Boasting the status as a Grade II-listed property, this beautiful three-bedroom property lies within the stunning Coombe Keynes and is a prime example of rural cottage charm.
This typical chocolate box cottage dating from 1740 is located in the charming hamlet of Coombe Keynes, with a population of only 79 people. The village boasts a beautiful 13th-century church with stunning stained glass windows which is well worth a visit. Records show that the church previously had church bells, but during restoration these were taken out and are now kept at the County Museum in Dorchester (12 miles away), a nice day out if you don't mind travelling a little further afield.
The property boasts single-level accommodation which is ideal for family living and socialising. Through the hall entering into the sitting room, there are feature stone walls, warming wooden floors and a stunning beamed fireplace setting off the log burner perfectly. A Smart TV and music system add a touch of modern to the traditional. The kitchen/dining room has all modern appliances and a TV providing a hub for family gatherings. There is a family bathroom with bath and overhead shower, and there is an additional WC for convenience. The property has three large bedrooms, a bunk bedroom and two double bedrooms (one en-suite) with radio alarm clocks, TVs and iPod docks.
The front of this property is idyllic with a small grass verge and climbing roses, perfectly encapsulating the chocolate box idea of the country cottage. The rear garden has a patio area and a lawn dotted with flower beds, flowers, shrubbery and trees There is a BBQ area for outside dining and socialising. You can also venture to the local pub for an evening meal or drink which is located a short 1.5 miles away.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.