Langton Herring, Weymouth, Dorset DT3


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  • Bedrooms: 3
An attractive period semi detached stone built cottage delightfully situated on the edge of this highly sought after coastal village enjoying stunning and far reaching views over the surrounding countryside.

Constructed with stone elevations under a slate roof this idyllic cottage enjoys a corner plot position with spacious accommodation, arranged over two floors.

On the ground floor, an entrance hall leads to the kitchen and an 'L' shaped sitting/dining room enjoying a double aspect with woodburning stove, French doors opening to a sun room and cupboard stairs to the first floor. The sun room enjoys delightful double aspect views over the gardens and countryside beyond with random stone flooring, built in storage cupboards and side door opening to the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of limed oak wall and floor cupboards with built in electric double oven, 4 ring hob and extractor hood. Open access leads to a side lobby with two deep storage cupboards, sliding door to downstairs WC and door to rear porch.

On the first floor are three double bedrooms, all with built in wardrobes and enjoying fabulous long range country views.

There is a well appointed, modern fitted white bathroom suite with panelled bath with shower attachment, linen cupboard and heated towel rail.

Outside are lawned gardens to the front, side and rear. The front garden has flower and shrub borders, wood store and coal store. The larger gardens extend to the side of the cottage with stunning views over the surrounding countryside. The gardens are interspersed with a variety of shrubs and trees which extend around to the rear with paved patio and stone boundary walls.

There is a dilapidated detached garage and concrete hardstanding situated in the far corner of the gardens.

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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