Sympathetically rebuilt in 2004, this unique and historic home combines bright and spacious family living with a contemporary twist. The beautifully presented accommodation benefits from a number of character features, yet enjoys the modern conveniences of underfloor gas heating and majority double glazed units.
On the GROUND FLOOR, the generous open-plan living space includes a spacious SITTING ROOM with log burner, a modern fitted KITCHEN/DINING ROOM, UTILITY AREA and SUN ROOM.
In addition to the main living area, the ground floor also benefits from a GUEST/THIRD BEDROOM and a modern fitted WET ROOM with WC. The OLD KILN ROOM itself offers possibilities for a variety of uses subject to any necessary planning consents.
On the FIRST FLOOR, there are TWO FURTHER BEDROOMS and a modern FAMILY BATHROOM.
Externally, there is a gated drive leading to parking for several vehicles. Additionally, there is a graveled parking bay to the front. The large landscaped rear garden offers a generous paved patio with raised pond and steps to a timber decked terrace; a wonderful place to enjoy meals ‘al fresco’. The lawned gardens are on two levels, with timber and gravel steps, raised borders and mature trees and shrubs. The upper level enjoys views of the English Channel and access to the former lime kiln. The gardens also enjoy stunning open views over the neighbouring King Barrow Nature Reserve.
Awarded a ‘Certificate of Merit’ by Weymouth Civic Society in 2006.
“The thoughtful restoration and reconstruction, from a ruinous condition, of this 19th century limekiln and its associated buildings has achieved a conversion to a residence of unique character.”
See floor plan attached for room sizes.
Situated less than a mile from the village of Easton, which offers a wide range of amenities including local shops, supermarkets, a health centre, and cafes.
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 6 miles with a main line station to London Waterloo.
All Mains services are connected.
Weymouth & Portland Borough Council – Band D.