Offers in excess of £900,000
A superb detached family home built in 2007 with a delightful garden and separate studio tucked away near the centre of the very popular Maiden Newton village. Tucked away near the centre of the most popular village of Maiden Newton, first glimpses of Kingsley Den are most impressive with its striking faade constructed (in 2005) of local flint and brick under an attractive pitched slate roof. On first entering the property there is a real sense of light and space and it is immediately obvious that the property is presented to the highest possible specifications and offers ideal and very flexible family accommodation. There are many rooms in the house worth a special mention including the superb family kitchen with a large central island and plenty of room for a kitchen/dining table. The kitchen incorporates a large amount of wall and base units and a professional 6 ring gas hob. Like many rooms in the house, it boasts lovely views over the delightful garden and countryside beyond. Alongside the kitchen is a utility room and on the other side a large dining room ideal for entertaining on a large scale and incorporating a speaker system and spotlighting, and double doors opening out to the paved terrace which would be ideal for al fresco dining. The large sitting room is an exceptional room with a woodburning stove and direct access to the garden via wooden sliding doors. This room is linked to a TV/snug room, also with direct access to the garden. On the ground floor is also a study and cloakroom and access to the integral garage. The lower ground floor offers yet further flexible accommodation and is currently used as a home cinema room, but would also make a fantastic games room or gym. The principal bedrooms are situated on the first floor and are accessed via two staircases with a fantastic master bedroom suite with a large dressing room and adjoining bath and shower room. This room is quite simply as good as it gets and can easily be separated from the rest of the house or by its own staircase. In this wing of the house is also another large reception room which would make a fantastic gym, sitting room or home office. There are four further bedrooms on the first floor, one with an adjoining bathroom, and also a separate family bathroom. On the second floor is another large bedroom and adjoining shower room, ideal for guests, and there is also a box room on this floor. A delightful garden surrounds the house with gravelled parking to the front. There is a large lawned area which is partly walled and ideal for children's outdoor games. To the rear of the property is also a superb ornamental garden, with a pond and a number of paved terraces ideal for al fresco dining. Also to the front of the house is a separate studio which could be put to a number of uses and with mains electricity and water and again this would make a fantastic home office. All in all, this would make a wonderful family home in an idyllic and very convenient location. LOCATION Maiden Newton is a popular and vibrant village surrounded by unspoilt countryside and just over 12 miles from Chesil Beach on the Jurassic Coast. The village has a general stores/post office, newsagent, garage with shop, hardware store, fish & chip shop, primary school, St Mary's Parish Church, doctors' surgery, veterinary surgery and a railway station with trains to Dorchester, Weymouth, Bath and Bristol. Lying just over 8 miles south east is the county town of Dorchester and the village is also within easy access of the A37 to Yeovil. Both these towns have excellent shops, schools and mainline railway stations to London Waterloo. Dorchester town centre has an excellent range of facilities including shops, restaurants, public houses and supermarkets including a Waitrose, Tesco and Sainsbury's Local. Also worth a mention is the vibrant development at Brewery Square with its cinema, bars, restaurants and leading shops and Dorchester County Hospital.
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