Bow Cottage is a beautifully presented, traditional, Portland cottage, owned and restored by an interior designer. Read more
Bow Cottage is a beautifully presented, traditional, Portland cottage, owned and restored by an interior designer. The cottage, which is Grade II listed, offers an abundance of character and charm, with sea views from the upper bedroom, an enclosed courtyard garden and only a short walk from Chesil Beach, it is a lovely home, or retreat.
Bow Cottage is a beautifully presented, traditional, Portland cottage which has been restored by an interior designer, which offers an abundance of character and charm. With sea views from the upper bedroom, an enclosed courtyard garden and only being a short walk from Chesil Beach it is a great home.
Summary: A lovely Portland cottage which features a wealth of character and charm along with modern convenience. The property has been sympathetically renovated by the current owner, an interior designer. Situated within walking distance of Chesil Beach the Grade II listed cottage has sea views from the attic room and an enclosed courtyard garden. Along with the solid fuel stove in the sitting-dining room there is central heating throughout.
Entrance Hall: Door into:
Sitting-Dining Room: 13'7" x 11'3" (4.14m x 3.43m). Dual aspect room with some exposed stone work and timbers, a solid fuel stove in stone fireplace and window seat to the front.
Kitchen: 8'1" x 7' (2.46m x 2.13m). The bespoke kitchen comprises wall mounted and floor standing cabinets with drawers and solid wood worktops over. Inset twin Belfast style sink, appliances include an induction hob, integrated dishwasher and self cleaning oven. Window to side and door to the enclosed courtyard.
Shower/Utility Room: Window to side. Shower cubicle, feature mini Belfast style sink with wooden drainer to side, WC. Storage cupboard housing combi boiler and with plumbing for washer/dryer.
First Floor Landing: Latch door opens to stairs leading to attic bedroom.
Bedroom One: 13'5" max. x 9'10" (4.1m max. x 3m). Sash window to front with window seat, feature fireplace with built in storage alongside. Exposed timber floor.
Bathroom: Sash window to rear. Roll top bath with claw feet, wash hand basin over vanity, WC with high level cistern. Retro style radiator towel rail. Exposed timber floor.
Attic Bedroom: 14'5" (4.4m) max. x 13'5" (4.1m) max.. Dual aspect room with sea views from the rear aspect roof window. Exposed timber floor. Feature fireplace. Eaves storage area.
Courtyard: Enclosed courtyard garden with exposed stone & timber wall to the rear. Wood plank decking.
Lifestyle: Situated in the middle of the beautiful Jurassic Coast, on the end of the world-renowned Chesil Beach, the Isle of Portland is unique. The protected waters of Portland Harbour and Weymouth Bay provide wonderful facilities for sailing and wind surfing, The National Sailing Academy and yacht marina are added attractions. Underhill, the lower part of Portland, is a short stroll from Chesil Beach where one can sit, relax, have a coffee or a meal while watching the fishermen collecting crab pots, or simply watch the spectacular sunsets over the bay. The island has lovely cliff top walks, as well as Portland Bill with its lighthouse and Pulpit Rock. Joined to the mainland by a road bridge, Weymouth, with its beautiful child friendly sandy beach is 5 miles away, while Dorchester, the County Town is only 15 miles away.