3 Double Bedrooms. Bathroom. Hallway. Cloakroom. Sitting Room. Kitchen/Dining Room. Conservatory. Courtyard Garden. Gas Fired Central Heating. Double Glazed Windows. Tucked Away Position Close to the Village Centre.
The property is an attractive cottage style terraced house built in 1997 and set within a small cul-de-sac development of 14 varying style and sized houses. Under the current ownership for approximately 20 years the property has been well maintained and is offered in very good order throughout. On the ground floor is a spacious kitchen with a comprehensive range of wall and floor cupboards together with integrated appliances. From the hallway access leads through into an attractive sitting room with feature fireplace and wood burner effect gas fire. The ground floor accommodation is complimented by a UPVC double glazed conservatory which opens into a courtyard garden. There is also a very useful downstairs cloakroom. On the first floor are 3 double bedrooms and bathroom.
The excellent specification includes gas fired central heating and double glazing.
Internal viewing is essential to appreciate the accommodation and comes highly recommended.
An archway adjacent to the cottage with gravelled driveway leads to the rear courtyard with access to the GARAGE and PARKING BAY. There is further general parking in Barneys Close if required to the front.
Barneys Close is quietly situated at the lower end of the coastal village of Charmouth approximately 300 yards from the main shops and amenities. It is within easy walking distance of the blue flag beach located on the World Heritage coastline. The surrounding area and coastline are designated as areas of outstanding natural beauty, much being controlled or owned by the National Trust. Local beauty spots of note include nearby Stonebarrow Hill, Golden Cap and Langdon Woods.
Charmouth is a highly popular seaside village with an excellent range of local shops, public houses, doctors and dentists surgeries, church, library and popular village school which is within the catchment area of the excellent Woodroffe Secondary School. The old historic town of Lyme Regis is only about 3 miles to the west whilst the market town of Bridport about 7 miles to the east. Dorchester, the County town of Dorset, and Axminster both have main line rail services to London and the West Country.