This charming stunning 18th-century Grade II-listed cottage is full of character and ideally located in the village of Corfe Castle.
Situated close to the bustling centre and historic ruins of Corfe Castle, this stunning 18th-century, Grade II-listed cottage is full of character and charm. With ample room for five in a vibrant village location, this cottage is perfect for those wishing to explore the history and scenery of this wonderful part of the world.
Step through the stone archway and stable door to discover the charm of this cottage, with period features in abundance. The beautiful flagstone floor leads into the kitchen/breakfast room where modern appliances combine with the characterful charm of beamed ceiling and the original bread oven. Cook something delicious for the whole family and sit down to enjoy it at the farmhouse-style table in the dining room; there’s room for everyone. The sitting room is up two steps from the dining room and has comfortable furnishings and wood burner making it the perfect place to relax after a day’s adventures while looking out to the garden through the French doors. There are three bedrooms upstairs, all with exposed beams and reduced ceiling height. One of the bedrooms boasts an en-suite bathroom with an opulent roll-top bath for ultimate relaxation. There is also a family bathroom. The front of this property is located on the village lane while the pretty rear garden has a terrace, lovely greenery and a wildflower garden so you can relax in your very own haven.
Located only 100 metres from the ruins of Corfe Castle, this cottage is in an ideal location for history enthusiasts. The castle was originally constructed in the 11th century by William the Conqueror and you can clamber around the ramparts and ruins or catch a film in the summer courtesy of the Purbeck Film Festival. The Purbeck Heritage Coast at Swanage is 5.5 miles away, for those wishing for some fresh sea air.