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An individual detached house set in delightful gardens of just under 1 acre, enjoying far reaching views over Chickerell and the surrounding countryside.
Built in 1978 with Purbeck stone elevations under a tiled roof, the property has been under the same family ownership since new. Although generally well maintained, the property offers excellent scope for modernisation and improvement, together with enlargement potential subject to the necessary planning permission.
The accommodation is extremely versatile with an entrance porch and lobby, 2 cloakrooms, 3 reception rooms and kitchen on the ground floor.
On the first floor are 4 bedrooms and bathroom. The majority of the rooms enjoy delightful south and west facing views over the gardens, Chickerell village and surrounding area. There is the added benefit of replacement UPVC double glazed windows and doors.
Outside, a large driveway leads down to the property with paved terrace and hardstanding for numerous cars, leading to an attached double garage.
There are large expanses of lawned gardens, interspersed with a variety of trees, all enclosed by stone walls. To the south side is a sun terrace leading onto an area of lawned garden stocked with a variety of shrubs and plants. The rear boundary wall backs onto the church grounds with access around to the north side of the house with further patio and lawned garden
Chickerell lies on the outskirts of the popular coastal town of Weymouth and close to the World Heritage Jurassic Coastline which includes the famous Chesil Beach which stretches along the coast to Lyme Regis.
Chickerell is very much sought after particularly with families and young professionals with the area boasting a vibrant and active community as a wide range of amenities and facilities including both primary and secondary schools, a general store with Post Office, Village Hall, Church, Chemist, two Public Houses, a Restaurant and Leisure centre with Gymnasium and 3G sports pitches.
The World Heritage Jurassic Coastline is nearby with a network of footpaths which provide the opportunity to enjoy good coastal walks and breath-taking views along the Fleet Lagoon.
Weymouth town centre can be found within 3 miles and provides a wider range of shopping facilities, eateries, as well as a sandy beach, picturesque inner harbour and a main line rail station providing links to London Waterloo and Bristol Temple Meads.
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