Views over the town to the purbeck hills and swanage
Large living room
Good sized level garden
Garage & off-road parking for 3 vehicles
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This detached house is located in a small residential cul-de-sac near the Western outskirts of Swanage, approximately one and half miles from the town centre and within 500 metres of open country. The property is thought to have been built during the mid 1980s and is of traditional cavity construction, the outer walls being of brick under a concrete interlocking tiled roof.
Quietly situated, the property has the considerable advantage of well planned family accommodation with pleasant views over the town to the Purbeck Hills and Swanage Bay in the distance.
Swanage lies at the eastern tip of the Isle of Purbeck delightfully situated between the Purbeck Hills. It has a fine, safe, sandy beach, and is an attractive mixture of old stone cottages and more modern properties, all of which blend in well with the peaceful surroundings.
The entrance hall leads through to the good sized living room at the front of the property with wide bay window and there is access to under stairs storage. Beyond is the spacious kitchen/dining room fitted with a range of wooden fronted units, contrasting worktops and breakfast bar. From the dining area sliding doors lead out to the paved patio and garden harmoniously blending inside and outside living.
Living Room 5.4m max x 3.42m (17'9" max x 11'3") Kitchen/Dining Room 5.83m max x 4.48m max (19'2" max x 14'8" max) Cloakroom 1.75m x 0.85m (5'9" x 2'9")
On the first floor there are three bedrooms; two doubles and a good sized single. Bedroom one is situated at the rear with views of the Purbeck Hills and a recessed wardrobe. Bedrooms two and three are at the front of the property and both have views over the town to the sea in the distance. The family bathroom completes the accommodation on this level.
Bedroom 1 3.63m x 2.54m (11'11" x 8'4") Bedroom 2 3.76m x 2.21m (12'4" x 7'3") Bedroom 3 2.63m x 2.16m (8'8" x 7'1") Bathroom 1.76m x 1.76m (5'9" x 5'9")
The open front garden is mostly laid to lawn with ornamental tree and flower border. A concrete driveway, providing off-road parking for 3 vehicles, leads to the attached garage. To the rear the West facing garden enjoys the afternoon and evening sun and is lawned with a shrub border, ornamental tree, paved patio area and timber garden shed.
Garage 5.45m x 2.6m (17'11" x 8'4")
services All mains services connected.
Council tax Band D - £2,165.52 for 2020/2021
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