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CHARACTER PROPERTY IN VILLAGE LOCATION   Wool  BH20 6BP

£750 PCM


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Entering the property via a UPVC double glazed door into -

Entrance Hall - Wall mounted electric storage heater, under the stairs cupboard, built in storage cupboard, access to the lounge and kitchen diner.

Lounge - Fitted carpet, electric storage heater,, front and side aspect double glazed windows,TV aerial point,feature part exposed stone wall, .

Kitchen/diner - Range of matching units at base and eye level, freestanding electric cooker with four ring hob and extractor above, fridge, space and plumbing for a washing machine, electric storage heater, side aspect double glazed window.

Landing - Velux window, doors to;

Bedroom 1 - Electric storage heater, velux window.

Bedroom 2 - Electric storage heater, front aspect double glazed window.

Bedroom 3 - Electric storage heater, side aspect double glazed window

Bathroom - Suite comprising of bath wash hand basin and wc. Splash back tiling, opaque double glazed window

Lounge 16' x 8' 8" ( 4.88m x 2.64m )
Kitchen/diner 15' 10" x 8' 8" ( 4.83m x 2.64m )
Bedroom 1 9' 2" max x 8' 10" max ( 2.79m max x 2.69m max )
Bedroom 2 8' 7" max x 8' 6" max ( 2.62m max x 2.59m max )
Bedroom 3 14' 9" max x 5' 9" max ( 4.50m max x 1.75m max )

Area - Wool is a pleasant rural village near the southern bank of the Frome River, in the County of Dorset. There is a mix of old, and new houses with a peppering of thatched cottages. The village is home to an impressive 17th Century Manor House that inspired Thomas Hardy to place Tess of The D'urbervilles there on her honeymoon, the village lies close to Bindon Abbey which was burnt down in the 17th Century, there's a 16th Century stone bridge, and a Medieval church, or there are always the shops and pubs to enjoy.