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About the property
A HANDSOME CONVERSION OOZING CHARACTER AND CHARM, SET WITHIN A HISTORIC VILLAGE
We are delighted to offer to the market this charming Grade II Listed Coach House set within Osmington, a picturesque and quintessential Dorset village. An ideal base for exploring the surrounding area, the village is set against the backdrop of the South Dorset Ridgeway featuring the Iconic Osmington White Horse carving.
The nearby Dorset Coastal Path is only a short walk from the Coach House. It provides access to a little used beach in Osmington Bay, as well as long walks east and west along the historic Dorset Jurrassic coastline. Amenities are easily accessable, with a Church, dairy shop and tea rooms within Osmington itself. Osmington Mills is home to the Smugglers Inn along with further walking routes set against a stunning coastal backdrop. The nearby suburb of Preston offers further amenities including convenience stores, and the coastal town of Weymouth enjoys a bustling high street, sandy beach and historic harbourside. There is also a mainline train station to London Waterloo.
The property itself is brimming with character and charm, historically providing stabling and storage facilities for the nearby 'White House' which dates back to circa 1815. In more recent years sympathetically converted into its current form with features from its past remaining on display.
The generous accommodation begins with a kitchen/dining room greeting you as you enter the property. The kitchen area offers a good range of wall and base units under worktops. Stairs rise from the kitchen to the 1st floor.
The separate living room is a pleasant and welcoming space with a door leading to the rear courtyard along with a large window allowing ample light into the room. Off the living room are a downstairs w/c and a separate storage/utility cupboard.
Upstairs there are 2 spacious bedrooms, with bedroom 1 featuring 'his and hers' sinks. There is a W/C and a separate shower both of which are accessed from the landing. Bedroom 2 enjoys an en-suite bathroom, well presented and featuring a bath, W/C, hand wash basin and heated towel rail.
The property has gas fired central heating and all mains services. There is a small 'flying freehold' over a passageway, further details of this are available on request.
To the rear of the property is a pleasant and private courtyard, primarily laid to shingle and providing ample space for outside entertaining. The character of the home is again on full display from the courtyard with several historic features from its former life still very evident.
The property would make an ideal holiday home or holiday rental investment and is offered for sale with no onward chain.
Council Tax Band: D
Living Room 5.03m (16'6) Max NT 4'6 x 3.81m (12'6) Max NT 8'4
Kitchen/Dining Room 4.72m (15'6) Max x 4.14m (13'7) Max
Bedroom 1 (Some Restricted Head Height) 5.18m (17') Max NT 4'3 x 4.83m (15'10) Max NT 5'3
Bedroom 2 (Some Restricted Head Height) 4.57m (15') Max NT 8'5 x 3.48m (11'5) Max NT 6'5
Bedroom 2 En-Suite 1.75m (5'9) x 1.4m (4'7)
Shower 1.14m (3'9) x 1.04m (3'5)
W/C 1.63m (5'4) x .86m (2'10)
Sympathetically Converted Coach House
2 Double Bedrooms, 1 With En-Suite
Generous Living Space
Ideal Holiday Home
No Onward Chain
ALL MEASUREMENTS QUOTED ARE APPROX. AND FOR GUIDANCE ONLY. THE FIXTURES, FITTINGS and APPLIANCES HAVE NOT BEEN TESTED AND THEREFORE NO GUARANTEE CAN BE GIVEN THAT THEY ARE IN WORKING ORDER. YOU ARE ADVISED TO CONTACT THE LOCAL AUTHORITY FOR DETAILS OF COUNCIL TAX. PHOTOGRAPHS ARE REPRODUCED FOR GENERAL INFORMATION AND IT CANNOT BE INFERRED THAT ANY ITEM SHOWN IS INCLUDED.
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