Sweetmans Road, Shaftesbury
£170,000 Guide Price
Property SummaryOffered to the market with no onward chain offering strong amounts of accommodation as well as a private garden and a garage.
The North Dorset Saxon hilltop market town of Shaftesbury is famed for the steep cobbled street of Gold Hill, which remains a popular and historic attraction. The town’s rich history reaches back to King Alfred, who founded a nunnery there in 888. Shaftesbury is a delightful, community-oriented town with an attractive and bustling high street. Everyday requirements are catered for by a farmers market, cafés and various retail shops; there is a veterinary practice and good cottage hospital.
Shaftesbury is well connected by road to Gillingham, Salisbury, Sherborne, Warminster and Yeovil, as well as to the south coast. Its proximity to the A303 makes London accessible for the motorist.
Railway stations at Gillingham (4.5 miles) and Tisbury (8 miles) offer frequent, mainline services to London (Waterloo) and the west country. The area’s wide appeal to families is enhanced by the choice of excellent local state and independent schools, which include Shaftesbury, Port Regis, Sherborne, Gillingham and Bryanston. Shaftesbury offers tranquil, glorious countryside with miles of public footpaths and bridleways, and is nestled among a host of traditionally English villages to explore in Blackmore Vale, Cranborne Chase and Wiltshire Downs.
This spacious home, which is in need of updating throughout, is attractively located within a popular residential area of Shaftesbury. The property, which was originally constructed as a three bedroom home, is offered to the market with the added benefit of having no onward chain.
Internally, the property provides a strong amount of accommodation arranged over two floors that comprises of an entrance hall, kitchen/dining room, separate sitting room, conservatory, two / three bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The well-established rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn, with several areas also laid to patio complete with feature planting. In addition is a useful shed and a greenhouse.
The garden is enclosed to all sides with panelled fencing and a rear gate leads to the single garage, with up and over door, which is located within a nearby block.
All mains services are connected.
Dorset Council, Band
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