Kempston Road, Weymouth, Dorset DT4

£400,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A delightful late Victorian period town house ideally situated just a short walk from Hope Square, Newtons Cove and Weymouth's picturesque harbour.

The property has a host of character features typical of its age and type including period fireplaces, bay windows, high ceilings and original stripped wood flooring.

On the ground floor, an entrance door leads to a useful lobby with further door into a welcoming reception hall and stairs to the first floor. There is a most impressive open plan sitting/dining room with original period open fireplace, wood flooring, built in cupboards, shelving and picture rails. The room enjoys a double aspect with bay window to the front. The kitchen/breakfast room again has a double aspect with patio doors opening to the rear garden. There is an attractive range of wall and floor cupboards with oak worksurfaces and range cooker with electric oven and gas hob.

On the first floor, original stripped pine doors lead to the bedrooms together with stairs to the second floor. There is a useful laundry room ( formally a shower room ) and well appointed bathroom with period style roll top bath and separate shower cubicle. The main bedroom enjoys a front aspect with bay window and original fireplace.

On the second floor are two further double bedrooms with period style fireplaces.

Outside is a small walled front garden with shrubs and magnolia tree. The rear garden is fully enclosed with a paved patio, lawned garden with shrubs and detached garage with up and over door, power and light.

Vehicular access to the garage is gained from a shared lane to the rear.

The property is delightfully situated within minutes from Weymouth's picturesque harbour in a sought after cul-de-sac at Rodwell.

The atmospheric and highly popular Hope Square is literally a few minutes’ walk away, boasting a small number of shops, galleries, open air cafes and restaurants. In the summer months a rowing boat operates across the harbour to the opposite quayside.

There are numerous delightful walking opportunities close by including the Nothe Gardens and historic fort or simply walking along to the stone pier to take advantage of the sea views and fishing opportunities.

Alternatively, Weymouth town centre can be reached by crossing the town bridge. The sweeping blue flag sandy beach, Georgian esplanade, leisure and entertainment facilities, shops and businesses make for a bustling town centre, all just a short walk away. Rail links from Weymouth to London or Bristol and an improved road network makes the area very accessible.

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