An attractive period cottage situated in picturesque Upwey village on the edge of Weymouth.
The accommodation which is spread over two storeys is well presented throughout providing a dual aspect sitting room with two windows to the front, a door to the garden, tiled floor and feature beam ceiling. Double doors from the sitting room open into a dining room which has tiled flooring and a window to the rear. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of units with wooden worktops, a butler style sink unit, slim line integrated dishwasher and a freestanding gas oven with hob. There is a tiled floor, window to the front and a door leading into a spacious utility room which has access to the garden, fitted cupboards, a wall mounted gas boiler and plumbing for an automatic washing machine.
On the first floor the master bedroom enjoys the luxury of a modern fitted en suite shower room. There are two further double bedrooms and a bathroom with roll top bath with shower unit and screen over.
Externally there is walled garden with a stone paved terrace, shrub beds and areas of lawn. A pathway winds its way through the garden and leads to a detached garage with timber doors and pedestrian door to the side.
The cottage benefits from Upvc double glazing and a gas central heating system.
Upwey is an attractive village and conservation area with many period buildings, situated in pleasant countryside, nestling in a Dorset down land valley about 3 miles north of Weymouth and 4 miles south of Dorchester. The area is home to the Upwey Wishing Well and Tea Room, St Laurence Church as well as 2 public houses and a mainline railway station to London/Waterloo and Bristol (Temple Meads).
A good range of amenities can be found within approximately 1 mile including a post office and general store at Broadwey, a take-away, florist, veterinary clinic, and a petrol station and sport centre at Redlands.
There are both primary and secondary schools close by.
Both Weymouth and Dorchester town centres offer a comprehensive range of shops as well as cultural, recreational and further educational facilities.
The area also provides the opportunity to enjoy a range of sailing and water sports activities, with sandy beaches and walks along the World Heritage Jurassic Coastline and the rolling country side that surrounds the area.
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