High Street, Sydling St. Nicholas, Dorchester, Dorset DT2


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
This pretty period cottage is within the conservation area of this popular village and within walking distance of the village pub and the beautiful surrounding countryside.

The entrance door takes you into a delightful sitting room with engineered oak flooring, exposed beams and feature fireplace with wood burning stove.

The kitchen has a range of floor and wall mounted units with solid wood worktops and electric aga. There is also space for an electric oven and further white goods.

Off the kitchen is the dining room which leads through the to a further two reception rooms. The end reception could easily be used as a third bedroom.

Completing the ground floor accommodation is the bathroom which has a suite comprising; w/c, wash hand basin, roll top bath, separate shower and a heated towel rail.

Returning to the sitting room; stairs rise to the first floor where there are two good sized bedrooms which enjoy character features such as deep window sills and exposed beams. The master bedroom also benefits from an en-suite bathroom.

Outside the property has a beautifully maintained garden with colourful well-stocked borders, mature shrubs and trees. The whole garden supports bio-diversity offering a wealth of vegetation and flora to support fauna including butterflies, moths, dragon flies and bees. There is a greenhouse and parking for 2 cars.

37 High Street is situated within the Conservation Area of this unspoilt village which lies in a sheltered chalk valley, surrounded by some beautiful countryside. It is situated towards the centre of the village which has an active community with a village hall, parish church, and the renowned Greyhound public house.

Cerne Abbas is about 2 miles with its acclaimed first school, doctors’ surgery and dispensary, village store, tea room and three public houses. Maiden Newton, about 4 miles to the west, offers a good range of local facilities including a railway station on the Dorchester to Bristol Meads line. Dorchester, Sherborne and Yeovil all have mainline railway connections to London/Waterloo.

There is excellent schooling in the area; state schools in Dorchester include St Osmond’s, Dorchester Middle School and Thomas Hardye; preparatory schools include Sunninghill, Leweston, Perrott Hill and Sherborne; public schools include the Sherborne Schools (boys and girls), Leweston, Bryanston, Clayesmore, Milton Abbey and Canford.

There are a variety of sporting facilities and leisure pursuits in the area, including golf at Sherborne and Dorchester, sailing and water sports along the Jurassic Heritage coastline. The surrounding rolling countryside is accessible from the village via lanes, footpaths and bridleways.

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