A most DELIGHTFUL semi-detached 3 bedroom family home set in the DESIRABLE VILLAGE of Iwerne Minster. Arranged over three floors, this traditional BRICK AND FLINT Cottage was built in 2009 and sits in a CORNER PLOT within a private Grove of only 3 other houses.
The Cottage offers just over 1,000 sq ft of accommodation and has an EPC rating of 'C'. With OFF-ROAD PARKING for 2 cars, this wonderful property comes to market in IMMACULATE ORDER having been WELL MAINTAINED by the current owner and offers a CHOICE OF TWO MASTER BEDROOMS with the entire top floor being set aside to a double bedroom and family bathroom. The current MASTER BEDROOM is ENSUITE and has the added benefit of a built in wardrobe recessed to one end and LOVELY VIEWS over the rear garden.
The Cottage EXUDES WARMTH and COMFORT and has a lovely 'feel' about it. You have a separate kitchen with coloured units and BUILT IN APPLIANCES (Dishwasher and Fridge/Freezer), and a LIVING/DINING ROOM with ample space to both entertain and relax beside the OPEN FIRE. NEUTRAL DECOR throughout the property gives the most wonderful feel of LIGHT AND SPACE. A central staircase gives a focal point on entry and with a very useful DOWNSTAIRS CLOAKROOM, the property is everything a small family, couple or singleton could ask for.
The rear garden is private and faces due north creating a sun trap in the Summer evenings and is mostly laid to lawn, with a PATIO AREA for Alfresco Dining immediately outside the living room patio doors. To the side of the house there is space for a LARGE SHED, storage area and the 1200 litre oil tank that provides central heating to the property.
Iwerne Minster is a very popular North Dorset Village that lies on the edge of the Blackmore Vale and has an Award Winning Village Shop, popular Pub, friendly community and is also home to Clayesmore Public School. Ash Grove is WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE of all the amenities in the Village whilst being within an EASY COMMUTE by car, to the towns of Shaftesbury to the North and the Georgian Market Town of Blandford Forum to the South.