Offering an abundance of character this delightful Grade II listed cottage dates back to the 1700's & benefits from versatile accommodation as well as a extensive southerly facing rear garden. The vendor is suited with no further chain.
Set opposite picturesque fields with views down to Swanage Bay & beyond to the Isle Of Wight this character cottage is accessed at the front through a secure front door into an entrance vestibule with a useful corner storage cupboard & flagstone flooring which flows into the living room.
The spacious living room enjoys a double aspect with windows to the front & to the rear aspects with the rear window having a window seat. There is Flagstone flooring throughout the room with the main feature being an Inglenook fireplace with built in stove/oven & ornamental candles to either side. Additionally there is also under floor heating, two built in cupboards, two radiators & wall mounted lights.
The dining room which could also be used as a downstairs bedroom if desired enjoys views of the fields in front down to Swanage Bay & towards the Isle of Wight. There is also tiled flooring & two radiators.
The kitchen enjoys views of the rear garden & has a range of fitted cupboards at base & eye level with matching drawers, integral wine rack & display shelving. A butler sink is set into the work surface with integral drainers to either side. There is space for an upright fridge/freezer & plumbing for a washing machine & dishwasher plus a third under the counter appliance. There is an 8 ring gas range cooker with matching extractor above & splash back tiling plus a wall mounted boiler & under floor heating.
The fully tiled bathroom has a matching white suite comprising of a wc, wash hand basin & a bath with wall mounted shower. There is an opaque window to the entrance vestibule, under the stairs storage cupboard, extractor fan & a radiator.
Stairs from the living room lead up to the spacious first floor landing which could be used as a study area if desired. There are views from the window into the rear garden & beyond into the fields. There is a radiator & an entrance to the loft hatch.
The master bedroom has strip wood flooring throughout, a radiator & a window giving views of the front aspect down to Swanage Bay & towards the Isle of Wight.
The second bedroom is a through room from the master bedroom to the landing & is currently used as a dressing/guest bedroom. There are two integral wardrobes either side of the chimney breast, two radiators & a window giving views of the rear garden & the fields beyond. There is wood flooring throughout & a decorative fireplace.
The third bedroom is a double sized room with views of the front aspect & a radiator.
The front garden has a decorative shrubbed area with path leading to the front door. The extensive southerly facing rear garden has a patio area abutting the property with a path leading to the car parking area. The garden is tiered with an array of shrubs & plants with a lawned area with fruit trees. There is a patio area outside a summerhouse & garden shed. There are a further two patio areas with one giving views of the neighbouring fields.
The property has an allocated car parking space with power & light.
The Purbeck stone workshop has power & light & is split into two rooms with a half pitch roof. To one side of the work shop is a storage area & to the other side is what is thought to be the original bakers oven.
Set in the hamlet of Coombe approximately 1 ½ miles out of Swanage Town Centre with its shops, amenities, popular Mowlem Theatre plus the picturesque sea front & bathing beaches. Swanage has a steam railway which runs to Corfe Castle/Norden. Being within The Purbecks there is an abundance of coastal walks & activities along the Jurassic Coast.
Living Room 15'11'’ (4.87m) into fireplace x 15'2'’ (4.64m)
Dining Room 10'11'’ (3.34m) x 9'9'’ (2.99m)
Kitchen 14'7'’ (4.45m) x 7'0'’ (2.14m)
Bathroom 8'5'’ (2.58m) x 4'6'’ (1.38m)
Bedroom 1 10'9'’ (3.29m) x 9'9'’ (2.99m)
Bedroom 2 17'4'’ (5.29m) into door recess x (dressing room) 7'11'’ (2.43m)
Nothing in these particulars should be deemed as a statement that the property is in good structural condition, nor that any services, appliances, equipment or facilities are in good working order or have been tested, nor that any accesses to the property are legal rights of way. Purchasers should satisfy themselves on such matters prior to purchase by means of enlisting professional advice on all items and whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and do not form part of any contract.