This cedar constructed lodge has been positioned in such a way as to maximise the stunning views of the rich farmland and low wooded hills through its floor to ceiling windows in the living room and from the decked terrace. It is filled with high quality fixtures and fittings such as aluminium clad timber window frames, stainless steel guttering, engineered oak plank flooring, LED lighting, and stainless steel integrated kitchen appliances to include gas hob, fridge/freezer, washer dryer and dishwasher. Our client has also installed a log burner in the living room for those cosy evening.in front of the fire.
Set in a totally secluded development of contemporary holiday homes situated only 3 miles from the charming Dorset town of Sherborne and only half a mile from the small village of Bradford Abbas.
The exquisite development nestles within an area of rich farmland whose low wooded hills hide some of the county’s loveliest honey-stone villages. This former farmstead is completely surrounded by fields and is approached off country lanes by a long private drive.
This most impressive view is south facing and the distinctive lodge is positioned to gain maximum benefit of this truly superb aspect.
The delightful neighbouring village of Bradford Abbas is just an approx 3/4 mile walk through the narrow leafy lanes. The village has a well-stocked village shop and post office and village pub. Sherborne, a medieval market town full of character and old school charm is a very easy approx 3 mile cycle or drive back through the lanes.
This bolt hole destination is the perfect remedy to the stresses of modern city living.
Worcester’ propane central heating boiler
Private Drainage, Mains electricity
We have been advised that the lodge is being sold with the balance of the 125 year licence from 17/01/11 and that there is a service charge of 1955.78 + VAT p/a.
From Sherborne, at the junction of the A30 with the A352 to the west of the town take the A352 signposted to Dorchester. After about 0.1 miles take the first turning right, signposted Bradford Abbas. Follow this road for 2.7 miles, ignoring any further signposts to the village. Take the turning on the right (a no through road) by a small triangle of grass. Saxon Maybank is situated at the top of this lane to the right.