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Stanstead Road, Maiden Newton, Dorchester, DT2

Guide price £255,000

Under offer

3 Beds 1 Bath 1 Reception

REF: DOR190094


Tucked away near the heart of the popular village of Maiden Newton and built in the early 1980s, 4 Stanstead Road is a charming bungalow situated in a very convenient location. The property, although well presented, could benefit from updating and modernising to suit anyone's needs. The kitchen for example could be incorporated to make an open plan sitting and dining area, with a large sitting room and French doors opening out to the delightful rear garden. There is one good sized master bedroom, a further double bedroom and a study/single bedroom. Again, the accommodation is very flexible with the possibility of even incorporating an en suite bathroom adjoining the master bedroom. There is a family bathroom and the property is flooded with natural light. To the front of the property there is a garden and walled area, off street parking and a single garage. At the rear of the property is a delightful and private garden with a greenhouse and potting shed. All in all, this would make a wonderful primary or secondary home in a very convenient and popular location. The bustling village of Maiden Newton boasts an excellent range of facilities, including village stores, public house, petrol station with convenience shop and car repair garage, primary school, doctor's surgery, restaurant, fish and chips takeaway, children's play park, coffee shop & newsagent, and hardware store. The village also has its own railway station on the Dorchester/Bristol line providing the convenience of easy rail and road access to the historic county town of Dorchester and beyond. The village sits on the River Frome and is surrounded by open countryside offering stunning views, public foot paths and bridleways on your doorstep. Eggardon Hill Fort, approximately 4 miles away, has breath taking 360-degree views across the county and is the site of an Iron Age Hill Fort now owned by the National Trust. Peace, tranquillity, beauty, commutability, convenience and community are all part of the package when living in this fabulous village. Just 7 miles away is the Jurassic coastline, a designated World Heritage site with access to the South West Coastal path. 8 miles south east lies the county town of Dorchester which offers a wide range of facilities including an excellent range of shops, schools, restaurants and supermarkets as well as a mainline railway station to London Waterloo. The Brewery Square development has added another dimension to the town with its Odeon cinema complex, shops and restaurants and a fitness centre with swimming pool. Yeovil is 13 miles north by car or 20 mins by train, has a wide range of facilities and 12 miles south west lies the town of Bridport.