Set just a hundred metres from the stunning Jurassic Coast, this fabulous property has fantastic sea views and makes a wonderful holiday home for a family looking to explore the Dorset countryside.
Enjoying a secluded position just 100 metres from the breathtaking Jurassic Coast, this bright and attractive retreat has lovely sea views and is a perfect holiday home for a family or small group looking for a tranquil hideaway. Set within a garden which stretches out for three-quarters of an acre, the property is ideal whether you want to relax in beautiful surroundings or explore the abundant countryside and stunning coastlines nearby.
Entering this pretty house you will find a light-filled triple aspect lounge/diner which is a wonderful space to unwind in and has a charming dining area overlooking the garden. There’s a stylishly designed kitchen with a handy breakfast table. The property also has five cosy bedrooms: a single, a double, a twin and a triple upstairs, downstairs you will find a twin room and adjacent shower room with WC. There is an enclosed covered yard adjoining the kitchen ideal for hanging up your beach wear and for those muddy boots following a walk along the coast path. Outside, the extensive garden surrounds the house and has plenty of space for children to run about,You can enjoy a drink or a BBQ on the furnished raised terrace, and you can reach the beach via a gate leading onto the coastal path.
Located on the Jurassic Coast, with the Southwest Coast Path at the bottom of the garden, with Durdle Door (5 miles), Lulworth Cove (5.5 miles) and the site of Jordan Hill Roman Temple (4 miles) all within easy reach. A short drive takes you to the popular seaside town of Weymouth (7 miles) with its beautiful beaches, crescent bay and numerous attractions including the Jurassic Skyline and Sandworld. From Weymouth, you can travel south to explore the Isle of Portland (13.5 miles) with its famous fortress and the Portland Bill Lighthouse. Heading inland you can visit the magnificent Lulworth Castle (13 miles) or the market town of Dorchester (8.5 miles), famous for its links to Thomas Hardy. You can visit Hardy’s home, Max Gate, in Dorchester, or his birthplace in Higher Bockhampton (10 miles).