Tincleton, Dorchester DT2


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  • Bedrooms: 3
Parkers are delighted to offer for sale this three bedroom character cottage, sympathetically converted from a stable block within Clyffe House, situated favourably within the sought after village of Tincleton. The property boasts light and airy accommodation that is presented to a high standard throughout and is set within beautiful gardens that offer a plethora of wonderful space to enjoy its peaceful setting. This Grade II listed building was originally built in the 1880s and enjoys an abundance of character, a wealth of original features and benefits from ample off road parking.

SituationSituated approximately five miles from the county town of Dorchester, Tincleton is a peaceful and idyllic Dorset village with all the advantages of proximity to major towns with excellent shopping and dining facilities and rail services to London Waterloo (approximately 2.5 hours from Dorchester).

AccommodationEntrance to this delightful property is gained via an entrance lobby that offers engineered oak flooring and houses a large storage cupboard. The lobby sets the tone for the rest of the property with generous room sizes and open plan living accommodation creating a spacious and open feel.

A glazed door leads through to a generous open plan sitting room that enjoys a social feel and features an attractive fireplace with a Clearview woodburning stove surrounded by an oak mantlepiece. The sitting room receives an abundance of natural light gained via the adjoining conservatory/dining room. This room provides additional living accommodation whilst taking full advantage of the outlook on to the lovely gardens. Also situated on the ground floor is a generous snug/study that affords lovely views across the old stable courtyard gained via a wonderful floor to ceiling window.

The kitchen is well appointed, beautifully fitted with a comprehensive range of light oak wall and floor level units that provide ample storage options with black marble-effect work surfaces over. There are a wealth of integral appliances including a frost-free under work surface fridge and freezer, a Neff double oven and microwave, a Neff ‘Ceran’ hob, a dishwasher and an under sink drinking water filter and water softener. The room is finished with glazed floor tiles and underfloor heating.

Located off of the rear hallway is a useful shower room fitted with a low level wc and a wash hand basin. The room also serves as a utility room, offering space for a washing machine and a large storage cupboard with a power point for a tumble dryer.

Stairs rise to the first floor where there are three double bedrooms, the imposing master benefiting from en-suite facilities and receiving an abundance of natural light gained via a triple aspect. Bedrooms two and three both enjoy lovely views over the garden terraces and are served by the family bathroom, tastefully fitted with a low level wc, a wash hand basin and a panel enclosed bath with shower attachment over.

The property is enhanced by its attractive and generously proportioned rear garden, approximately a third of an acre, a wonderful space to enjoy its tranquil setting. The garden is beautifully landscaped, offering flower beds containing a selection of shrubs, roses and perennials. Fruit trees and soft fruit bushes. There is a large summerhouse with decking, light and power (currently utilised as a craft room) that affords wonderful views over the rooftops, Clyffe House and the fields beyond. There is a delightful brick built Bothy with power, a bike shed and log store. At the bottom of the garden, through a beautiful rose arch, is a potting shed, raised vegetable beds, fig and apple trees.

A large gravelled area provides parking for four vehicles. There is valid planning permission for a double garage and an additional parking space at the community garages (suitable for a caravan or boat).

Room Dimensions Sitting Room/Kitchen (6.12m x 5.64m (20'01" x 18'06"))

Dining Room (4.37m x 2.64m (14'04" x 8'08")) Study (4.75m x 2.26m (15'07" x 7'05"))

Bedroom One (4.57m x 3.66m (15'0" x 12'0")) Bedroom Two (4.45m x 3.61m (14'07" x 11'10"))

Bedroom Three (3.02m x 2.59m (9'11" x 8'06")) ServicesMains electricity and water are connected. Oil fired central heating via a Worcester Bosch boiler. Sewerage via a communal sewerage treatment plant (new system installed in 2018) Broadband and satellite are available also.

Local AuthoritiesDorset Council,

South Walks House, South Walks Road,



Tel: We are advised that the council tax band is E

ViewingsStrictly by appointment with the sole agents:

Parkers Property Consultants and Valuers

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Arrange viewing 01305 458008

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24 Peverell Avenue West, Poundbury, Dorchester, Dorset

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