Wareham Cottage
144 sq m(1,550 sq ft)
Guide price £565,000

High StreetCorscombe, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2 0NZ


    Key features

    • Corscombe is a conservation village in beautiful countryside
    • Good local amenities including the Fox Inn public house and parish church
    • Charming cottage built of local stone under a thatched roof
    • Many period features including window seats and inglenook fireplace with wood burner
    • Delightful gardens with oak frame double carport and ample parking
    • No onward chain

    Delightful Grade II listed cottage that has been sympathetically improved whilst retaining many period features.

    About this property

    • The cottage dating from 1700 is built of local stone under a thatched roof. The period features include: exposed beams, window seats, an inglenook fireplace and a further stone fireplace.

      The accommodation is comprised of hall with under stairs cupboard, triple aspect sitting room with fireplace and woodburner, cupboards, double aspect dining room with inglenook and woodburning stove (heating the water and radiators) triple aspect kitchen with wood effect, ceramic floor and wall mounted units with timber worktops. Belfast sink with mixer taps, part tiled walls, large ‘island' with cupboards and wooden worktop. The built in kitchen appliances include a Lamina dishwasher, washing machine, wine fridge, Belling three oven electric cooker with touch hob and free standing John Lewis style fridge freezer are included.

      Stairs lead up to the first floor with landing, three bedrooms and a generously proportioned bathroom.

      Outside
      Oak frame double carport, ample parking and gardens mainly laid to lawn.

      Accommodation
      Please see floor plans.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A simply stunning kitchen

    Lizzie BallProperty agent

    Local information

    • Wareham Cottage is situated close to the centre of this thriving village set amidst beautiful undulating countryside.
    • Corscombe is a conservation village in an area designated as being of ‘outstanding natural beauty'. The village has amenities including a parish church and the popular Fox Inn public house.
    • The nearby villages of Halstock, Evershot and Cattistock have further facilities including primary schools, shops and pubs and in Evershot the renowned Summer Lodge hotel.
    • The towns of Sherborne, Yeovil, Beaminster, Crewkerne and Dorchester each provide an excellent variety of shopping, educational, recreational and cultural facilities with mainline railway stations available at Yeovil, Crewkerne and Sherborne from the West Country to London Waterloo.
    • The A303 can be joined to the north of Yeovil and this provides a route to London/Home Counties along the A303 to the M3/M25. Independent schools in the area include Millfield, Perrot Hill, Sherborne School for Girls, Sherborne School for Boys and Leweston.
    • Sporting facilities in the area include golf at Bridport, Yeovil, Sherborne and Dorchester, water sports on the nearby Sutton Bingham Reservoir or the Dorset coastline to the south at Weymouth or West Bay. There is also horse racing at Wincanton, Exeter or Bath.

    Additional information

    • Directions: Going towards Crewkerne on A356 and after turning on left to Beaminster. Take the second right hand turn to Corscombe and proceed down Hackney into village. Turn right on to the High Street and Wareham Cottage can be found on the right behind black railings passed Manor Farm.
    • EPC Exempt