Chickerell, Weymouth, DT3 4DY
Viewing strictly by appointment
This immaculate period home enjoys a tucked away position in a leafy setting in the old part of the village just yards from St Marys Church and within a short walk of the village centre.
The area of Chickerell has expanded in recent times and provides a thriving community which benefits from a wide range of amenities including both Primary and secondary schools, there is also an active social calendar.
The well-presented accommodation which benefits from a gas fired central heating system and Upvc double glazed windows, blends character features with modern fitments such as exposed beams and modern kitchen and bathrooms. On the ground floor there is an entrance porch which opens into a welcoming entrance hall from which there is a door into the sitting/dining room, the room has exposed beams and a feature fireplace with living flame gas fire and stone surround. There is also a staircase which rises to the first floor. The hub of the house is the kitchen/breakfast room which is fitted with a range of wall and floor mounted units with worktops, sink unit, space for a range style cooker and plumbing for a dishwasher.
There is a comfortable breakfast seating area, French doors opening to the rear garden and a study area beyond which there is a door to a useful utility/cloakroom with WC, wash hand basin, work surface, cupboards and plumbing for an automatic washing machine.
On the first floor there is access to a loft area, three well- proportioned bedrooms and a well-equipped family bathroom which is fitted with a bath, WC, wash hand basin and glazed shower cubicle.
Externally to the front of the cottage there is a raised shrub bed and shallow steps to the front door. The integral garage benefits from an electric roller door, pedestrian door to the rear, power, lighting and an initial forecourt to the front.
The enclosed mature rear garden is a real feature, being well stocked with a variety of shrubs, trees and floral beds. A gravelled seating area provides the ideal spot for some alfresco
entertaining or family dining. There is a useful timber shed and a workshop with power and lighting.
A gate to the rear provides access to a footpath that leads into the Churchyard. Immediately abutting the rear of the house is a Lean-To currently utilised for garden storage.