Langton Herring, Weymouth DT3

£650,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
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An individual detached house situated in an idyllic setting within this highly popular village close to the World Heritage Jurassic Coastline. The location provides an ideal opportunity to discover the numerous walks and stunning sea views including those over the Fleet Lagoon which is within walking distance of the property.

This highly impressive house was built in 1990 with Purbeck stone elevations under a slate roof and offers spacious and versatile accommodation. On the ground floor, a welcoming entrance hall leads into a delightful triple aspect sitting room with lpg gas fire and marble fireplace and patio doors leading to the rear garden. There is a separate dining room, study, cloakroom and utility room, together with an oak fitted kitchen/breakfast room with 5 ring Rangemaster cooker, extractor hood and integrated fridge/freezer. Access from the dining room and study leads into a conservatory at the rear with French doors opening onto the rear garden, enjoying a south facing aspect.

On the first floor are 4 double bedrooms, all with built in wardrobes, en-suite contemporary fitted bathroom, impressive galleried landing and separate family bathroom.

There is the added benefit of oil fired central heating and hardwood double glazed windows installed.

Outside, a gravelled driveway provides off road parking and leads to a detached double garage. Lawned gardens extend around the house, enclosed with timber fencing and stone walls. Immediately adjoining the rear is a paved patio taking advantage of the southerly aspect together with lawned gardens stocked with a range of shrubs and plants.

Langton Herring is a village and civil parish in the County of Dorset. It is 5½ miles north-west of the coastal town of Weymouth and is prudently set on a ridge above the Fleet, the Fleet being a brackish tidal lagoon behind Chesil Beach. The village is home to a renowned public house "The Elm Tree" so named because of a large elm tree that once stood near the site and to the Church of St Peter a small ancient Gothic building of stone. Nearby are the coastal resorts of Bridport, Weymouth and Portland. The County Town of Dorchester can be found within 10 miles and both Weymouth and Dorchester provide rail links to London Waterloo and Bristol Temple Meads.

There are a wide range of sporting facilities in the vicinity including golf at Weymouth, Bridport and Dorchester (Came Down) and sailing at Weymouth and Portland. There is outstanding walking and riding across the surrounding countryside with the opportunity of taking in the breath-taking views along the stunning coastline.

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