A deceptively spacious and newly refurbished family home with a large garden nestled in the village of Marshwood
- Semi Detached
- Private Parking
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Edelweiss is a semi detached bungalow built in the 1960s but has had an extensive program of tasteful refurbishment by the current owners to provide both a spacious and comfortable home for a growing family or a buyer looking to downsize from a large home. The property is well set back and screened from the road with a drive for several cars. The front door leads into an entrance hall with the living room enjoying views to the front and a log burner installed in the corner. There are four double bedrooms, a luxury style en suite bath and shower room to the master bedroom as well as a family bathroom. The kitchen dining room is a fantastic feature of this property with double doors opening onto the garden to rear. There is also a study area and plenty of storage space if required. The integral garage is a huge bonus providing further storage or workshop.
The property enjoys a large rear garden with features that include a patio area directly outside the kitchen double doors. There are mature tree and shrub borders with the majority being laid to lawn. Being semi detached there is access from the front drive.
Situation And Amenities
The village of Marshwood has local amenities including a church, primary school and a thriving and artistic local community. As well as a good variety of local primary and secondary school options, Marshwood lies within the catchment of the renowned Woodroffe school in Lyme Regis. The village is surrounded by the beautiful rolling countryside with Dorset's highest hill, Pilsdon Pen, in view. The surrounding countryside offers an abundance of walks and bridleways. Lamberts Castle, which is one of a number of impressive iron aged hill forts in West Dorset, is nearby and is very popular with dog walkers.
The village is ideally placed for Axminster, five miles away, giving good rail links to London and the southeast and westwards to Exeter or further into Devon and Cornwall. To the South, there is access to the stunning Jurassic Coast at the pretty coastal towns of Charmouth and Lyme Regis (which has featured in many films over the years).
From Bridport take the A35 towards and past Lyme Regis. Take the right hand turn marked Marshwood and proceed along the B3165 for approximately 4 miles going through the village. Edelweiss can be found set back on the left hand side.