Church Street, Upwey, Weymouth, Dorset DT3


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A delightful period stone and thatched detached cottage, ideally situated in Upwey village.

Dating from 1830 and formally the village school, the property is listed Grade II of architectural or historic importance.

Ideal as a main or second home, the property has the benefit of off road parking and attractive, easily maintained gardens.

Constructed with solid stone elevations under a newly thatched roof, the accommodation is arranged over a single floor with high ceilings.

A side entrance porch leads into a spacious double aspect sitting room with woodburning stove. Access leads into a fitted kitchen with a bespoke range of solid oak cupboards with tiled flooring and stable door. Open access leads to a utility area and useful cloakroom.

An inner hallway leads to 2 rear aspect bedrooms and a double aspect bedroom and well appointed bathroom with bath and separate shower cubicle.

Outside, double gates to the front lead onto a driveway for off road parking, with lawned gardens stocked with a variety of shrubs and plants. There is side access to the rear garden which is again laid to lawn with timber shed, concrete block store/wc and a range of shrubs and hedges.

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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