Work local? Live Local? This is a chance to have a garden and home in a quiet location. Owner says "Such a great project for another family to finish, the garden is big enough to grow your own veg and the view is peaceful too." Freehold
Welcome to Dyets Cottages, an exciting opportunity to refurbish and create an engaging family home in the heart of the friendly rural village of Bloxworth.
Built in the 1950's, this is a generous and practical home. Your front door opens into a bright and airy ENTRANCE HALL with a tiled floor.
The KITCHEN is a room full of natural light, with windows to the side and front (and a utility door too). There are very tidy matching, white base and eye level wall units and smart Bosch™ dishwasher, New World ™ induction hob and Bosch™ oven. Passing through the kitchen, you are led into a small brick-built extension housing a separate W.C., a good-sized storeroom and UTILITY area housing the oil - fired boiler, space for washer/dryer and freezer.
The DINING ROOM has a central fireplace with a slate hearth. It is a comfortable room and has lots of views of the garden. There are French doors, which open into the cosy SNUG/FAMILY ROOM and the large bay windows overlook the rear garden.
The GARDEN ROOM, of quarter height brick construction, opens onto the garden. Double doors open out to a wonderful south facing aspect and a timber decked area with rails wrapping around the garden room. With a bit of TLC, this decked area could create a large seating area for enjoying a morning coffee and an all-weather children’s play space.
The large window on the landing, creates the same sense of space and light experienced throughout the house.
There is a large family BATHROOM, which has a contemporary style bath tub with waterfall central mixer tap, a large separate shower enclosure, wash hand basin and W.C. It has recently been tiled, floor to ceiling.
The first DOUBLE BEDROOM is ready for personalising. It has a built-in cupboard and fabulous views out over the rear garden and fields beyond. The PRINCIPAL BEDROOM is filled with natural light and is generous in size. The third BEDROOM has captivating views over to St Andrews Church.
This house has a Section 157 covenant. The Council will seek evidence that the purchaser has lived or worked in the area for a period, before applying to buy the property. Section 157 properties are restricted to use as a principal residence and not as a second or holiday home.
Is it your dream to develop outdoor family living, with vegetable beds and fruit trees in a peaceful setting, where there is also a magnificent space for an annex or home office? This garden is the one for you!
From the front garden, shielded from the road by a hedge, there is parking and a decorative wrought iron side gate, which leads into the rear garden.
Steps from the decking lead into a wonderfully enclosed shingle garden with mature planting. Assorted container grown specimens create a delightful space for entertaining and enjoying family evenings and barbecue suppers.
From here the garden opens out onto a glorious, green vista, with great views over open fields and distant views of Bloxworth Heath and the Purbeck Hills in the far distance.
Currently there are 2 large garden sheds and a full sized polytunnel.
At the end of Church Lane, there is direct access to The Hardy Way leading west towards Bere Regis. The Hardy Way is a long-distance walking route that explores the Wessex of author Thomas Hardy. It covers some 200miles both inland and the along the coast.
Located on the edge of the very pretty village of Bloxworth and set within lovely Dorset countryside. Off the beaten track but within proximity of the A35 and links to Poole/Bournemouth and Dorchester.
There is a very friendly and active Village Club founded in 1960, housed in the old village school, with a varied social programme. In the centre of the village is Saint Andrews Church. Bloxworth Heath is part of Wareham Forest which has several acres of walks and cycle paths.
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|Room Measurements|| Please refer to floor plan.|
|Services|| Mains drainage, electric & oil fired central heating.|
|Local Authority|| Dorset (Purbeck) Council. Tax band C.|
|Lettings|| Our Lettings Department is available to provide experienced assistance should this be relevant to your purchase.|
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