Sandpipers is a stunningly located, spacious, detached chalet style bungalow set on a plot measuring c. 2.5 hectares/6.2 acres. The property has unique features including an attractive eyebrow style window in the roof. Works have been carried out to update the ground floor of the building, currently providing comfortable two bedroom living accomodation, which may benefit from some further updating. The first floor still requires a programme of works in order to create two further bedrooms and a second bathroom. Currently the property consists of lounge, dining room, kitchen and utility, bathroom, two bedrooms and workshop/office to the ground floor. The upstairs of the property is a works in progress and requires completion, but offers the potential for spacaious accomodation with a balcony giving fabulous views to Dorchester Hills. Below the property is a large cellar which can be accessed via a hatch in the hallway and also externally. To the front and side are beautifully well stocked mature gardens that have been well tended over the years with a green house, storage sheds and garage. The adjacent land offers hard standing with potential for stabling, garages or barns, subject to any requisite consents, the larger part of the land consists of agricultural land and woodland.
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2 Cotton Street
t. 01395 275 691
2 Cotton Street
Tel: 01395 275 691
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