4 bedroom detached house for saleLangton Herring, Weymouth
- Detached Family Residence
- Four Bedrooms
- Situated in an Idylic Coastal Village
- Well Maintained South Facing Gardens
- Characterful Features
- Built in 1976 by a Local Renowned Builder
- No Forward Chain
- Limed Oak Fitted Kitchen
- Detached Garage
- Off Road Parking
Foxbarrow Cottage offers a rare opportunity to purchase a four bedroom detached residence situated in the idyllic coastal village of Langton Herring. Built in 1976 by a renowned local builder, the property is set on an elevated position with a beautifully landscaped garden to the rear.
On entering the property you are met with a characterful stone wall and tiled flooring with metal steps leading into the main principle rooms. The rear aspect living room enjoys exposed beams, an exposed stone built fireplace with polished stone hearth and patio doors leading out onto the gardens to the rear. The fitted limed oak kitchen with roll top work surfaces has space for a dining table to the rear of the kitchen along with space for an upright fridge freezer and a door providing side access to the garage and garden. A separate utility room with space and plumbing for washing machine, tumble dryer and ample space for additional fridges and freezers. A separate cloakroom can be found within the utility room providing a low level WC and a wash hand basin.
Stairs rise to the first floor comprising four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom benefits from fitted wardrobes to one side of the room with a walk in wardrobe which has the potential to be converted into an en suite bathroom. Bedrooms two and three, both being rear aspect, offer views over the garden and views towards the countryside. A family bathroom comprising panelled enclosed bath, wash hand basin and a low level WC Bedroom four being a single room or a study/office. A well maintained and matured garden with a mixture of established shrubs and trees, which has been arranged perfectly to enjoy through the seasons. A vegetable area to the rear of the garden which is enclosed by the original stone wall. A garage is situated to the side with off road parking for several cars. The garage has an up and over door with power and lighting.
Langton Herring is an idyllic village in the county of Dorset. It is 5½ miles north west of the coastal town of Weymouth. The village is home to the 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 towns of Bridport, Weymouth and Portland. The county town of Dorchester can be found within 10 miles and both Weymouth and Dorchester provide mainline rail links to London Waterloo.
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 breathtaking views along the stunning coastline of the Heritage Coast including The Fleet and Chesil Bank.
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