Video Tour Available - A three bedroom Victorian end of terrace property with sitting/dining room, feature fireplaces and enclosed rear garden. EPC Rating: 55 Read more
Video Tour Available - A three bedroom Victorian end of terrace property with sitting/dining room, feature fireplaces and enclosed rear garden. EPC Rating: 55
Accommodation: Hallway, dining room, sitting room, kitchen, bathroom, three bedrooms. Outside there is an enclosed rear garden.
Summary: - A well presented and of terrace house with sea views, in walking distance of the sea at Chesil Beach. The property offers a sitting room open to dining room, fitted kitchen, downstairs bathroom with shower and three bedrooms on the first floor. Outside there is an enclosed garden designed for low maintenance with gated access. The property benefits from double glazing and central heating.
Entrance Porch: -
Entrance Hall: - Stairs to first floor, door to dining room, under stairs storage, radiator.
Dining Room: - 3.44m x 3.01m (11'3" x 9'11") - Rear aspect window, radiator. Archway to sitting room.
Sitting Room: - 4.54m x 3.29m (14'11" x 10'10") - Two front aspect windows, wood burner, radiator.
Kitchen: - 2.93m x 2.54 (9'7" x 8'4") - Two side aspect windows, featuring a range of fitted kitchen cabinets, integrated oven and hob, ceramic sink, boiler.
Bathroom: - Rear aspect window, walk in shower enclosure, fitted cupboards, wash hand basin, WC.
First Floor Landing: - Overhead loft access.
Bedroom One: - 5.46m x 3.28m (17'11" x 10'9") - Double aspect windows with sea view, feature fireplace, radiator.
Bedroom Two: - 3.45m x 2.95m (11'4" x 9'8") - Rear aspect window, feature fireplace, radiator.
Bedroom Three: - 2.92m x 2.60m (9'7" x 8'6") - Side aspect window, radiator.
Outside: - There is an enclosed rear garden with a feature fishpond and gated pedestrian access.
Lifestyle: - Being situated at the north end of Portland, Brymers Avenue is a short stroll from nearby Chesil Beach where Quiddles Café offers an excellent place to relax with a coffee and watch the fisherman collecting crab pots, or walk on to the popular Cove House Inn where summer evenings see many locals and tourists alike watching the spectacular sunsets. There is a further array of public houses, convenience store, library and health centre. The nearby resort town of Weymouth offers a range of brand name high street shops, an attractive harbour area and a child friendly sandy beach.
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