provides the room with natural light.

OutsideThe large of expanse of peaceful communal gardens are accessed from the courtyard with lawns, shrubberies, a woodland area and a number of seating and patio areas. The views look out across the wide expanse of the Frome valley stretching around from Hardyes monument to the Lulworth ranges. Woodland and countryside walks are immediately available from the property in this unique rural setting. The house comes with the rare benefit of a single garage and private off road parking is available to the rear of the property.

ServicesMains electricity and water are connected. Shared septic tank.

Oil fired central heating.

Satellite is available also.

Agents NotesThere is an annual garden and shed maintenance fee of £37pcm

There is a septic tank maintenance cost of approximately £260 per annum Inc a sinking fund

Local AuthoritiesDorset Council,

South Walks House,

South Walks Road, Dorchester,



Tel: We are advised that the council tax band is D

ViewingsStrictly by appointment with the sole agents:

Parkers Property Consultants and Valuers Tel: Covid-19 - Please note that viewings can only be offered to clients in a position to proceed to purchase and are undertaken with strict safety measures in place.

Arrange viewing 01305 458008

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