Sutton Road, Sutton Poyntz, Weymouth, Dorset DT3

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Bedrooms: 4
An individually built detached chalet bungalow delightfully situated in the picturesque and highly sought after village of Sutton Poyntz.

Constructed with attractive Purbeck stone elevations, the versatile accommodation is arranged over two floors and in need of general modernisation, enjoying west facing views to the rear over open fields.

On the ground floor, an entrance hall leads into a sitting/ dining room enjoying a double aspect with patio doors opening to the rear garden and stone built open fireplace. There are two double bedrooms and bathroom on the ground floor together with a kitchen fitted with a range of wall and floor cupboards.

On the first floor, a landing leads to a further bathroom and two spacious double bedrooms with substantial eaves cupboards and enjoying delightful views over the surrounding fields.

Outside, a tarmac driveway off Sutton Road leads to parking and turning area and an integral garage with up and over door, power, light and side door leading into the hallway. The front garden is laid to lawn with shrubs and trees. Pedestrian side access on both sides leads to a small rear garden with a paved sun terrace and shrub borders. The rear garden enjoys a west facing aspect overlooking fields and countryside beyond.

The property is well positioned within this charming village which nestles below the chalk downs and is about 3 miles to the north-east of Weymouth. Within the village is a picturesque duck pond, a pub/restaurant and access to some lovely walks across the surrounding down land.

The Mill House in the village, and the neighbouring Sutton Mill were both used by Thomas Hardy in his novel 'The Trumpet Major.'

Sutton Poyntz is a designated conservation area and an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. The nearby Preston area is well served with a wide range of amenities; including doctor's surgery, hairdressers, delicatessen, general store and a small supermarket. There are also two public houses and a restaurant.

The county town of Dorchester is about 4 miles away and offers a comprehensive range of shops as well as cultural, recreational and educational facilities. The coastal resort of Weymouth provides the opportunity to enjoy a range of sailing and water sport activities, with beaches and walks along the Jurassic Coastline.

Both Weymouth and Dorchester also provide main line rail links to London Waterloo and Bristol Temple Meads.

Symonds & Sampson - Poundbury

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