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Yew Tree Lane, Bradford Peverell, Dorchester, DT2

Offers in excess of £600,000

Under offer

4 Beds 2 Baths 2 Receptions

REF: DOR200066

THE PROPERTY

A very pretty detached cottage with a huge amount of character and charm, tucked away in the delightful sought-after village of Bradford Peverell. THE PROPERTY First glimpses of Yew Tree Cottage are most impressive with its very pretty faade constructed of attractive brick and flint elevations under a thatched roof. Tucked away close to the centre of the very popular village of Bradford Peverell, the property is situated within a small and select development and was constructed in 1992. The property has been very well looked after over the years and is now very well presented with light and well-proportioned rooms and a huge amount of character and charm. The property for example was rethatched in 2016 and should therefore not need rethatching for 30-40 years. The property has many features you would associate with a period cottage but with the modern conveniences for family living. The features worth a special mention are the exposed ceiling timbers, fireplace and reclaimed panelled doors throughout the cottage. As soon as the front door opens there is a real sense of light and space with a good sized entrance hall, a very pretty sitting room with attractive fireplace and casement doors with direct access to the delightful garden, a dining room, a cloakroom, and very cleverly and recently updated and modernised kitchen including a wide range of wall and base units and plenty of room for a kitchen/dining room table. The principal bedrooms are situated on the first floor including a large master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and an en suite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms and a large family bathroom. OUTSIDE The gardens are an absolute delight and a very good size for a property of this type, as well as being completely enclosed and private which is very rare for a village house. Laid predominantly to lawn and bounded by walls or mature hedging, with a number of trees and thoughtfully planted herbaceous borders offering all year interest. A lovely courtyard garden leads from the kitchen and is ideal for al fresco dining on a nice summers day. The gravelled driveway offers ample parking and there is also a generous double garage.