STUDLAND

£399,950

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
This most attractive terraced house has been extensively refurbished throughout in recent years presenting delightful character accommodation complemented with a modern easy living style. It is pleasantly located on the outskirts of the village, virtually adjoining open country and is thought to date back to the early part of the 20th Century. The property is constructed of brick with a slate roof, having concrete tiles to the rear extension.

The pretty village of Studland, the inspiration for Toytown in Enid Blyton's Noddy, lies at the South-Eastern tip of the Isle of Purbeck. Whilst the property is nestled in a quiet location within the village, it is surrounded by vast heathland and is within close proximity to sandy beaches that stretch for four miles along the Studland coastline towards Old Harry Rocks. The seaside town of Swanage is a short drive away and from here you can take a steam train to the historic village of Corfe Castle. The conurbations of Poole and Bournemouth and the exclusive Sandbanks peninsula are also within easy reach via the Sandbanks toll ferry. Both Poole and Bournemouth have main line rail link to London Waterloo (approximately 2 hours). Much of the surrounding area of Studland is owned by the National Trust and is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty including the gateway to the Jurassic Coast and World Heritage Coastline.

The accommodation is immaculately presented and the entrance hall leads you into the living room with open fireplace and fitted cupboards either side. The modern kitchen/dining room has been fitted with a range of quality units with wooden worktops, composite sink, and integrated appliances including electric hob, oven, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator and freezer. Bi-folding doors open to the walled courtyard garden, the perfect additional entertaining space. A utility area with plumbing for washing machine leads from the kitchen through to the bathroom.

Living Room 4.26m x 4.06m (14' x 13'4”)

Kitchen/Dining Room 5.12m x 2.85m (16'10” x 9'4”)

Utility Room 1.76m x 1.67m (5'9” x 5'6”)

Bathroom 2.39m x 1.67m (7'10” x 5'6”)

The first floor accommodation has high ceilings giving a feeling of spaciousness, with a velux window on the landing and access to storage space in the loft. The master bedroom has a recessed hanging space and there are two further bedrooms at the rear both with views over nearby heathland; one double with linen cupboard housing insulated hot water cylinder and one single which completes the accommodation.

Bedroom 1 3.96m x 3.37m (13' x 11'1”)

Bedroom 2 3.79m x 2.73m (12'5” x 8'11”)

Bedroom 3 2.7m x 2.16m (8'10” x 7'1')

The property is approached by a communal driveway and there is one parking space opposite the house with a small front garden behind which is lawned with shrubs and bound by hedging and low picket fence. The rear walled courtyard garden has been paved to provide a private, low maintenance space.

This delightful home has been well-maintained by the current owners and is ready to occupy. A viewing is therefore highly recommended to appreciate, by appointment through the sole Agents, Corbens, 01929 422284.

Services: Mains water, drainage and electricity, no gas available.

Council Tax Band D

Property Reference STU1087

Arrange viewing 01929 288149

Corbens Estate Agents

41 Station Road, Swanage, Dorset

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