3 bedroom semi detached house for sale
Stoneylawn, Marnhull, Sturminster Newton £315,000
- Bathrooms: 1
- Bedrooms: 3
- Property age: 1950s, 1960s and 1970s
- Floor size: 80.00 sq m
DESCRIPTION ***NEWLY REFURBISHED/MODERNISED*** A delightful three bedroom semi detached house situated on the outskirts of this highly sought after village benefitting from a newly fitted kitchen, new bathroom, new carpets, new boiler, driveway parking and a good sized enclosed rear garden.
On the ground floor the accommodation briefly comprises of:- Entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and cupboard underneath; a double aspect newly fitted kitchen/diner with a range of floor and wall units, built in electric oven, ceramic hob with cooker hood over, integrated washing machine and dish washer, space for fridge/freezer; a well proportioned double aspect lounge with double glazed doors opening onto the rear garden.
The landing on the first floor has a linen cupboard and a new gas boiler, doors to:- main bedroom with built in wardrobe; two further bedrooms with bedroom 2 also having a built in wardrobe; a newly fitted modern bathroom comprising of a white suite which includes a bath with shower over and screen and a hand wash basin. A separate WC completes the layout on this floor.
The property benefits from gas central heating, double glazing, ample driveway parking, large enclosed rear garden and boasts far reaching views of unspoilt countryside.
***Internal viewing highly recommended***
OUTSIDE Front Garden Paved brick pavia driveway providing ample parking partly enclosed with a picket fence; wooden gate opening onto rear garden.
A large enclosed fenced rear garden (24.87m x 9.51m) A new cathedral stone patio, a large lawn, shed and an outside tap.
MARNHULL Marnhull is a sought after village located in the heart of the Blackmore Vale offering a Post Office, 2 stores, chemist, butchers, newsagent, hairdressers, garage, inn, doctors surgery, churches, schools and bus services. Marnhull is also celebrated in Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the D’Urbervilles as Marlot. The old market town of Sturminster Newton is 3 miles distant which offers a good range of every day facilities, Gillingham has the main line railway station (Exeter / Waterloo) is approximately 6 miles distant, the Georgian market town of Blandford Forum 13 miles, county town of Dorchester 22 miles and the Dorset coast approximately 26 miles.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Services: Mains Water, Gas, Electricity & Drainage.
Council Authority: Dorset Council – Tel: 0345 034 4569
Council Tax Band: B
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.
Energy Performance Certificate: Rated: D
Request a viewing
Looking for similar properties?
Subscribe to our property mailing list and get notified about new properties like this one, as soon as they’re put on the market.