A truly charming period cottage, boasting a host of character features, including Portland stone chimney breasts and exposed timber floors. Beautifully renovated by the current owners, this cottage provides an ideal family home or holiday cottage.
The accommodation benefits from modern gas central heating and double glazing with PVCu double glazed sliding sash windows to the front.
The accommodation is arranged over three floors. On the ground floor, an ENTRANCE VESTIBULE leads to a characterful LOUNGE/DINING ROOM with two exposed Portland chimney breasts, one housing a cast iron open fireplace with ceramic insets and a Portland stone surround and hearth. The dining area leads to a MODERN KITCHEN with a good range of base and wall mounted cupboards, incorporating a built in electric double oven and gas hob. The kitchen benefits a feature Portland stone floor with under-floor heating. Also on the ground floor, is a contemporary BATHROOM comprising: ‘P’ shaped bath with shower, vanity wash hand basin and wc.
FIRST & SECOND FLOORS
On the first floor are TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS. The third floor provides the MASTER BEDROOM with stunning open views over roof tops to Chesil Beach and Lyme Bay. This room also benefits from a generous EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM with large walk in cubicle, wash hand basin and wc. Additionally, there is a substantial custom-built wardrobe/storage unit.
Externally, to the rear, raised timber decking offers an ideal location to relax and enjoy the sea view.
Please see floor plan attached for room sizes.
Situated in Mallams, close to the shops and amenities of the village of Fortuneswell.
Portland provides a variety of shopping and business outlets as well as many leisure activities, in particular, the excellent fishing, sailing and water sports facilities. Portland and Weymouth hosted the sailing events of the 2012 Olympic Games from the Portland based National Sailing Academy and Osprey Quay Marina.
Weymouth Town Centre is approximately 7 miles with a main line station to London Waterloo.
All mains services are connected.
Weymouth & Portland Borough Council – Band A