** VIRTUAL VIEWING TOUR AVAILABLE ON THIS PROPERTY ** A Grade II listed thatched house with beautiful gardens and fantastic views in the Cranborne Chase
4 reception rooms
2 cloakrooms and utility
Master Bedroom with ensuite
4 Further bedrooms
3 Further bathrooms
The Stag’s Head is a wonderful Grade II listed thatched cottage believed to date from the mid-18th century and was formerly a pub. The spacious sitting room has an inglenook open fireplace, tiled floor and exposed beams, and opens into a dining room providing a classical setting for formal dining and entertaining. To the rear the dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room and utility room have traditional wooden fitted units with an Aga range stove, extending into a garden room which is filled with light from the morning sun. A further large inner hall, currently also used as a study space, leads to a ground floor bathroom and cloakroom, and through to a spacious drawing room with a feature fireplace and log store and expansive floor to ceiling windows filling the room with light and French windows opening out onto the rear terrace.
On to the first floor there is a dual aspect master bedroom with an en suite shower room, two further bedrooms, a dressing room and a family bathroom. A separate staircase to the south rises to 2 further bedrooms, one with a large apex window providing stunning open views, and a separate bathroom.
The brochure contains information on all 3 lots that are available for sale.
The vendors will be happy to agree a sale in pricinple but will not exchange on the sale of lots 2 or 3 until an exhange of contract has exchanged on lot 1 (the main house).
A large raised terrace, interspersed with borders and rockeries extends the living space to the rear of the main property. This provides an ideal setting for relaxing, al fresco dining and entertaining, overlooking the large lawn and the open countryside beyond. With mature shrubs, borders and trees providing colour and shape, and hedging and fencing providing privacy, the garden has been designed to take maximum advantage of its large aspect and sunlight all through the day.