Charleston House is steeped in local history as it was originally part of The New Inn in 1841. The original huge pub flagstones remain in the hallway today. The house has evolved into a comfortable family home. Recently internally decorated in a neutral palate it is ready for new owners to put their own unique stamp on it.
The large lounge diner has an open fireplace and a bay window. A large useful serving hatch connects to the rear kitchen for ease of use.
The fitted kitchen has white wall & base units with space for dishwasher, washing machine & tall fridge freezer. New Indesit oven , Smeg gas hob and extractor. Wall mounted 4 yr old Gloworm gas combi boiler. Large window overlooking the garden and views. Rear door to garden from hallway.
On the split level first floor
there is a family bathroom on the lower level. Bath, separate mains shower, WC, basin.
Three bedrooms on the higher level. Master bedroom to front with bay window and en-suite shower room. Two further double rooms. Landing with hatch to loft access, drop down ladder and light.
to the rear the garden is on two gentle terraces with elevated country views over the Marshwood Vale. Immediately outside is a gravelled patio area with just a few steps down to a further semi enclosed paved patio which extends onto a lawn. Gated far access at the end with path to private parking spaces x 2. This is within a central courtyard behind the neighbouring housing accessed through a coaching arch from The Street.
No onward chain. Potential with huge demand & history to let at £895 on shorthold tenancy. DFH0960 EPC D DC Band D. All mains Services. Double glazing and with gas CH. Read more