This character cottage built circa 1760 (but not listed) is set just off the main high street in the town with all local amenities just round the corner.
The property is accessed via a upvc opaque double glazed front door through into a hallway which opens out into the living room. There is an integral door mat & a upvc double glazed window to the side. The lounge has a upvc double glazed window to the front aspect & a wall mounted electric heater. The feature of the room is a brick fireplace with alcoves to either side & a marble base & an inset wood burner. A step leads up to the dining area where there is a continuation of the brick work with an inset shelving unit.
The kitchen/breakfast room has a matching range of cupboards at base & eye level with drawers, display shelving, glass fronted display cabinets & book shelving. There is space for an upright electric cooker with a built in extractor hood above, plus space & plumbing for a washing machine, dishwasher & for an upright fridge/freezer. A sink with side drainer is set into the work surface, with splash back tiling around the work surface areas. A upvc double glazed door gives access to the rear garden. There is also a double glazed window. The breakfast area has double glazed sliding patio doors out to the garden & a wall mounted electric heater.
The main bathroom has a matching suite comprising of a wc, wash hand basin & a bath with a wall mounted electric shower. There is an opaque upvc double glazed window to the rear aspect, the floor is tiled with splash back tiling on the walls.
Stairs from the lounge lead up to the landing where there is access to the two bedrooms & a hatch giving access to the loft.
The master bedroom has a upvc double glazed window to the front aspect & an internal window giving light to the landing. The room has an electric heater & a range of up & over wardrobes & storage cupboards. Off the bedroom is the en suite which has a shower cubicle with a wall mounted electric shower, a wc & a wall mounted wash hand basin with splash back tiling. There is a double glazed Velux window.
The second bedroom has space for twin beds. There is a double glazed Velux window & a double door airing cupboard housing the hot water tank & slatted shelving.
The first section of the rear garden has a patio area that abuts the property, steps lead up to a raised patio area. The remainder of the garden is laid to lawn with a path leading to the rear of the garden where there is a hardstanding area ideal for a shed or summerhouse. The garden is enclosed with fencing to one side & mature hedging to the other.
Lounge/Diner 20’5” (6.22m) x 8’3” (2.51m)
Kitchen/Breakfast Room17’8” (5.38m) x 8’9” (2.66m)
Bedroom 1 10’2” (3.11m) x 9’3” (2.83m)
En Suite 6’8” (2.04m) x 5’2” (1.59m)
Bedroom 2 8’2” (2.51m) x 6’9” (2.06m)
Bathroom 6’1” (1.86m) x 5’9” (1.75m)
The property is set in the heart of the Saxon Walled Town of Wareham. The main focal point of the town is its Quay with boat trips to Poole Harbour; with further benefits including Wareham Forest, independent cinema, sports centre, popular schools, restaurants, cafes, St Martins Church and the museum. Just outside of the town is the train station with trains on the main line from Weymouth to London Waterloo. There is also a market every Saturday and a Farmers Market on alternate Thursdays.
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.