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GRADE II LISTED COTTAGE OFFERING PLENTY OF CHARACTER
The property is situated on the outskirts of Swanage upon the entrance to Langton Matravers within close proximity to amenities, schools and beautiful coastal walks.
The property is entered from the front through to an entrance vestibule with storage cupboard. Flagstone flooring flows through to the good sized living room with a central feature Purbeck stone inglenook fireplace with built in stove/oven. The room is dual aspect with windows to both front and rear. A window seat overlooking the rear garden is a lovely character feature. The dining room is another good sized reception room with tiled flooring and views of the fields to the front of the property. The kitchen is set to the rear of the property with door opening onto the patio area and a window overlooking the garden. There is a fitted range of cupboards at both base and eye level with integral wine rack and display shelving. Adding to the character is a butler sink with integral wood drainer to either side. There is an eight ring range cooker with matching extractor above, space for an upright fridge/freezer, as well as space and plumbing for a washing machine, dishwasher and tumble dryer. The bathroom is fully tiled with a matching white suite comprising a bath with shower over, wash hand basin, w/c and storage under the stairs.
Stairs from the living room lead up to the first floor landing which is spacious enough to use as a study area and has a window overlooking the rear garden and fields beyond. In true cottage style, the master bedroom leads off bedroom 3 which is currently used as a dressing room with fitted wardrobes, both rooms being of a good size with strip wood flooring. Bedroom 2 is another double room overlooking the front aspect with countryside views down to Swanage bay.
The front garden has a seating area to watch the sun rise with a path leading up to the front door. The rear garden is beautifully landscaped with a patio area abutting the property with steps and a path leading to a Purbeck stone built outhouse which is ideal as a workshop or studio. The garden also benefits from a wooden summer house and shed. The garden is tiered with many mature shrubs and borders as well as having a good sized lawn area with a number of fruit trees. A path leads through the garden to the parking area with space for one car.
Living Room 4.86m (15'11) into fireplace x 4.67m (15'4)
Kitchen 4.46m (14'8) x 2.13m (7')
Dining Room 3.39m (11'1) x 2.99m (9'10)
Master Bedroom 3.28m (10'9) x 3m (9'10)
Bedroom 2 3.08m (10'1) x 2.35m (7'9)
Bedroom 3 4.82m (15'10) x 2.42m (7'11)
Bathroom 2.58m (8'6) x 1.42m (4'8) max
Grade II Listed Cottage Dating Back to 1700s
Inglenook Fireplace with Built in Stove/Oven
Large Landscaped Rear Garden
Purbeck Stone Workshop/Outbuilding
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