Printers Court is one of the most attractive of the many splendid properties that are found on historic Cheap Street, the main thoroughfare that winds through the centre of Sherborne. Printers Court was originally built in 1842 and once a Printing Press. It has a Georgian appearance and its most distinctive features are a splendid curved window and a balcony that runs the length of the building and is accessed from the french windows in Flat 3.
Printers Court is part of a row of properties known as The Parade and the buildings are set back so Cheap Street can widen as it approaches the market area. The building has a passageway entrance through a distinctive cast iron gateway to the rear and the entrance to Flat 3 is on the first floor after a flight of stairs.
It is a five minute walk to both Sainsbury’s and Waistrose supermarkets. There is a plentiful array of restaurants and tea/coffee shops in very close proximity to Printers Court and your morning paper is readily available from the town newsagent on the Ground Floor of Printers Court! There is an attractive and secluded rear garden shared by the four apartments in Printer’s Court.
Both Flat 2 and Flat 3 are available to rent either individually or together to accommodate groups of up to 10 guests.