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5 bedroom detached house

Broad Oak, Sturminster Newton POA

Key Features

  • Bathrooms: 5
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • En-suites: 2
  • Reception rooms: 3
  • Property age: Modern
  • Floor size: 2884.73 sq ft

Full Description

SITUATION Broad Oak is a good sized hamlet situated on high ground amidst lovely unspoilt countryside half a mile south of the A357. Also located one mile from the old market town of Sturminster Newton which is an interesting Old Market Town and is the most centrally sited of North Dorset’s five principle towns, standing halfway between Blandford Forum and Sherborne in a most delightful setting on the banks of the River Stour and in the heart of the beautiful Blackmore Vale. There is an excellent range of Shops, Inns, Restaurants, Coffee Shops, a Primary School and a Secondary School, Church, Medical Centre and Health Clinic, NHS Dentist, Private Dentist and a modern Leisure Centre. The Exchange is an award winning multi-purpose building offering a community/arts centre. Coarse fishing in the River Stour. Blandford 9 miles, Sherborne 12, Yeovil 17, Dorchester 20, Bournemouth and the South Coast 27 miles. Gillingham 10 miles has a mainline railway station. The A30 is 8 miles and the A303 approximately15 miles.

DESCRIPTION A Wonderful Opportunity to Purchase this Handsome Detached Home Located in a Tucked Away Position on the Edge of Broad Oak Benefitting from Well Presented Accommodation, Driveway Parking for a Number of Vehicles, a Double Garage, Fantastic Well Maintained Grounds & Enjoying Superb Views over the Dorset Countryside.

Bramley is a super property and has been individually designed by the current home owners and built approximately 20 years ago. The property has attractive brick elevations under a tiled roof and is a spacious and well proportioned home. The windows are approximately 5 years old and are UPVC double glazed. Heating is oil fired and individually controlled between the ground and first floor.

The accommodation comprises of an entrance porch which leads through to the spacious reception hall. From the reception hall you have access to all principle rooms and stairs rising to the first floor. The lovely kitchen breakfast room is a welcoming family space and enjoys views over the Blackmore Vale from the bay window. There is a separate utility room off the kitchen with a door to the outside. The sitting room is comfortable and has a beautiful antique cast iron open fireplace, bay window and patio doors opening onto the garden. The dining room is centrally positioned in the property and has sliding doors opening into the hallway and into the conservatory. The conservatory is a bright space enjoying views over the garden and countryside. Other rooms included on the ground floor are a shower room, a cloakroom, a boiler cupboard, an airing cupboard, a store room with recess under the stairs, a double bedroom with an en-suite shower room.

The galleried landing is a particular feature of the property and has a delightful arched window overlooking the front. The master bedroom is a good sized, bright and airy room having a dual aspect and patio doors opening onto the balcony which enjoys fantastic views over the beautiful Blackmore Vale. There is a range of fitted wardrobes and door to the en-suite shower room. There are three further bedrooms, two doubles and one single, all of which enjoy aspects over the garden and countryside. There is a separate shower room and a superb family bathroom. The bathroom benefits from a shower and a fantastic jacuzzi spa bath. There is light and airy snug with a spiral staircase leading up to the office and has access onto the balcony. From the landing there are stairs leading up to the second floor office which is a great space with 2 velux windows.

Outside: there is a substantial gravelled driveway which provides plenty of parking and turning space for a number of vehicles. There is a detached double garage and workshop which offers an excellent space and could benefit from a conversion to make a separate annexe accommodation (subject to Planning). There are two up and over doors, pedestrian door to side and there is access to a first floor The property also has a timber shed, a large cabin style timber shed/workshop. There is also a summerhouse with power and is insulated. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with an orchard area and offers a haven for privacy whilst soaking in the countryside views.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Services: Mains Water, Electricity & Drainage. Oil fired central heating.
Council Authority: Dorset Council – Tel: 0345 034 4569
Council Tax Band: F
Energy Performance Rating: D
Caution: NB All services and fittings mentioned in these particulars have NOT been tested and hence we cannot confirm that they are in working order.

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