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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Executive Home, Osmington


Property Description

Key features

  • Large Detached Home
  • No Chain
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Beautifully Presented
  • Osmington
  • Games Room

Full description

A modern detached residence with INDOOR POOL, GAMES ROOM & DOUBLE GARAGE set in Osmington, a pretty village lying to the east of Weymouth.
The versatile accommodation in brief comprise, dining hall, lounge with Inglenook fireplace, study (currently used as a double bedroom), cloakroom, kitchen-diner, utility room, master bedroom with en-suite & dressing room, two double bedrooms both en-suite, fourth double bedroom and bathroom. The pool room houses the heated pool and leads to the changing room with shower and separate WC, gym with stairs which lead to the games room with sitting area. Outside there is a double garage with gated parking area, veranda and gardens.

The property is offered with No Onward Chain. Please call 01305 775500 to book an appointment

Situation - The property is set adjacent to the Conservation Area in the heart of Osmington. The village itself has a village hall, public house, farm shop, and thirteenth century church. Osmington Mills is infamous as a smugglers haunt as in the 18th century they used the cliffs and coveways to hide their contraband. The local area offers excellent opportunities for riders and walkers with a network of bridle and footpaths around the surrounding countryside and along the stunning Jurassic Coast.

Locality - The nearby village of Preston offers a mini supermarket, Post Office, general store, public houses, Italian restaurant and primary school, Weymouth which is famous for its sandy beaches, Esplanade and Regency buildings lies within four miles and offers retail, health and leisure facilities. Weymouth also features a harbour and Marina and is home to the Sailing Academy with access to Weymouth Bay with its watersports and access to the Jurassic Coast a World Heritage Site.

Ground Floor - Dining Hall with Oak flooring, two sets of glazed French doors open into the lounge and the kitchen-diner. The double aspect lounge features a brick inglenook fireplace with gas stove, oak flooring and French doors opening to the front garden, the study is currently used as a double bedroom, there is a cloakroom to the rear of the dining hall. The kitchen-diner features Travertine tiled floor and granite work surfaces and comprises a range of matt ivory kitchen units with cooker hood over the double range cooker with five burner hob, central island and integrated appliances which includes fridge/freezer, coffee machine and combination microwave oven and grill. The dining area features glazed French doors opening to the front garden. There is a utility room to the side of the kitchen which houses the condensing boiler, there is space and connections for a washing machine and dishwasher, stainless steel sink with mixer tap and a door to the outside. Returning to the kitchen-diner French doors open into the Pool Room an impressive room with Travertine tiled floor, a vaulted ceiling, triple velux rooflights, three sets of French doors to the outside, heat reclamation system and retractable pool cover. There is a changing room to the rear of the pool with shower cubicle, cloaks and pump room, door to the garage to the side. The changing room leads into the Gym which also has space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer, and also houses the boiler for the pool block,. Stairs rise to the first floor and open into the seating/entertaining area of the games room, Velux windows and a window in the gable end help make this a light and airy room with views from the side across to the White Horse at Osmington. The whole changing room, gym and games room area lends itself to conversion into a self contained annex, subject to any necessary consents.

First Floor - Returning to the Dining Hall stairs rise and turn to the first floor landing with solid timber balustrade and access to the loft. The attic offers scope for conversion subject to obtaining planning consents. The first floor accommodation features oak flooring with ceramic flooring to sanitary areas. The dual aspect master bedroom features an en-suite shower room and dressing room. There are three further double bedrooms, two of which feature en-suite shower rooms. The family bathroom features a Victorian style roll top bath with telephone style shower attachment over, Victorian style high-level WC and circular wash hand basin with monobloc tap over, there is also a Victorian style radiator.

Parking - A communal driveway leads to the gated Tegula paved parking apron to the front of the double garage. The garage is currently divided in two, however this could be removed to return the garage to it's original arrangement.

Gardens - Wrought iron gate leads into the front garden, which is mainly laid to lawn with path leading to front patio area. There is a patio area to the rear of the main house which is enclosed to three sides by the house, pool and garage. To the side of the house there is a timber Veranda which over looks the lower garden, with its shrub and planting areas. Timber garden buildings offering storage for garden furniture and tools. The garden enjoys countryside and rural views.

Lettings Department - Buy to Let? Let to Buy? Need rental advice or a rental appraisal? Our Lettings Department is open until six pm, six days a week. Please call Mark on 01305 775500 or email

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16 June 2016

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