2 BED Semi-detached house Sold

£360,000 Guide Price

Dorset

Owner comments, "The minute I stepped inside it felt so warm and inviting. I've loved every minute of living here, and the village is a wonderful community to be part of."

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Inside

Welcome to West Lane Cottage, the sort of home which throws its arms around you such is its embrace as you walk through the front door.

Greeted in the SITTING ROOM by a cosy inglenook fireplace, you would be forgiven for thinking you had stepped inside an old cottage with all its associated history. Instead, this is a home which was constructed in the 1980’s and so has all the benefits of a modern-build, and yet still retaining the essential atmosphere of a period home. From this room, you have glimpses of the rear courtyard through a set of glazed double doors which lead to the KITCHEN. The kitchen is bigger than expected as it tucks around the corner. It is both functional and charming with a range of painted cabinetry under a solid timber work surface giving it a country air. On a practical note it has a tiled floor, and appliances which include a double oven with induction hob - above which is an extractor hood. There is also an under-counter fridge, freezer, integral dishwasher and washer/dryer. Glazed double doors lead to the pretty courtyard garden giving it a seamless flow when entertaining in the warmer months. Offset to the kitchen is the GUEST CLOAKROOM, and also a door to the adjacent DINING ROOM (which can also be accessed from the sitting room). This flexible room could be used as an additional bedroom if required and overlooks the front of the property.

On the FIRST FLOOR landing is an airing cupboard and also doors to the PRINCIPAL BEDROOM which has a fitted wardrobe and an ENSUITE SHOWER with a large shower cubicle, close-coupled WC and pedestal wash-hand basin. BEDROOM TWO also has a fitted wardrobe, and the BATHROOM is neatly adjacent with its partly panelled painted walls, and traditional suite providing a panelled bath, pedestal wash-hand basin and close-coupled W.C. All is beautifully presented.

Outside

The courtyard garden is creatively designed with an 'outside room' very much in mind and provides an engaging backdrop for entertaining. Leafy interest, and a south-easterly aspect adds to the appeal. There is also a generously sized timber garden shed. Two paved PARKING SPACES lie to one side of the house and there is plentiful on-road parking in this location.

Location

Piddlehinton, which is known for its predominantly period properties sits within the well-regarded Piddle Valley. The village itself has a quaint and popular public house, The Thimble, and also a microbrewery, the Dorset Piddle Brewery. The ancient church of St Mary's stands in the centre. Nearby Piddletrenthide has a school, store/post office, The county town of Dorchester, approx. 6 miles, has a wide range of facilities including a mainline railway station (London/Waterloo), sports centre, junior and senior schools and many cultural and leisure facilities.

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Tenure: Freehold

Local Authority: Dorset (West Dorset) Council

Council tax band: D

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