Historic four-bedroom house with development potential

impressive-looking cream-rendered three-storey symmetrical building with doors built into walls either side and lawn in front

The impressive-looking historic three-storey building - Credit: Robin King

A beautifully-presented four-double bedroom semi-detached character house on three floors, in a highly-sought-after village. 

Believed to date from the early 1820s, the property has recently been extensively refurbished, with a new roof, guttering, radiators and front door, as well as a landscaped front garden. 

nursery with white walls and mountain mural, light grey carpet with leaf rugs, wooden cot, radiator, pictures and window

One of the immaculately-decorated bedrooms - Credit: Robin King

The accommodation comprises; an entrance hallway, sitting room and kitchen-dining room on the ground floor, while two spacious double bedrooms either side of a bathroom fill the first and second floors. 

A wide fireplace with wood-burning stove is a feature of the spacious sitting room. 

hallway with black tiled floor, white and coffee walls, white doorway to sitting room, staircase on right with beige carpet

To the left of the entrance hallway is the spacious sitting room with a wide feature fireplace with wood burning stove - Credit: Robin King

Light floods into the kitchen-dining room through large front and back sash windows. The room offers a range of units, space for a large range cooker, washing machine and free-standing fridge-freezer. 

At the end of the hallway is access to a large cellar, which has plenty of storage and workshop space or offers potential for development. 

Bedroom with sloping ceiling with Velux windows, cream walls, beige carpet and wooden double bed

One of the smart-looking second-floor bedrooms - Credit: Robin King

An elegant staircase with decorative features leads to the first floor, while the second floor has recently-installed Velux windows.  

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Outside, there is an attractive, large walled garden at the front, mainly laid to lawn with a variety of shrubs and plants. A gravelled path leads to the right of the property to an enclosed gravelled back garden. 

There is parking for a number of cars on the partly-shared driveway and there is a substantial double garage/outbuilding with double-wooden doors, which, subject to the necessary permissions, offers scope to create a workshop or a self-contained annexe. And a pathway at the side of the garage leads to an additional enclosed private garden. 


Price: £550,000 

Location:  Station Road, Sandford  

Agent: Robin King Estate Agents, 01934 267018 

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