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3 bedroom house for sale

Shop Lane, Langton Herring, Weymouth, Dorset, DT3 4HU

Guide Price £375,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Picturesque location close to the Jurassic Coastline
  • Charming period cottage
  • Contemporary well appointed interior
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Garden
  • Allocated parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A charming cottage with a well-appointed contemporary interior that boasts a fine blend of period features and modern fitments.

Set in one of the oldest lanes in this idyllic and much sought-after coastal village the Cottage provides an ideal bolt hole or permanent residence.

The location provides residents with opportunity to enjoy the surrounding World Heritage Jurassic Coastline with its walks and stunning sea views including those over the Fleet Lagoon which is within walking distance of the property.

The accommodation is spread over three storeys. On the ground floor there is an entrance porch, a sitting room with an attractive inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove. The sitting room leads to a split level kitchen/dining room that is fitted with modern units and integrated appliances, a rear lobby that provides access to a useful utility and a shower room. There is also a ground floor bedroom.

On the first floor there are two bedrooms and a staircase that rises to a modern well equipped family bathroom.

Externally there is small enclosed area to the front. To the rear there is a paved courtyard with a separate garden which is laid to lawn with mature shrubs and a paved sun terrace.

The cottage has the benefit of allocated parking* and an oil fired central heating system.

Langton Herring is a village and civil parish in the County of Dorset. It is 5½ miles north-west of the coastal town of Weymouth and is prudently set on a ridge above the Fleet, the Fleet being a brackish tidal lagoon behind Chesil Beach. The village is home to a renowned public house "The Elm Tree" so named because of a large elm tree that once stood near the site and to the Church of St Peter a small ancient Gothic building of stone.

Nearby are the coastal resorts of Bridport, Weymouth and Portland. The County Town of Dorchester can be found within 10 miles and both Weymouth and Dorchester provide rail links to London Waterloo and Bristol Temple Meads.

There are a wide range of sporting facilities in the vicinity including golf at Weymouth, Bridport and Dorchester (Came Down) and sailing at Weymouth and Portland. There is outstanding walking and riding across the surrounding countryside with the opportunity of taking in the breath-taking views along the stunning coastline.

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Added on Rightmove:
11 February 2016

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