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Bell Street, Shaftesbury, Dorset, SP7

Guide price £699,000

5 Beds 3 Baths 3 Receptions

REF: SHA200066

A pretty Grade II Listed family house on the level in the centre of Shaftesbury

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Hall
  • Dining Room
  • Drawing Room
  • Kitchen
  • Cloakroom
  • Utility Room
  • Sitting Room
  • Conservatory
  • Three First Floor Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms (one En-Suite)
  • Three Second Floor Bedrooms, One Bathroom
  • Bathroom
  • Courtyard Garden
  • Double Garage

THE PROPERTY

Listed Grade II, 36 Bell Street is a handsome attached town house with green sand stone and rendered elevations that has subsequently been successfully extended over the years. The accommodation is on four floors and is both flexible and adaptable. Although in need of some updating, the property has an attractive faade with large sash windows with rooms that are nicely proportioned with good ceiling heights. Other attributes include open fireplaces, attractive recessed display shelves in the dining room, and garaging. OUTSIDE The property is approached off Bell Street. Vehicular access is from Haimes Lane through a courtyard directly to the double garage. The courtyard garden lies directly behind the house and separates it from the garage. It has been attractively laid out with an area of terracing and gravelled surfaces with colourful flower and shrub borders. There is side access through garage to the double garage with light and power. Electric up and over door. Shaftesbury, a Saxon hilltop town which dates back to the times of Alfred the Great who founded the Abbey in the 9th century, has a good range of facilities. These include cafes, restaurants, niche retailers, a boutique hotel, banks, supermarket, a small hospital, library, health centre and an arts centre. More comprehensive facilities can be found in the Cathedral city of Salisbury to the east, the Georgian spa town of Bath to the north and Sherborne to the west. There are mainline railway stations at both Gillingham and Tisbury (London Waterloo) and the A303 lies some 8 miles to the north, giving access to the south west and London, via the M3.