Rectory Lane, Puncknowle, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2 9BW
£510,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
The property was the village shop until 2008 when it was converted by the current owners into a wonderful four bedroom family home. The spacious accommodation is spread across three floors and is arranged as follows.

On the ground floor there is a generous kitchen diner which enjoys a double aspect and makes the perfect family room. The kitchen is fully equipped with integral dishwasher, eye level double oven and four ring electric hob with extractor hood over, as well as plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. From the kitchen there is a useful storage cupboard and downstairs WC. Also on the ground floor is a cosy sitting room.

Stairs rise from the hallway to the first floor where the generous proportions are continued into the principal bedroom which enjoys a double aspect and a pleasant view across the village. The room provides ample space for wardrobes and storage and benefits from an ensuite wet-room, with rainfall shower head and is fully tiled. Across the landing is another bedroom which comfortably accommodates a standard double bed but could

make an ideal study. Also on the first floor is the family bathroom, with stone tiles giving the room a luxurious feel, and is fitted with a modern white suite comprising a large corner bath and handheld shower, low level WC and ceramic pedestal sink with mixer taps. There is also a door leading to the garden from this floor.

Continuing to the second floor you arrive at the final two bedrooms. The larger of the two is a generous double room, leaving plenty of space for storage and a desk, as well as built in storage into the eves. There is also a further double bedroom

and a wc and sink off the landing.

The approach to the property is via a large driveway, which comfortably accommodates up to three cars. The garden can be accessed via steps rising from the driveway to a paved patio area which enjoys and south westerly aspect and delightful views across the village and towards the hills beyond, making it an ideal space for alfresco dining in the warmer months. A further set of steps lead to a private and secluded lawned area of garden which abuts the first floor of the property, with borders housing a variety of mature shrubs and vegetation. There is also a large stone garage.

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