With winter fast approaching, we couldn't help but share with you some stunning fireplaces that our current properties have to offer. You can't beat a cosy night in when its blowing a gale outside, in front of a roaring open fire or a gorgeous log burner. A fireplace really is a focal point and it can help turn a house into a home.

Here are our five favourite fireplaces from properties that are currently on the market*. 


A unique and incredibly exciting opportunity to acquire a three bedroom attached cottage with extensive south-facing gardens situated in the highly desirable hamlet of Puckington. The sitting room and dining room are both wonderful entertaining spaces and are further enhanced by wood burning stoves adding to the sense of warmth and character.

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The Cottage is a beautiful period Grade II Listed property arranged over two floors being well positioned on The Green in the centre of the historic Abbey town of Sherborne. The property has a generous sitting room centred around a feature Inglenook fireplace with flagstone hearth and open fire inset. 

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Hogin Cottage (formerly known as The Old Tea Room Cottage) has been tastefully improved throughout by the current owners. A beautiful three bedroom thatched cottage which hosts a wealth of character including exposed beams, original inglenook fireplace, window seats and exposed stone work to name a few.
 
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An enchanting and versatile four bedroom Grade II Listed thatched cottage right in the heart of the popular rural village of Upottery overlooking its beautiful church. Entrance porch with flagstone floor leading to a grand reception lobby area, having feature wooden flooring, beams to wall and ceiling, a fabulous inglenook fireplace with bread oven and wood burning stove. 

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A delightful terraced cottage with character accommodation set in the beautiful unspoilt village of Dowlish Wake. The cottage is believed to date back to 1850 and provides comfortable, cosy accommodation with its main reception room set to the front with recently fitted shutters, and a brick fireplace housing a wood burning stove.

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*Properties available at time of posting. For all current availabilities please see the property listings on our website.