Abbey Street, Cerne Abbas, Dorchester, Dorset DT2

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
Believed to have been used by visiting Pilgrims to the Abbey this wonderful cottage is brimming with character and charm, nestled on one of the original streets before the village grew and looking out to St Marys church.

The cottage is beautifully presented and has been improved by the present owner with a newly fitted kitchen, under floor heating (on the ground floor as well as the master bedroom and bathroom) and redecoration throughout.

The cottage has a lovely feel and atmosphere with bright accommodation comprising; entrance porch with useful coats cupboard, tiled floor and glazed inner door. The sitting room has a particularly attractive fireplace with stone surround and brick hearth and there are timber beams spanning the ceiling. There is TV connection, telephone point and part tiled flooring extends into the kitchen / dining room with a tasteful kitchen fitted with ample cupboards and drawers, ample work surfaces with sink, space for white goods and table and chairs.

Upstairs there is handy eaves storage on the landing and doors lead to; bathroom with a stylish white suite to include a bath, bidet, separate shower, wall hung WC and vanity basin, heated towel rail and airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.

Both bedrooms are double rooms, the Master bedroom continues the same theme as throughout the cottage with a sense of history and charm, there is attractive vanity basin and bespoke fitted wardrobes. Bedroom 2 also has a fitted wardrobe and would work as a double or twin room.

Outside the cottage garden is elevated with raised beds well stocked and cared for. There is a new garden potting shed and an attractive view of the church over and along the beautiful stone tiled rooves. In addition there is a well-equipped brick built privy with WC and under floor heating and a separate garden building with power & light, work tops and space for a tumble dryer as well as a washing machine. There are outside taps both hot and cold water.

Situated within a Conservation Area on one of the most historic streets in the county. It is on the edge and yet close to the heart of this picturesque and sought-after village. Cerne Abbas has a good range of facilities including a general store/sub post office, primary school, doctors’ and dispensing surgery, St Mary’s parish church, tea room and 3 public houses. It is a thriving community with various clubs societies and a fine modern village hall.The village is surrounded by unspoilt countryside and downland, situated about 8 miles to the north of Dorchester and with good access to the Abbey town of Sherborne, about 12 miles to the north. Both towns, as well as Yeovil, have mainline railway stations to London/Waterloo. Maiden Newton is on the Weymouth/Bristol line.There are a variety of sporting and leisure facilities in the area including golf at Dorchester, Sherborne and Yeovil, sailing and water sports along the Jurassic Heritage coastline. There are many footpaths and bridleways criss-crossing the stunning countryside.

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