Dorchester property of the week: Mid-terrace house in Dorchester's very own Little Britain

By Lottie Welch

24th Feb 2022 | Property of the Week

Fancy living in Dorchester's very own Little Britain? A mid-terrace house with no forward chain is on the market.

Symonds and Sampson estate agents is offering the home in the popular area of Fordington, close to the town centre, for a guide price of £275,000.

The two-bed home mixes a blend of period features with modern fixtures.

The entrance hall leads to the sitting room, which features an open fire and bay window, dining room and the kitchen/breakfast room.

The kitchen has a large sky light allowing natural light to fill the room. Off the kitchen is a small utility room and toilet.

Also off the entrance hall, stairs rise to the first floor where there are the two double bedrooms and a good sized bathroom with a bath.

Outside, the property enjoys a southerly aspect garden which is relatively low maintenance. The lower garden is walled and laid to lawn with steps leading to the upper garden with a patio and lawn.

For all enquiries and to arrange a viewing, call Symonds and Sampson on 01305 261008.

Don't forget to sign up to our newsletter below!

You can submit your own news straight to Dorchester Nub News by using the 'Nub It' button on our home page. This can also be done for events on our What's On page and businesses, groups and organisations on our Local Listings page , also by using the 'Nub It' button.

Please like and follow our online newspaper on your favourite social media channel. You can find us @DorchesterNubNews on Facebook and @DorchesterNub Twitter.


Related Articles

Dorchester property of the week with Mayfair Town and Country
Property of the Week

Property of the week: Two-bed apartment in popular Brewery Square development

Dorchester property of the week with Symonds and Sampson
Property of the Week

Property of the week: 1960s detached home on a large plot

Sign-Up for our FREE Newsletter

We want to provide Dorchester with more and more clickbait-free local news.
To do that, we need a loyal newsletter following.
Help us survive and sign up to our FREE weekly newsletter.

Already subscribed? Thank you. Just press X or click here.
We won't pass your details on to anyone else.
By clicking the Subscribe button you agree to our Privacy Policy.