An almost absurdly picturesque thatched cottage in rural Dorset — and it’s priced under £400,000

Two plus two down has never looked so cute as at Mundy Cottage in the popular village of Stour Provost.

A tiered garden is one of life’s great pleasures, and a perfect example can be found at Mundy Cottage on the outskirts of Store Provo. From the top terrace, you can sit and enjoy the views that extend over the Blackmore Valley and the River Stour – a paradise.

The property, currently listed for sale through Jackson-Stops with an estimated price of £395,000, is a Grade II listed cottage located on the outskirts of this popular north Dorset village.

The theme here is peace and quiet, the house is located on an impassable road and is shielded from three sides by forest.

Consisting of two bedrooms and two living rooms, this cozy yet well maintained villa is a mix of period features such as exposed beams, brick and wood panelling, and a modern kitchen.

The thatched roof has been extensively renovated and replaced with a ridge as recently as 2021.

Stour Provost is a popular village in the north of Dorset consisting of many old houses, a village church, a primary school and a town hall.

Near Gillingham there is a mainline railway station that goes to London Waterloo, while in Shaftesbury you will find several cafes, restaurants, independent shops, an arts center, a medical center and a small hospital.

The A303 motorway, which leads southwest to London, is just eight miles from the hotel, and Sherborne, Bath and Salisbury are within easy reach by road.

Cottage Mundi at present on the market through Jackson-Stops for an estimated price of £395,000 – see more photos or contact an agent for more information.

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