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St. Johns Hill, Shaftesbury, Dorset, SP7

Guide price £595,000

Under offer

4 Beds 2 Receptions

REF: SHA210133



  • Hall
  • Sitting Room
  • Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Area
  • Study/Bedroom
  • Two Further Bedrooms
  • Shower Room/Utility
  • Principle Bedroom on First Floor and En-Suite Shower Room
  • Double Garage Workshop
  • Car Parking
  • Gardens


Situated at the top of St Johns Hill, Inyanga is a fine contemporary property with accommodation over two floors with spectacular views over the Blackmore Vale. With rendered elevations under a pitched slate roof, Inyanga has spacious and adaptable accommodation. Subject to planning, the garage could be incorporated into the existing accommodation either as a separate annexe or to enlarge the current living area. Other attributes worthy of a mention include wood strip flooring, a delightful terrace accessed from the sitting room, a well equipped kitchen with Neff hob and ovens and good ceiling heights. The gas boiler was replaced 2 years ago. The property is approached off St Johns Hill onto a large paved car parking and turning area adjoining which is the double garage with up and over door with light and power. Behind the double garage is a workshop with doorway to the rear. The garden lies to the rear and is approached via metal steps through a leylandii hedge. The garden has been carefully landscaped and designed with ease of maintenance in mind with a variety of ornamental grasses and flanked with a stand of bamboo. 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 cities of Salisbury to the east and Bath to the north. 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.