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Charming period cottage occupying a truly delightful location

House

Property type

4

Number of bedrooms

2

Number of bedrooms

£1,395,000

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Bucknowle Cottage is a charming period cottage occupying a truly delightful location. The property was originally built in 1863 as an estate cottage for the Encombe Estate, now the Scott Estate. The current owners remodelled and considerably extended the cottage about 16 years ago to provide a large open plan kitchen/ dining room with additional bedrooms and bathrooms above. The pleasing elevations are of whitened brick and render under a mainly slate roof, with the original part of the cottage featuring diamond paned leaded light windows. There is oil fired central heating. The property enjoys truly breathtaking views across adjoining farmland and Corfe Common towards Kingston and Kimmeridge, which can be enjoyed from most rooms in the house. The accommodation has generous room sizes, and a flexible layout that could be arranged to suit a purchaser’s needs. A Gothic arched front door opens into the entrance porch and through into a vestibule with stairs to the first floor. The bright sitting room has double aspect windows including a bay window to the west, and an open fireplace with log burner. The separate dining room could be used as a fifth bedroom. The large open plan kitchen/ dining room includes a good range of units including a central island, and an electric Aga, and there are French doors leading onto a breakfast terrace at the rear. Leading off are a useful study with fitted furniture, and a rear hallway, with door to the driveway and utility room, cloak room and boot room off.

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