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THE PROPERTY

A rare opportunity to acquire a fantastic mixed commercial/residential property in a prominent position on The Square in the most popular market town of Beaminster. THE PROPERTY Situated in the heart of the most popular market town of Beaminster, number 9 The Square is a superb mixed commercial and residential property in arguably the most prominent position in the heart of the town. Justifiably Grade II* listed of architectural and historical importance, anyone lucky enough to live in and around Beaminster will recognise this most striking building with its attractive faade and prominent position. On first entering the property there is a real sense of charm, space and light with an exceptional ground floor showroom with original wooden beams. The property, which has recently undergone a fastidious program of works, is now immaculately presented, offering hugely flexible space to suit most business/owner-occupier requirements. The showroom looks out over the most popular and bustling Square and is certainly in one of the most enviable positions. To the rear of the property are two further showrooms/offices, a large cloakroom and fantastic kitchen. Separately accessed via a side door is superb living accommodation with a large sitting room on the first floor, which could also be doubled up as a large master bedroom, with a central fireplace and looking out over the main Square. On this floor is also a large kitchen with a beautiful Tudor stone fireplace. There is a bedroom with views over The Square and also a large family bath/shower room. There are two further bedrooms on the second floor which are both lovely and light and with views over the pretty church and countryside beyond. All in all, this is a truly fantastic property offering a rare and exciting opportunity to either work from home or create a healthy private income. LOCATION Beaminster is justifiably one of the most sought-after towns in the area. This vibrant, attractive market town has an excellent range of facilities including a butcher, baker, post office, chemist, hardware store, convenience stores, greengrocers, two doctors' surgeries, veterinary surgery, independent gift and tea shops, restaurants, public houses, hotel and leisure facilities. There is a wide variety of clubs and societies to choose from and Beaminster Festival, an annual event, hosts local and national artists, writers and musicians. Nestled in the countryside surrounded by hills, woodland and rolling pasture, much of it designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it is a short walk to nearby footpaths and a vast network of routes. The Georgian town of Bridport and the coast at West Bay are within 20 minutes' drive and Crewkerne with a main line railway service to London Waterloo is approximately 7 miles, both with a further range of facilities and supermarkets, including Waitrose.