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A superb and very well presented cottage in an idyllic hamlet with a delightful garden. THE PROPERTY Believed to date from the 16th century with a 20th century extension and unlisted, Brock Cottage is built of stone with mellow brick detailing and a thatch & tiled roof. It has great charm with a south-facing rear that enables natural light to flood into its two large reception rooms which both have windows on two sides overlooking it's pretty garden. Between them are the shower room and the kitchen which is fully fitted with timber work surfaces and a gas and electric range cooker. On the first floor is a large landing used as a study area, four double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside the cottage has a parking area, an integral outside store and a good-sized garden that slopes down to a stream. SITUATION Brock Cottage is situated in the tiny hamlet of Higher Wraxall which is a small collection of houses and the Jacobean Grade II* Wraxall Manor. The hamlet is equidistant between the villages of Cattistock and Evershot which both have a church, hall, primary school, pub and shop/post office. Evershot also has its own doctor's surgery. For wider requirements the towns of Dorchester (11.7 miles) and Yeovil (12.5 miles) are both within easy reach. There are good travel links with rail services from Yeovil Junction Station (9.8 miles) to Waterloo (2.25 hours) and Bournemouth, Exeter and Bristol Airports are all just over an hour's drive away. The local area also offers a wide choice of schools from both the state and independent sectors.