… Is a quaint three storey stone cottage built, we believe, in the first part of the nineteenth century. It is situated at the end of a terrace of three similar cottages and faces other properties across a quiet walkway paved with local Purbeck stone slabs. It has been extensively modernised in a contemporary style but still retains much of its original character. It is fully centrally heated for comfort all year round.
On the top floor there are two bedrooms, one a good size and the other compact. The cottage can accommodate 3 and there is a sofa bed in the lounge if extra guests are required.
On the ground floor there is the lounge and attached small ‘snug’ area.
From the ground floor, stairs lead down to a further floor comprising the kitchen, bathroom and conservatory. The conservatory gives access to a small walled garden with decking.
Entered at street level, a small ‘snug’ leads to a lounge area with stripped wooden floors. The lounge contains a sofa bed and chairs around a coal effect gas fire. It is equipped with TV, DVD player, and Wifi. There are views across to the Ballard Down to the rear, and to the quiet walkway to the front of the cottage.
The master bedroom is equipped with a kingsize oak double bed – and ample storage is provided in a fitted wardrobe. View are offered of Ballard Downs across the rooftops of the neighbouring cottages and also offers a glimpse of the sea.
The smaller second bedroom contains an oak single bed and a small fitted wardrobe. The room overlooks the facing cottages in the terrace.
The Garden Floor
The kitchen is modern and well equipped kitchen with ceramic hob, dishwasher, washer-dryer, and full-sized fridge-freezer and microwave.
The bathroom is found on this floor, and includes a power shower and an under stairs storage area.
The kitchen leads on to the conservatory with a dining table, seating 4-6. French doors lead out to the garden with decked area with garden furniture.
…is a compact walled and enclosed private garden with mature shrubs.
There are two decked areas with a table and seating for 4.
It’s a surprisingly sunny spot and perfect suntrap in which to relax with a glass of something at the end of a busy day enjoying yourself – or even for some alfresco dining