Charming period attached cottage set in delightful gardens with countryside views.
Medlar Cottage is an attractive and characterful attached property dating from c. 1910 with later additions, set in a delightful rural position with far reaching views. The well-proportioned accommodation is arranged over three floors, combining character features with modern embellishments and offering superb and versatile space for both formal entertaining and family living. Salient features include a bespoke kitchen, stylish bathroom suites, Dorset Purbeck stone flooring, underfloor heating, recessed downlights, solid oak doors, an Aga, feature fireplaces, oak wooden flooring and multi-pane windows. Also of note are the extensive enchanting gardens and impressive garden studio.
The excellent sitting room has a large window with a delightful view to the rear and feature fireplace with a wood burning stove.
The bespoke kitchen/breakfast room is well equipped with a comprehensive range of wall and base units incorporating a central peninsular with solid wooden worktop, and integral appliances including an electric Aga. French doors open to a paved terrace, ideal for al fresco entertaining. A spacious dining area adjoins and features a wood burning stove.
Completing the ground floor is a utility room and a cloakroom with a stable door to outside.
Arranged over the first floor is the principal bedroom which has an attractive rural outlook and is served by a modern en suite shower room.
There are three further double bedrooms, two with built-in storage cupboards and all with attractive outlooks.
A well-appointed family bathroom with a roll top bath and separate shower completes the first floor.
Wooden paddle stairs rise to a spacious converted attic, currently utilised as a study, with Velux skylights and eaves access into a full height storage room.
Medlar Cottage is approached over a gravel drive behind five bar wooden gates leading to the house and studio and providing ample off road parking.
The impressive and established gardens enjoy a south easterly aspect with views over the adjoining farmland. There are a variety of deciduous and evergreen trees and hedges interspersed with well-stocked flowerbeds flanking the lawns and incorporating a mature vegetable garden with raised beds and herb garden. A brick paved path leads to the south west of the house and a delightful paved terrace.
An impressive timber garden studio has power, light and water connected and offers a versatile space for a variety of activities. There is also a useful large garden implement storage shed.
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I love the garden and outlook, it is absolutely stunningJames Stacey-Clear