- DECEPTIVELY SPACIOUS 4 BEDROOM TOWN HOUSE
- LOCATED IN QUIET ROAD CLOSE TO TOWN & BEACH
- SEA VIEWS
- ACCOMMODATION OVER 3 FLOORS
- PERFECT FAMILY HOME OR HOLIDAY HOME
- PRETTY TERRACE WITH SEA VIEWS
- 2 MINUTE WALK TO TOWN & SEAFRONT
- MANY ORIGINAL VICTORIAN FEATURES
- GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING
- VENDOR SUITED
DECEPTIVELY SPACIOUS 4 BEDROOM TOWN HOUSE IN QUIET ROAD CLOSE TO TOWN CENTRE WITH SEA VIEWS & PRETTY TERRACE. A PERFECT FAMILY HOME
The seaside town of Swanage is located on the eastern edge of the Isle of Purbeck, enjoying long sandy beaches, offering many sea activities, coastal walks along the Jurassic Coast, restaurants, cafés, shops, the Historic Swanage Steam Railway and many more family attractions. With easy road access to Sandbanks chain ferry connecting this Purbeck peninsula to Poole Harbour, Sandbanks and Bournemouth.
This Victorian terraced, town house set out over 3 floors is attractively built of red brick with Purbeck stone bay window mullion detail under a slate roof. Located in a quiet road within a two minute walk of the town centre and seafront, the property is ideally located and offers elevated views over rooftops of Swanage Bay and Ballard Down.
The Front Door opens into an Entrance Hall with beautiful original Victorian tiled floor. Access to all ground floor rooms and stairs to first floor all lead off the Hall. The Sitting Room/Diner to the front of the house is a light spacious yet cosy room with west facing bay window and original feature Victorian cast iron and tiled fireplace with decorative surround, and plenty of space for comfortable seating, dining table and chairs. The Kitchen/Breakfast Room is located to the rear of the house and is stylishly designed with a good range of wall and base units for storage, contrasting tiled splash back, inset circular stainless steel sink, and gas hob with integral oven under and extractor canopy above. The layout fits in perfectly with the character of the house with east facing window overlooking the terrace and space for table and chairs, presents a lovely breakfast area. There is a Cloakroom with shower, w.c. and wash basin tucked under the stairs and at the end of the Hall is a Utility Room providing ample space for all white goods, boiler and the back door which leads to a pretty courtyard Terrace.
First Floor – The large Master Bedroom is located to the front of the house, a west facing bay window provides wonderful natural light to the room along with a wonderful window seat and views north to Ballard Down. Used as a Lounge by the current owners an original feature cast iron and tiled fireplace with decorative surround maintain character and present scope to utilise this beautiful room as a comfortable Master Bedroom or Lounge. Along the Landing is Bedroom 2, a pleasant double room with east facing window, original decorative cast iron fireplace and plenty of space for wardrobe and bedroom furniture. The Family Bathroom is located to the rear of the first floor, and comprises of built in shower, bath, wash basin and w.c. with two windows providing plenty of natural light.
Second Floor – Stairs lead up to two Bedrooms and Landing. Bedroom 3 to the front of the house is a spacious double room benefitting from a west facing dormer window with window sides shedding glorious light into the room and presenting views of Ballard Down through the rooftops. A decorative cast iron fireplace provides a lovely feature and there is plenty of facility for comfortable seating and bedroom furniture. Bedroom 4 located to the rear of the house is a lovely bright double/twin room with original decorative cast iron feature fireplace. An east facing dormer window with window sides offers elevated views of Swanage Bay to Ballard Down and towards the Isle of Wight.
Gas fired central heating
Outside – To the front of the house stone topped brick pillars frame the pathway to the front door with a low brick wall defining the front boundaries. To the rear of the property a pretty raised courtyard enclosed on three sides by house walls with low wall and railings on the open side. The terrace provides enough space for seating, table and plant pots making a relaxing al fresco entertaining area, or just to sit and enjoy the sea view. Steps lead off the terrace down to a gateway which opens on to Taunton Road.