Built with local Purbeck stone this attractive and cosy barn conversion enjoys fantastic rural views and is an ideal base for exploring the Jurassic Coast and the stunning Dorset countryside.
Peacefully located in a quiet cul-de-sac, this modern barn enjoys fabulous views across fields and hills. Just half a mile from the stunning beach at Lulworth Cove and a short walk from the famous rock arch at Durdle Door, it is perfect for family holidays by the sea. Inside, light and airy rooms abound, with wooden flooring, exposed beams, a wood burner and several doors opening onto the charming walled garden.
Prepare and enjoy lovely family meals in the traditionally-styled spacious kitchen/diner, featuring exposed beams above, stone flooring below and a door opening onto the garden. With three sets of French doors to the garden together with a fantastic wood burner set into a beamed fireplace, the lounge is a wonderful room in which to relax all year round. Perfect for multi-generational parties, this property boasts a second sitting room complete with games, books and a Bluetooth wireless speaker. Upstairs, the three elegantly-decorated bedrooms (with reduced height in the eaves) are rich in natural light through extensive Velux windows, while outside the delightful walled garden, up two steps, features a sunny seating area with views to the church. There is parking for three cars.
Just half a mile from the Dorset coastline, this property is only a short walk to the stunning white pebbled beach and crystal-clear waters of Lulworth Cove. From here, follow the South West Coast Path west to reach the iconic rock formation at Durdle Door (1.5 miles) or head east for Mupe Bay (2 miles). Back in Lulworth Cove, the village boasts two popular pubs and cafes for refuelling after a busy morning on the coast. For a wider choice of shops, cafes and restaurants head to the pretty town of Wareham, just 9 miles away.