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Stratton House, 59-60 High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1

A unique 2 reception room, 2 bedroom character cottage style property to the rear of the Grade II listed Stratton House, which is ideally placed for the town centre. Stratton House has communal courtyard style gardens and allocated residents parking. EPC exempt. Stratton House is listed Grade II and understood to have been built circa 1883 for the earl of Shaftesbury, having been designed by local architects G R Crickmay. More recently the property was owned and used by the local authority until its sale for redevelopment of which this unique cottage style home forms part. Number 1 is set over the ground and first floor to the rear of Stratton House with direct access to one of the communal courtyard style gardens which in turn leads to the residents allocated parking. The adaptable well laid out accommodation provides an ‘oasis of calm’ for a property which is situated so close to the town centre. As well as access from the rear courtyard there is entry from High West Street to the impressive communal Entrance Hall with security entry phone operated double doors. The accommodation: From the communal Hall steps lead to the entrance door to the property which leads to the entrance hall. The ground floor rooms provide a sitting room (10’ ceiling height) with featured fireplace having a tiled inset and carved surround. A large sash window overlooks the courtyard. From here a door opens to the ground floor 2nd bedroom/study, again overlooking the courtyard, with a featured cast fireplace and door to a beautifully fitted shower room ensuite with underfloor heating. From the hall a door leads to the dining room with arch to the kitchen. The dining room has a beamed ceiling, twin aspect and door to the courtyard. The kitchen is fitted with timber and laminated worksurfaces having shaker style grey finish drawers, cupboards and wall cupboards. There is a ceramic inset sink and integral appliances include hob with chimney style extractor, oven, dish washer washer/drier, refrigerator and freezer. From the dining room stairs rise to the first landing, Master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and the beautifully fitted bath/shower room with underfloor heating. Within the cellar of Stratton House each of the 17 residents has a lockable storage area and bicycle storage. Tenure: 999 year leasehold with a share of the freehold. Peppercorn ground rent (we are informed this is likely to be £10.00 per annum). Maintenance service charge: We are advised this is likely to be £1900.00 for the coming year. A full sprinkler system is installed. Stratton House is situated close to the centre of the town where a wide range of facilities for entertainment, health and leisure can be found. Dorchester Town is most famous for being the County Town of Dorset and being the birthplace of the famous poet and novelist Thomas Hardy in 1840. The recently developed Brewery, known as Brewery Square is one of the more recent attractions to Dorchester with its Plaza, Odeon cinema, shops and restaurants. The World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast is only a few miles away. Communications are excellent, with main line railway links to London Waterloo and Bristol, cross channel services at Poole, airports at Bournemouth, Exeter and Bristol a very effective road network. The communal courtyard style gardens are approached by steps from the parking area and are lawned with garden furniture, planted beds and borders. There is also a fenced gravelled sitting area. There is a designated parking space.

2 bed house

2 Bowes Lyon Place PoundburyDorchester DT1 3SU

listed on 2020-05-23  Clive Pearce   

Apartments ONE & TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS NOW AVAILABLE One bedroom Apartments from £255,000 - £355,0000 Two bedroom apartments from £365,000 - £465,000 LOCAL AREA Local area Poundbury is a thriving new urban development designed by the Prince of Wales and built on land owned by The Duchy of Cornwall. Its innovative design embraces the principles of pedestrian friendly public space and community facilities. Often called the extension of Dorset, it is a historically inspired town with a modern twist and prides itself on being a walkable community with shops, commercial buildings and residential areas built within close proximity of each other. Bowes Lyon Court is located just around the corner from a Waitrose Local and the Farmers' Market. There is also a garden centre with a cafe and restaurant just opposite the development. For those wanting to venture slightly further afield, Dorchester town centre, which boasts plenty of shops and facilities, is under two miles away from the development. There are many amenities and attractions in the local area including Maiden Castle, Cerne Abbas, Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum and Abbotsbury Swannery. The world renowned Jurassic Coast is only 9 miles away and closer to home, there are plenty of local pedestrianised tree-lined walking routes. Poundbury is well positioned for road travel with the A35, A37 and A354 providing links to Poole, Lyme Regis, Bere Regis and Yeovil, plus many other destinations. There are also plenty of bus services providing links to Dorchester and beyond. The two railway stations in Dorchester offer access to Weymouth, Bournemouth, Southampton, Winchester, Basingstoke and London Waterloo, with the First Great Western line travelling though Westbury to Bristol and on to Gloucester. Why Choose McCarthy And Stone Why choose Assisted Living Platinum Range? Assisted Living Platinum Range apartments are built to the highest standards and are located in some of the most desirable postcodes in the UK. A luxurious home that you own with comfort and privacy, and all the help you need to enjoy life and maintain your independence. With a dedicated house manager and flexible on-site care and support team on hand, Assisted Living Platinum Range is a collection of retirement apartments that allow homeowners to live life independently surrounded by the luxury they deserve. A 24 hour estate management team provides peace of mind, and domestic and personalised care packages can be built around you. An hours domestic assistance each week is included in the service charge, so with less time consuming chores, you’re free to enjoy the many features that Assisted Living Platinum Range can bring. Enjoy freshly prepared meals in the table service restaurant at an additional charge, and from the beautifully landscaped gardens in selected developments to the exclusive club lounge, you’ll find perfect spaces for socialising. Featuring underfloor heating, oak veneered doors, chrome door furniture and high-spec kitchens, the apartments reflect all the attention to detail that has seen McCarthy & Stone awarded a 5 star rating for customer satisfaction 12 years in a row.

2 bed house

Came View Road, Dorchester

Situation The county town of Dorchester is steeped in history enjoying a central position along the Jurassic Coastline and also some of the county's most noted period architecture, all set amongst a beautiful rural countryside. Dorchester offers a plethora of shopping and social facilities. Two cinemas, several museums, History centre, leisure centre, weekly market, many excellent restaurants and public houses and riverside walks. The catchment schools are highly rated and very popular with those in and around the Dorchester area. Doctor’s, dentist surgeries and the Dorset County Hospital are close by. There are major train links to London Waterloo, Bristol Temple Meads, Weymouth and other coastal towns and villages. Regular bus routes operate to adjoining towns. Key Features * Set on a corner plot with surrounding gardens in a popular location within Dorchester Town. * Spacious sitting room with patio doors leading to the conservatory which overlooks the side garden area. * Good size kitchen with rear aspect window looking onto the garden. A door leads to a lobby/hall area providing access to a study, shower room and garage/workshop area. * Single garage with additional workspace and plentiful off-road parking to the front. Room Dimensions Ground Floor Sitting Room 6.70m x 3.65m (21'11' x 11'11') Kitchen 2.69m x 5.12m (8'9' x 16'9') Dining Room 3.91m x 2.89m (12'9' x 9'5') Conservatory 3.29m x 3.23m (10'9' x 10'7') Study 2.66m x 2.89m (8'8' x 9'5') Shower Room 1.65m x 2.46m (5'4' x 8'0') First Floor Bedroom One 3.67m x 3.65m (12'0' x 11'11') Bedroom Two 3.09m x 2.89m (10'1' x 9'5') Bathroom 1.78m x 2.43m (5'10' x 7'11') Services Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Gas fired central heating. Broadband and satellite are available also Local Authorities Dorset Council, South Walks House, South Walks Road, Dorchester DT1 1UZ Tel: 01305 211970 We are advised that the council tax band is E Viewings Strictly by appointment with the sole agents: Parkers Property Consultants and Valuers Tel: 01305 340860 COVID-19 - Please note that viewings can only be offered to clients in a position to proceed to purchase and are undertaken with strict safety measures in place.

2 bed house

Downside Lane, Poundbury, Dorchester

Situation Poundbury is an urban development of the County Town of Dorchester and is Prince Charles's vision of the development of new communities in the 21st century. It is designed to be a sustainable development where it is possible to meet a higher proportion of daily needs on foot, rather than relying upon a car. Within walking distance to the property there are a plethora of amenities including Waitrose, The Duchess of Cornwall Hotel and Restaurant and an ever-growing range of bistros, coffee shops, beauty salons, shops, hairdressers, dentists, medical centre and garden centre. A Monart luxury spa is situated within the Royal Pavilion, Queen Mother Square and the Dorset County Hospital is also a short walk away. Accommodation Entrance Entrance is gained via a communal hallway that houses a lockable storage cupboard and provides access to the property. Sitting Room 6.73m max x 3.20m (22'01' max x 10'06') A generous sitting room that sets the tone for the rest of the property, with a high ceiling and three feature arch windows providing plentiful natural light and creating a true sense of space. The room offers a wall mounted radiator, both telephone and television points and artificial wood effect flooring that continues through to the kitchen area. Kitchen 2.49m x 2.44m (8'02' x 8'0') A modern kitchen fitted with a comprehensive range of wall and base level units that provide ample storage options with work surfaces over. There is a stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap and drainer and a selection of integral appliances including a washing machine, a dishwasher, a fridge/freezer and an electric oven with a four ring gas hob and extractor hood over. A cupboard houses the combination central heating boiler. Bedrooms The property benefits from two double bedrooms, the master offering a set of french doors that provide access to the courtyard garden. Both bedrooms offer a wall mounted radiator and receive plentiful natural light gained via a double glazed side aspect window. Bedroom One 5.49m x 3.05m (18'0' x 10'0') Bedroom Two 4.14m x 2.79m (13'07' x 9'02') Wet Room The fully tiled wet room is generous in dimensions and is tastefully fitted with a low level wc, a pedestal wash hand basin and a wall mounted shower attachment. Natural light is gained via a rear aspect double glazed window. Outside The property benefits from an enclosed courtyard garden with a selection of raised brick flower beds and gated rear access. There is one allocated parking space. Agents Notes There is an Annual Manco charge with charges varying between £110 and £160 dependent upon location. Services Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Gas fired central heating. Broadband and satellite are available also. Local Authorites Dorset Council, South Walks House, South Walks Road, Dorchester, Dorset DT1 1UZ Tel: 01305 211970 We are advised that the council tax band is C Viewings Strictly by appointment with the sole agents: Parkers Property Consultants and Valuers Tel: 01305 340860 COVID-19 - Please note that viewings can only be offered to clients in a position to proceed to purchase and are undertaken with strict safety measures in place.

2 bed house

Harptree Court, Poundbury

Situation Poundbury is an urban development of the County Town of Dorchester and is Prince Charles's vision of the development of new communities in the 21st century. It is designed to be a sustainable development where it is possible to meet a higher proportion of daily needs on foot, rather than relying upon a car. Within walking distance to the property there are a plethora of amenities including Waitrose, The Duchess of Cornwall Hotel and Restaurant and an ever-growing range of bistros, coffee shops, beauty salons, shops, hairdressers, dentists, medical centre and garden centre. A Monart luxury spa in the Royal Pavilion, Queen Mother Square and the Dorset County Hospital is also a short walk away. Accommodation A spacious hallway provides a wonderful introduction to this property, housing a large under stairs storage cupboard and providing access to both the integral garage and a utility room with low level wc and wash hand basin. Stairs from the hallway rise to the first floor landing that enjoys several rear aspect velux windows that provide plentiful natural light. Doors lead to all principal rooms. The wonderfully spacious sitting room provides ample room for both living and dining with vaulted ceilings and velux windows creating a true feeling of space. The sitting area features an electric fireplace with remote control. The kitchen boasts a comprehensive range of stone coloured wall and base level units that provide ample storage options with granite work surface over. Integral appliances include a fridge freezer, a dishwasher, a double oven and a four ring hob with extractor hood over. The property benefits from two double bedrooms, the master is generous in size and is appointed with a double fitted wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving. Both bedrooms are enhanced by their tastefully fitted en-suite facilities. There is a single garage with up and over door, power and light. Room Dimensions Utility Room 2.92m x 1.80m (9'07' x 5'11') Sitting Room/Kitchen 6.30m x 6.02m (20'08' x 19'09') Bedroom One 4.32m x 3.28m (14'02' x 10'09') Bedroom Two 3.89m x 3.28m (12'09' x 10'09') Agents Notes There is an Annual Manco charge with charges varying between £110 and £160 dependent upon location. Services Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Gas fired central heating. Broadband and satellite are available also. Local Authorities Dorset Council, South Walks House, South Walks Road, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 1UZ, Tel: 01305 251010. We are advised that the council tax band is C Viewings Strictly by appointment with the sole agents: Parkers Property Consultants and Valuers Tel: 01305 340860 COVID-19 - Please note that viewings can only be offered to clients in a position to proceed to purchase and are undertaken with strict safety measures in place.

2 bed house

Shuffling Furlong Poundbury, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 3EE

listed on 2020-02-05  Symonds and Sampson   

2 bedroom house for sale in Poundbury, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 3EE

2 bed house

Eleanor Coade Mews Poundbury, Dorchester, DT1 3FU

listed on 2020-03-20  Symonds and Sampson   

2 bedroom house for sale in Poundbury, Dorchester, DT1 3FU

2 bed end-terrace house

South Walks RoadDorchester DT1 1ED

A well presented 2 double bedroom end of terrace Victorian house which has been fully renovated throughout. On entering the property you are met with a bright and airy open plan living room with kitchen with a recently installed modern kitchen currently with an AGA, breakfast island and a delightful lounge area with feature fireplace, this leads to the garden room with bi fold doors into the garden. A separate utility and ground floor cloakroom complete the ground floor. On the first floor are two excellent sized double bedrooms, modern family bathroom and a loft ladders leads to the loft room.

2 bed house

Beechwood Lane, Poundbury

Situation Beechwood Lane occupies a prominent position within Poundbury, an urban development of the County Town of Dorchester. Poundbury is Prince Charles's vision of the development of new communities in the 21st century. Designed around the residents rather than their cars, it is intended to be a sustainable development where it is possible to meet a higher proportion of daily needs on foot, rather than relying on a car. Within walking distance there are Waitrose, The Duchess of Cornwall Hotel and Restaurant and an ever-growing range of bistros, coffee shops, beauty salons, dress shops, hairdressers, dentists, a medical centre, a garden centre and a mature Woodland Park. Accommodation Entrance to this delightful apartment is gained via a hallway that houses a useful storage cupboard, an airing cupboard and offers wooden doors to all principal rooms. The wonderful dual aspect sitting room enjoys generous dimensions and receives plentiful natural light gained via double glazed sash windows that enjoy views overlooking the square. The kitchen offers a comprehensive range of wall and base level units that provide ample storage options with roll top work surface over, together with quality integrated appliances including a Neff single oven, a Neff combi oven/microwave, an induction hob and a new Zanussi washer/dryer. This generous room offers space for a dining table and includes a kitchen island with additional work surface and storage. The apartment benefits from two double bedrooms. The master bedroom enjoys generous dimensions whilst the second bedroom benefits from en-suite facilities comprising a low level wc, a pedestal wash hand basin and a double shower cubicle with thermostatic controlled unit. The Jack and Jill bathroom is tastefully fitted with a suite comprising a low level wc, a pedestal wash hand basin and a panel enclosed bath with a shower attachment over and a folding shower screen. There is a sensor lit wall cabinet. Externally, to the rear of the property there is a communal courtyard that provides an allocated parking space for this apartment. Sitting Room 5.59m x 4.70m (18'04' x 15'05') Kitchen 4.70m x 3.48m (15'05' x 11'05') Bedroom One 4.32m x 3.05m (14'02' x 10'0') Bedroom Two 3.61m x 3.15m (11'10' x 10'04') Agents Notes There is an Annual Manco charge with charges varying between £110 and £160 dependent upon location. The property is being offered for sale with a share of the freehold. There is an Annual Service Charge of £1710 Services Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Gas fired central heating. Broadband and satellite are available also. Local Authorities Dorset Council, South Walks House, South Walks Road, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 1UZ Tel: 01305 211970. We are advised that the council tax band is D. Viewings Strictly by appointment with the sole agents: Parkers Property Consultants and Valuers Tel: 01305 340860 COVID-19 - Please note that viewings can only be offered to clients in a position to proceed to purchase and are undertaken with strict safety measures in place.

2 bed house

Dunnabridge Square, Poundbury, Dorchester

Situation Poundbury is an urban development of the County Town of Dorchester and is Prince Charles's vision of the development of new communities in the 21st century. It is designed to be a sustainable development where it is possible to meet a higher proportion of daily needs on foot, rather than relying upon a car. Within walking distance to the property there are a plethora of amenities including Waitrose, The Duchess of Cornwall Hotel and Restaurant and an ever-growing range of bistros, coffee shops, beauty salons, shops, hairdressers, dentists, medical centre and garden centre. A Monart luxury spa is open in the Royal Pavilion, Queen Mother Square and the Dorset County Hospital is also a short walk away. Accommodation Entrance The apartment can be accessed via its own front door to the front of the building or via a communal hallway. The communal hallway houses a lockable under stairs storage cupboard that is for the sole use of apartment 1. Hallway The hallway sets the tone for the rest of the property, with generous room sizes and plentiful natural light creating a spacious feel. The hallway offers a spacious airing cupboard with lighting that houses a Glow-worm gas boiler and shelving. There is a wall mounted radiator, a heating thermostat control, inset spot lighting and doors that provide access to all rooms. Sitting/DiningRoom 7.21m max x 5.08m max (23'08' max x 16'08' max) The sitting/dining room enjoys generous dimensions and receives plentiful natural light gained via a dual aspect with double glazed windows to both the front and side. The room features a decorative wall mounted electric fire and is finished to a high standard offering plantation shutters to both windows, three wall mounted radiators and both telephone and television points. Kitchen 3.38m x 2.36m (11'01' x 7'09') The kitchen is well appointed, fitted with a comprehensive range of modern wall and base level units that provide ample storage options with mahogany work surfaces over. There is a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and drainer and a wealth of integral appliances including a Neff single oven with plate warming drawer, a Neff five ring gas hob with extractor hood over, a Neff dishwasher, a fridge freezer and an AEG washer dryer. The room is finished with wood effect flooring, spot lighting and tiled splash backs. A front aspect double glazed window provides the room with natural light. Bedroom One 3.45m x 3.10m (11'04' x 10'02') The master bedroom, a generous double bedroom, offers space for a double wardrobe and offers a double glazed window with shutters that enjoys a southerly facing aspect. The room is finished with a wall mounted radiator and both telephone and television points. Bedroom Two 3.02m x 2.08m max (9'11' x 6'10' max) A further double bedroom offers an abundance of storage gained via a set of triple wardrobes fitted along one wall. The room offers a double glazed window with shutters that enjoys an outlook over the courtyard. There is a wall mounted radiator and a television point. Bathroom The bathroom is tastefully fitted, enjoying a luxury feel with a recently fitted modern suite comprising a low level wc and a porcelain wash hand basin set with an enclosed vanity unit and a freestanding bath with shower attachment. The room is finished to a high standard offering fully tiled walls and flooring, spot lighting, a towel storage cupboard and a chrome heated towel rail. Outside The apartment is enhanced by a walled garden that is laid to shingle, offers a water butt and provides an ideal space for alfresco dining. There is a large carport with storage potential. Agents Notes There is an Annual Service charge of £966.68 and an Annual Manco charge of £156 Services Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Gas fired central heating. Broadband and satellite are available also Local Authorities Dorset Council, South Walks House, South Walks Road, Dorchester DT1 1UZ Tel: 01305 211970 We are advised that the council tax band is C Viewings Strictly by appointment with the sole agents: Parkers Property Consultants and Valuers Tel: 01305 340860 COVID-19 - Please note that viewings can only be offered to clients in a position to proceed to purchase and are undertaken with strict safety measures in place.

2 bed house

2 Bowes Lyon Place PoundburyDorchester DT1 3SU

listed on 2020-05-23  Clive Pearce   

Apartments ONE & TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS NOW AVAILABLE One bedroom Apartments from £255,000 - £355,0000 Two bedroom apartments from £365,000 - £465,000 LOCAL AREA Local area Poundbury is a thriving new urban development designed by the Prince of Wales and built on land owned by The Duchy of Cornwall. Its innovative design embraces the principles of pedestrian friendly public space and community facilities. Often called the extension of Dorset, it is a historically inspired town with a modern twist and prides itself on being a walkable community with shops, commercial buildings and residential areas built within close proximity of each other. Bowes Lyon Court is located just around the corner from a Waitrose Local and the Farmers' Market. There is also a garden centre with a cafe and restaurant just opposite the development. For those wanting to venture slightly further afield, Dorchester town centre, which boasts plenty of shops and facilities, is under two miles away from the development. There are many amenities and attractions in the local area including Maiden Castle, Cerne Abbas, Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum and Abbotsbury Swannery. The world renowned Jurassic Coast is only 9 miles away and closer to home, there are plenty of local pedestrianised tree-lined walking routes. Poundbury is well positioned for road travel with the A35, A37 and A354 providing links to Poole, Lyme Regis, Bere Regis and Yeovil, plus many other destinations. There are also plenty of bus services providing links to Dorchester and beyond. The two railway stations in Dorchester offer access to Weymouth, Bournemouth, Southampton, Winchester, Basingstoke and London Waterloo, with the First Great Western line travelling though Westbury to Bristol and on to Gloucester. Why Choose McCarthy And Stone Why choose Assisted Living Platinum Range? Assisted Living Platinum Range apartments are built to the highest standards and are located in some of the most desirable postcodes in the UK. A luxurious home that you own with comfort and privacy, and all the help you need to enjoy life and maintain your independence. With a dedicated house manager and flexible on-site care and support team on hand, Assisted Living Platinum Range is a collection of retirement apartments that allow homeowners to live life independently surrounded by the luxury they deserve. A 24 hour estate management team provides peace of mind, and domestic and personalised care packages can be built around you. An hours domestic assistance each week is included in the service charge, so with less time consuming chores, you’re free to enjoy the many features that Assisted Living Platinum Range can bring. Enjoy freshly prepared meals in the table service restaurant at an additional charge, and from the beautifully landscaped gardens in selected developments to the exclusive club lounge, you’ll find perfect spaces for socialising. Featuring underfloor heating, oak veneered doors, chrome door furniture and high-spec kitchens, the apartments reflect all the attention to detail that has seen McCarthy & Stone awarded a 5 star rating for customer satisfaction 12 years in a row.

2 bed end-terrace house

Ivel Close, Dorchester

This well presented two bedroom house is located in the popular location of Thomas Hardye Gardens. With local schools near by and being so close to town, this makes theideal first time buy or investement property. Key Features Two bedroom end of terrace house Well presented Low maintenance rear garden Allocated parking Close to schools Cloese to town centre Tenure Freehold Full Details Entrance Hall Double glazed door to front, radiator and stairs to first floor. Cloakroom Double glazed window to front, wash hand basin, WC, tiled and radiator. Lounge 15' 4' x 11' 2' ( 4.67m x 3.40m ) Double glazed window to front, gas fire place, two radiators, telephone point, television aerial socket and double glazed french doors to rear garden. Kitchen 11' 8' x 11' ( 3.56m x 3.35m ) Double glazed window to rear, fitted kitchen with wall and base units, stainless steel sink and drainer, work surfaces, tiling, integrated electric oven with gas hob and cooker hood over, plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge/freezer, radiator, understairs cupboard and double glazed door to garden. Landing Double glazed window to rear, radiator, cupboard housing boiler and access to loft with light. Bedroom 1 9' 10' Max x 11' 4' ( 3.00m Max x 3.45m ) Double glazed window to front, radiator, television aerial socket and airing cupboard. Bedroom 2 11' 11' x 7' 10' ( 3.63m x 2.39m ) Double glazed window to front, television aerial socket and radiator. Bathroom Double glazed window to rear, bath with mixer taps and shower over, wash hand basin, WC, part tiled, radiator, shaver point and extractor fan. Outside Space Rear Garden There is a patio area to the rear which runs along the back door and patio doors. This then leads to the side and the rear access gate. The garden is mostly laid to lawn with an outside tap.

2 bed terraced house

Victoria Terrace, Dorchester, DT1 1LS

listed on 2020-03-24  PurpleBricks   

***VIDEO TOUR AVAILABLE- BOOK A VIEWING ONLINE AND RECEIVE A VIDEO TOUR** This fantastic, two double bedroom, terraced home is located in the highly sought after area of Fordington, Dorchester. This stunning home offers direct access onto Salisbury fields as well as benefiting from an uninterrupted view. There is a spacious kitchen/diner with underfloor heating, a beautiful living room, a modern bathroom with shower and bath as well as underfloor heating and a further courtyard. This gem has plenty of character, including flagstone flooring in the entrance hall, sash windows and stripped wooden flooring. ***CHAIN FREE*** To book a viewing, open the property brochure.

2 bed house

Icen Way Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 1EW

listed on 2020-01-17  Symonds and Sampson   

A charming period house in the heart of Dorchester with two double bedrooms and an enclosed courtyard garden Property Features Walking distance of town centre Two double bedrooms Sitting/dining room Courtyard garden

2 bed house

Glyde Path Terrace, Glyde Path Road, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1

A cleverly designed 2 bedroom house blending old architecture with the new. Set in a private courtyard that was developed from an old Dairy in 2012, careful attention has been taken to make this such an interesting property. EPC band C. A cleverly designed 2 bedroom house blending old architecture with the new! Set in a private courtyard that was developed from an old Dairy in 2012 careful attention has been taken to make this such an interesting property. The accommodation starts with the entrance into the house through a very appealing Conservatory that is part walled and glass double glazed with windows and sliding door to garden. Lovely flag stone floor, This room is heated by central heating and features a lovely flag stone floor. From the conservatory a door takes you into the sitting room with the fully fitted kitchen situated at the far end with window overlooking the garden. This comprises fitted wall and base units, bowl and a half sink unit with mixer taps. Integral under unit fridge and dish washer. Plumbing for a washing machine. Gas hob with electric oven. Cupboard housing the gas central heating boiler. Part flagstone flooring to the kitchen area and wood style laminate to the sitting room area. Stairs to Cellar: Stone steps lead to a brick vaulted cellar with heated radiator and natural light coming from what we think is the original coal hole. (Incorporated in the conservatory above). From the sitting room stairs lead up to the first floor landing. The main bedroom is a double with built in wardrobe and is dual aspect. The second bedroom also has a built in wardrobe with window to front and hatch to roof space. There is a shower room with light well giving natural light, tiled shower cubicle, low level W.C., wash hand basin and heated towel rail. Outside Accessed via the conservatory a pretty walled and part railed courtyard style garden with beds and climbing shrubs adorning the walls. Outside tap. Situation Glyde Path Terrace is a delightful spot tucked behind busy High West Street with frequent bus routes and thriving business including cafes and shops and the pedestrianised South Street just down to the right. Dorchester is the County Town of West Dorset and has a large variety of shops, restaurants and both the Plaza and Odeon multi-screen cinemas. The recently launched Brewery Square has proved to be huge success with its exciting variety of amenities. The Main Line railway links to London Waterloo and Bristol. There are cross channel services at Poole and airports at Bournemouth, Exeter and Bristol. Outside Accessed via the conservatory a pretty walled and part railed courtyard style garden with beds and climbing shrubs adorning the walls. Outside tap.

2 bed house

Lydgate Mews PoundburyDORCHESTER DT1 3AG

listed on 2020-05-22  Clive Pearce   

Entrance Hallway Doors to bathroom, both bedrooms and sitting/ diner. Radiator. Sitting Room / Dining Room - 24' 0'' x 13' 7'' (7.31m x 4.14m) Wooden flooring, two sash windows to front aspect. Radiator, arch to kitchen. Kitchen - 9' 8'' x 8' 4'' (2.94m x 2.54m) Wooden flooring, sash window to rear aspect, eye and base units, integrated cooker and hob extractor overhead. stainless steel sink and drainer unit, integrated dishwasher, integrated washing machine, free standing fridge freezer. Bedroom 1 - 13' 0'' x 11' 4'' (3.96m x 3.45m) Fully fitted carpet, sash window to side and front aspect. Radiator. Bedroom 2 - 13' 5'' x 10' 7'' (4.09m x 3.22m) Fully fitted carpet, sash window to front aspect. Radiator. Bathroom Vinyl flooring, panel enclosed bath with shower overhead, pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C. Radiator. Fees To Tenants Reference fees £150 (18 and over), Guarantor Reference (if required) £75 Inventory 10% of first months rent Tenancy Agreement £75 Tenancy Renewal fee £50, Damage Deposit Six weeks rent

2 bed house

Highdown Avenue, Poundbury, Dorchester

Situation Poundbury is an urban development of the County Town of Dorchester and is Prince Charles's vision of the development of new communities in the 21st century. It is designed to be a sustainable development where it is possible to meet a higher proportion of daily needs on foot, rather than relying upon a car. Within walking distance to the property there are a plethora of amenities including Waitrose, The Duchess of Cornwall Hotel and Restaurant and an ever-growing range of bistros, coffee shops, beauty salons, shops, hairdressers, dentists, medical centre and garden centre. A Monart luxury spa is open in the Royal Pavilion, Queen Mother Square and the Dorset County Hospital is also a short walk away Sitting Room 5.82m x 3.86m (19'01' x 12'08') A generous sitting room receiving plentiful natural light gained via two front aspect double glazed windows. The room features an attractive fireplace that houses a coal effect electric fire and offers two wall mounted radiators and a television point. Kitchen 3.66m x 2.59m (12'0' x 8'06') The kitchen is well appointed, fitted with a comprehensive range of modern wall and base level units that provide ample storage options with roll top work surface over. There is a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and drainer and integral appliances including an eye level double oven and grill and a four ring gas hob with extractor hood over. Space is provided for additional appliances. The room is finished with part tiled walls and a rear aspect double glazed window that provides the room with natural light. Bedrooms The apartment benefits from two generous double bedrooms, the master being appointed with fitted wardrobes that provide ample storage options and en-suite facilities comprising a low level wc, a pedestal sink unit and a double shower cubicle. There is a wall mounted radiator and a front aspect double glazed window. Both bedrooms offer a wall mounted radiator and a double glazed window that enjoys either a front or rear facing aspect. Bedroom One 4.62m x 3.51m (15'02' x 11'06') Bedroom Two 3.71m x 3.53m (12'02' x 11'07') Bathroom The bathroom is tastefully fitted with a suite comprising a low level wc, a pedestal sink unit and a panel enclosed bath with grip handle and mixer taps. The bathroom is finished with fully tiled walls and there is a side aspect double glazed window that provides the room with natural light. Outside The apartment benefits from an allocated parking space situated within a car port. Agents Notes There are approximately 984 years remaining on the lease. There is an Annual Service Charge of £1819.67 There is an Annual Manco charge with charges varying between £110 and £200 dependent upon location. Services Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Gas fired central heating. Broadband and satellite are available also Local Authorities Dorset Council, South Walks House, South Walks Road, Dorchester DT1 1UZ Tel: 01305 211970 We are advised that the council tax band is C Viewings Strictly by appointment with the sole agents: Parkers Property Consultants and Valuers Tel: 01305 340860 COVID-19 - Please note that viewings can only be offered to clients in a position to proceed to purchase and are undertaken with strict safety measures in place.

2 bed end-terrace house

Balmoral Crescent, DT1

listed on 2020-05-02  Goadsby   

END OF TERRACE HOUSE WITH OFF ROAD PARKING IN FORDINGTON FIELDS This well looked after home is in a popular location in Dorchester making it ideal for first time buyers or investors. Downstairs is split into the lounge/ diner and separate kitchen. The kitchen is currently fitted with eye and base level storage and features a patio door leading out onto the rear garden. Upstairs are the 2 bedrooms with the master being front aspect and benefitting from a recess that is currently being used as storage. The bathroom is fitted with a cream suite comprising bath with shower over, wash hand basin and WC. The property is gas centrally heated and double glazed throughout. To the front of the property is the driveway, with a block paved path running up to the front door. The rear garden is mostly paved for easy maintenance with some areas left as exposed earth for planting. At the end of the garden is a small garden shed and a rear gate providing alternative access. Situated in Fordington Fields, the county town of Dorchester is within easy reach offering a good range of independent and national retailers including Waitrose, Marks and Spencer and the new Brewery Square development, which enjoys a good range of restaurants and retailers. In addition the town boasts well regarded schooling and further benefits from two train stations with main line links to London Waterloo and Bristol-Templemeads. Room Sizes Entrance Porch 1.17m (3'10) x 1.37m (4'6) Lounge/Diner 3.89m (12'9) MAX x 4.47m (14'8) Kitchen 3.84m (12'7) x 2.57m (8'5) Bedroom 1 2.92m (9'7) x 3.45m (11'4) Bedroom 2 2.06m (6'9) x 3.63m (11'11) Bathroom 1.65m (5'5) x 1.68m (5'6) Key features Vendor Suited Off Road Parking Popular Location Private Rear Garden Ideal For First Time Buyers Or Investors Gas Central Heating & Double Glazing ALL MEASUREMENTS QUOTED ARE APPROX. AND FOR GUIDANCE ONLY. THE FIXTURES, FITTINGS and APPLIANCES HAVE NOT BEEN TESTED AND THEREFORE NO GUARANTEE CAN BE GIVEN THAT THEY ARE IN WORKING ORDER. YOU ARE ADVISED TO CONTACT THE LOCAL AUTHORITY FOR DETAILS OF COUNCIL TAX. PHOTOGRAPHS ARE REPRODUCED FOR GENERAL INFORMATION AND IT CANNOT BE INFERRED THAT ANY ITEM SHOWN IS INCLUDED. These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer or form part of any contract. Solicitors are specifically requested to verify the details of our sales particulars in the pre-contract enquiries, in particular the price, local and other searches, in the event of a sale. VIEWING Strictly through the vendors agents Goadsby Local Lifestyle

2 bed terraced house

Alfred Road , Dorchester

listed on 2020-03-05  Sequence   

Dorchester, the county town of Dorset, is a cultural hub with one foot in the past and the other firmly in the future. The surrounding countryside is rich in evidence of prehistoric human settlement, most famously Maiden Castle, a large Iron Age hill fort just over a mile south-west of the town. Considered one of the most powerful settlements in pre-Roman Britain, Maiden Castle is believed to have been inhabited by various tribes from 4,000 BC, including the Celtic Durotriges tribe, who were defeated by the Romans around 70 AD. Preserved evidence of the Roman occupation of Dorchester – then named Durnovaria – remains visible throughout the town, from a section of the original town’s perimeter wall at Top o’ Town Roundabout to the Grade I listed ruins of a Roman town house in Colliton Park. Today, Dorchester offers a vibrant mix of shopping and culture. The pretty town centre offers a range of independent and national shops, boutique bars and cafes, traditional pubs, a well-loved cinema and more than five museums. To the southern end, opposite the site of the traditional, bustling, weekly market and just steps from one of Dorchester’s two train stations is the exciting retail and residential redevelopment of Brewery Square, where further shops, eateries and a second cinema await. In the north-western corner, tranquil, leafy riverside walks can be enjoyed along the River Frome, and there are further opportunities to enjoy the outdoors in beautiful Borough Gardens and at the Entrance Porch Lounge 14' 5' x 12' 8' ( 4.39m x 3.86m ) Kitchen 12' 8' x 7' 11' ( 3.86m x 2.41m ) Landing Bedroom One 11' 9' x 9' 6' ( 3.58m x 2.90m ) Bedroom Two 10' 9' x 6' 9' ( 3.28m x 2.06m ) Bathroom

2 bed house

Woodville Court, Poundbury, DT1 3TJ

Situation Poundbury is an urban development of the County Town of Dorchester and is Prince Charles's vision of the development of new communities in the 21st century. It is designed to be a sustainable development where it is possible to meet a higher proportion of daily needs on foot, rather than relying upon a car. Within walking distance to the property there are a plethora of amenities including Waitrose, The Duchess of Cornwall Hotel and Restaurant and an ever-growing range of bistros, coffee shops, beauty salons, shops, hairdressers, dentists, medical centre and garden centre. A Monart luxury spa is open in the Royal Pavilion, Queen Mother Square and the Dorset County Hospital is also a short walk away. Accommodation Entrance Via a communal door to a communal entrance hall that houses a lift and stairs that rise to all floors. Second Floor A door provides access to a further internal hallway with a door to: Apartment Five Hallway Entrance to the apartment is gained via a hallway that houses two useful storage cupboards and provides doors to all rooms. Sitting Room 5.03m x 3.58m (16'06' x 11'09') A light and spacious room receiving plentiful natural light gained via a large feature arched double glazed window that enjoys a side aspect. The room provides ample space for a dining table and chairs and offers a wall mounted radiator and a television point. Kitchen 2.39m x 2.31m (7'10' x 7'07') A modern, stylish kitchen fitted with a comprehensive range of wall and base level units that provide ample storage options with granite work surfaces over. There is a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and drainer and a selection of integral appliances including a fridge freezer and an electric oven with a four ring gas hob and extractor hood over. Space is provided for a washing machine. The room offers a wall mounted radiator and a rear aspect double glazed window that provides the room with natural light. Bedrooms The apartment benefits from two double bedrooms both offering a wall mounted radiator and receiving natural light gained via a double glazed window that enjoys either a side or rear aspect. Bedroom One 3.61m x 2.95m (11'10' x 9'08') Bedroom Two 3.66m x 2.39m (12'0' x 7'10') Bathroom The bathroom is tastefully fitted with a suite comprising a low level wc and a vanity wash hand basin set within an enclosed unit with storage below and a panel enclosed bath with shower attachment over. The walls are fully tiled and there is a heated towel rail. Outside The apartment benefits from one allocated parking space. Agents Notes There are currently 986 years remaining on the lease. There is an Monthly Service charge of £142.50 and an Annual Ground rent of £125 There is an Annual Manco charge with charges varying between £110 and £160 dependent upon location. Services Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Gas fired central heating. Broadband and satellite are available also. Local Authorities Dorset Council, South Walks House, South Walks Road, Dorchester, Dorset DT1 1UZ Tel: 01305 211970 We are advised that the council tax band is A Viewings Strictly by appointment with the sole agents: Parkers Property Consultants and Valuers Tel: 01305 340860 COVID-19 - Please note that viewings can only be offered to clients in a position to proceed to purchase and are undertaken with strict safety measures in place.

2 bed house

Charming Period Property , Dorchester

listed on 2019-04-04  Sequence   

The cottage is about 250-years old and had a comprehensive and stylish refit by a former owner, including dry-lining the interior walls, and has existing planning permission for a further dormer window above the second floor staircase. There is heating by radiators and there is a night storage heater (with off-peak tariff) useful for cooler weather or if leaving the house empty while travelling. The ground floor is attractively quarry tiled throughout. There is an entrance porch with coat hanging space and meter cupboard, a ledged and braced door leads into the beamed sitting room which has a brick inglenook with a multi-fuel stove. A further ledged and braced door leads to the stairs and a sliding door leads into the L-shaped kitchen/dining room extension. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with good quality cupboards, a dresser unit, integrated appliances, oven, electric hob and refitted combi boiler, and has both a casement and a Velux window. The dining area has French windows opening onto a small paved outdoor space. The original narrow turning staircase from the sitting room to the first floor is carpeted and leads to a generous double bedroom with stained floorboards, and with quaint window shutters, two large cupboards either side of the chimney breast and an inset flame effect electric fire. Adjacent to the bedroom is an attractively tiled bathroom with a separate thermostatic shower over the bath. Entrance Porch Lounge 17' 5' max x 12' 1' ( 5.31m max x 3.68m ) Kitchen 12' 6' x 6' 9' ( 3.81m x 2.06m ) Dining Room 11' 6' x 6' 5' into door recess ( 3.51m x 1.96m into door recess ) Landing Bedroom One 13' 10' max x 11' 9' ( 4.22m max x 3.58m ) Bathroom Second Floor Bedroom Two 14' 7' restricted head height x 10' 8' ( 4.45m restricted head height x 3.25m ) Ensuite

2 bed detached house

Swanbridge Park Homes, London Road, Dorchester

High Spec brand new park home for sale in central Dorchester on a sought after over 50s development. Offering spacious accommodation and comprising of lounge, kitchen/diner, main bathroom and two bedrooms, with the added bonus of allocated parking and the benefit of the property being furnished. Key Features BRAND NEW Furnished Can influence how the garden is finished Town centre Allocated parking 10 year warranty Full Details Lounge 12' 11' x 10' 6' ( 3.94m x 3.20m ) Double glazed window to front, electric woodburner effect fireplace, radiator, telephone point, television aerial socket and double glazed doors to side. Kitchen/diner 12' 11' x 8' 8' ( 3.94m x 2.64m ) Double glazed windows to front and rear, fitted kitchen with wall and base units, 1½ bowl sink and drainer, work surfaces, tiling, radiator, electric oven and gas hob with cookerhood over, integrated washing machine and fridge/freezer. Bedroom 1 11' 1' Max x 8' 10' + wardrobe ( 3.38m Max x 2.69m + wardrobe ) Double glazed window to front, fitted wardrobes, radiator and television aerial socket. Bedroom 2 9' 3' x 5' 4' ( 2.82m x 1.63m ) Double glazed window to rear and fitted wardrobes. Bathroom 7' 5' + door recess x 6' ( 2.26m + door recess x 1.83m ) Double glazed window to rear, bath with mixer taps and shower over, vanity unit with wash hand basin in set, WC, part tiled and heated towel rail. Agents Notes For the over 50s - Park rules are available on request. Awaiting services and utilities and external landscaping. All enquires welcome.

2 bed house

Icen Way Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 1EW

listed on 2020-01-17  Symonds and Sampson   

2 bedroom house for sale in Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 1EW

2 bed terraced house

London Road , Dorchester

listed on 2020-03-21  Sequence   

Dorchester, the county town of Dorset, is a cultural hub with one foot in the past and the other firmly in the future. The surrounding countryside is rich in evidence of prehistoric human settlement, most famously Maiden Castle, a large Iron Age hill fort just over a mile south-west of the town. Considered one of the most powerful settlements in pre-Roman Britain, Maiden Castle is believed to have been inhabited by various tribes from 4,000 BC, including the Celtic Durotriges tribe, who were defeated by the Romans around 70 AD. Preserved evidence of the Roman occupation of Dorchester – then named Durnovaria – remains visible throughout the town, from a section of the original town’s perimeter wall at Top o’ Town Roundabout to the Grade I listed ruins of a Roman town house in Colliton Park. Today, Dorchester offers a vibrant mix of shopping and culture. The pretty town centre offers a range of independent and national shops, boutique bars and cafes, traditional pubs, a well-loved cinema and more than five museums. To the southern end, opposite the site of the traditional, bustling, weekly market and just steps from one of Dorchester’s two train stations is the exciting retail and residential redevelopment of Brewery Square, where further shops, eateries and a second cinema await. In the north-western corner, tranquil, leafy riverside walks can be enjoyed along the River Frome, and there are further opportunities to enjoy the outdoors in beautiful Borough Gardens Entrance Hall Lounge 14' 1' x 11' 4' ( 4.29m x 3.45m ) Kitchen 7' x 6' 9' ( 2.13m x 2.06m ) Bedroom One 14' 2' x 9' 1' ( 4.32m x 2.77m ) Bedroom Two 14' 1' x 7' 11' ( 4.29m x 2.41m ) Bathroom