Stottingway Street, Weymouth, Dorset DT3

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
A period detached house situated in a much coveted position in the picturesque village of Upwey.

This fine home enjoys a well appointed interior which boasts a fine blend of period features with modern fitments including stone mullion windows, fireplaces (one with an inglenook), sash windows, exposed beams, modern kitchen and bathrooms.

On the ground floor, a welcoming hallway with limestone tiled flooring leads into a sitting room with feature inglenook fireplace with bread oven and woodburning stove. A side door leads through to the inner hall and lobby, useful craft room/ studio fitted with a range of maple units with granite worksurfaces and door up to a utility room with gas fired boiler and door to outside. There is a spacious rear aspect dining room with open fireplace and door leading into the garden room and kitchen. The kitchen/dining/ garden room is the hub of the house and a most impressive room with an abundance of natural light with a south facing aspect at the rear. Extensively fitted with an attractive range of wall and floor cupboards with quartz worksurfaces and central island with inset sink, double fronted larder cupboard with oak internal shelving, built in 5 ring range cooker, microwave and integrated fridge/freezer.

Open access leads through into the garden room with triple aspect oak framed windows overlooking the gardens with additional Velux windows and French doors.

On the first floor is an impressive double aspect landing area with stone mullion windows and stairs to the second floor.

There is a contemporary fitted shower room and three spacious double bedrooms. The main bedroom enjoys delightful south facing views over the gardens and fields beyond with a range of built in oak wardrobes and drawers and an en-suite bathroom.

On the second floor are a further 2 double bedrooms with beamed ceilings.

Externally the property benefits from a car port and a walled forecourt parking area, accessed via an electrically operated door. The rear landscaped gardens which abut open fields are a real feature of this stunning home.

Immediately adjoining the rear is a paved terrace with stone steps up to a raised sun terrace. Beyond are large expanses of lawned gardens, stocked with an abundance of shrubs and plants, fruit trees, and greenhouse. There are 2 garden stores to the side together with outside WC.

The property is situated in the attractive conservation area of Upwey which is nestled in a Dorset downland valley about 4 miles north of Weymouth and 5 miles south of the County Town of Dorchester. The area is home to the Upwey Wishing Well and Tea Rooms, St Laurence Church as well as 2 public houses and a main line rail station with service hourly direct to Waterloo. The coastal resort of Weymouth and the neighbouring Isle of Portland have experienced some major regeneration projects in recent years including the Weymouth Relief Road and the development of a new marina with commercial and retail units at Portland Harbour. Both Weymouth and Dorchester offer a comprehensive range of facilities. The area also boasts a stunning coastline which forms part of the World Heritage Jurassic Coastline with scenic walks and access to beaches as well as sailing and water sport activities. The area is well served for both state and private schools.

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