Dullar Farmhouse in Dorset is an attractive period property with Queen Anne origins in 1701. A Grade II listed former farmhouse with over seven acres of land near Wimborne, it’s an excellent family house in a beautiful county.
With Purbeck stone flooring in the hall, kitchen and dining room, stripped floorboards in the drawing room, and open fireplaces, a trap door leading to a spiral wine cellar Dullar Farmhouse is not short of features which catch the eye.
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Accommodation comprises: porch, hall, drawing room, dining room, sitting room/study, kitchen, and wine cellar. Upstairs are six bedrooms and two family bathrooms on the first floor, plus a second floor studio and dressing room/store on the second floor.
Outside the gardens are complemented by a stone-paved terrace, while a greenhouse and kitchen garden are also useful. The hard tennis court is on a raised level. Aside from the gardens most of the land is given over to the paddock with a number of landscaped trees.
Dullar Farmhouse is a wonderfully private property. The village of Sturminster Marshall offers local facilities including a village shop/post office and a primary school as well as two pubs and a church. More extensive amenities are in Wimborne (five miles) and Blandford (nine miles).
The guide price is £1.85m. For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01935 812 236 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.
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