Hazelbury Bryan Primary School (0.4mi.)
Buckland Newton Church of England School (3.9mi.)
Buckland Newton Church of England Primary School (3.9mi.)
Welcome to Greenacres; a handsome house indeed, with simply the most stunning views. If location is ever important, this truly underpins this. With all principle rooms taking full advantage of uninterrupted views right across the Blackmore Vale, it is easy to see its appeal.
A generous RECEPTION HALL provides a welcoming entrance and immediately you step inside, you see straight through the glazed internal doors of the DINING ROOM through to the Blackmore Vale beyond. Rather magical! The dining room itself has plentiful room for a good size table, although is currently used as a secondary sitting room. The main SITTING ROOM equally enjoys those special views: with a cosy fireplace, the room has double doors into a fully glazed CONSERVATORY - which is more of a 'glass house' with bi-folding doors to extend the living space into the garden. Positioned to drink in the views, this is country living at its best. Adjacent to the sitting room is the STUDY which, again is a generous size room and has an aspect over the front of the property. Passing through the reception hall, where there is also a GUEST CLOAKROOM, you reach the KITCHEN/FAMILY ROOM: the dining area is positioned by the double doors framing the garden and views beyond, and the kitchen area is well-stocked with plentiful cupboard space and with integral appliances including a range cooker with hood above, integrated microwave, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. The UTILITY ROOM is efficiently organised to provide space and plumbing for a washing machine, and space for a tumble dryer. There is both a door leading outside and also an internal door to the attached garage (mentioned at a later stage).
On the FIRST FLOOR, there are FOUR LARGE DOUBLE BEDROOMS: the Master Bedroom, with a bay window to enjoy the views, has a 'his and hers' dressing area and ENSUITE BATH/SHOWER ROOM, and there is also another bedroom with ENSUITE SHOWER, in addition to the FAMILY BATHROOM.
The garden has been carefully designed to create a wonderful setting from which to take full advantage of the utterly breath-taking views. Colour, shape and form are successfully in evidence and the garden is undoubtedly a feature of this delightful property. A pergola is well positioned to take advantage of the morning sun, and a lower seating area complete with summerhouse is the perfect place to watch the sun lowering in the west. On a practical note there is an area to each side of the property: one which is large enough to discreetly house a caravan, and the other to position the garden shed, oil tank, water butts etc. The driveway has plenty of space for parking and there is a generous DOUBLE GARAGE which usefully has an internal door to the utility room.
A gorgeous village located in the south-west of the beautiful Blackmore Vale over which the property looks. The sense of community is well known and the various village facilities such as the two churches, the school, the shop, the pub and the village hall, the sports fields and allotments, all bring residents together. What the village values are the many rights of way and opportunities to enjoy the surrounding countryside, the general peace and quiet of village life, the ability to see the stars at night away from the lights and pollution of larger towns; the surrounding hills and views out across the rolling countryside of Thomas Hardy's Wessex. All this, whilst enjoying relatively good access to the nearby towns of Sturminster Newton, Blandford Forum and Sherborne.
From the DOMVS Dorchester office turn right at the Top o'Town roundabout and travel down The Grove. Turn right just before the petrol station on to the old Sherborne road; pass by the Sun Inn on the right and continue along this road for approx 9.5miles. As you come down Gales Hill, take the turning right to Buckland Newton (1 ¼ miles). Continue down Gales Hill until it merges with Factory lane and then onto the B3143 to Duntish. Pass through Duntish and then through Pulham till you arrive at King's Stag. At crossroads take right turning to Hazelbury Bryan. Follow The Common till merges with The Causeway. Turn right onto Partway Lane. Bear left onto Wonston. Bear left onto Churchfoot Lane. Woodlands is next on your right. Drive into the Close bearing left.
• Stunning view across Blackmore Vale
• 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms
• Large kitchen/family room
• Very pretty landscaped south-facing rear garden
Room Measurements Please refer to floor plan
Services Mains drainage and electric. Oiled fired central heating.
Local Authority Dorset (North Dorset) Council. Tax band F.
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