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THE PROPERTY

A superb three bedroomed terraced cottage with a delightful garden situated a short walk from the centre of the most popular market town of Beaminster. THE PROPERTY Tucked away near the heart of the most popular and picturesque town of Beaminster, first glimpses of number 75 East Street are most impressive with its very pretty faade constructed of local stone under a pitched slate roof. On first entering the property there is a real sense of charm, space, and light with a large sitting room with fantastic inglenook fireplace and woodburning stove. This leads directly into a charming garden room, an ideal place to sit and relax on a nice summers' day. There are double doors leading out to the garden. Alongside the sitting room there is also a kitchen incorporating a number of wall and base units and butler's hatch through to the dining room, ideal for entertaining and with an attractive central brick fireplace. The bedrooms are situated on the first floor with three beautiful bedrooms and a separate family bath/shower room. To the rear of the property is a most delightful and private garden which has been lovingly and cleverly nurtured over the years, with gravel and stone steps leading up to an eating area ideal for al fresco dining. There is a wooden summer house at the far end of the garden, which would also make a fantastic studio or office. All in all, this would make a truly wonderful primary or secondary home in an idyllic yet very convenient location. 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.