A substantial 3 bedroom detached bungalow occupying a good sized plot close to the centre of Beer and the beach. The property has high ceilings and attractive village views.
A substantial three bedroom detached bungalow occupying a good sized plot close to the centre of Beer and the beach. Constructed to an individual design, with brick elevations and beer stone surrounds to the windows and doors on the front and side elevations ,under a tiled roof with the benefit of double glazed ledded light windows and gas fired central heating.
The property now requires updating and some improvement, but there is space at the side to extend or convert the roof space subject to the usual consents.
The accommodation includes; entrance hall, cloakroom, good sized living room, kitchen/ breakfast room with larder and utility cupboard, three double bedrooms, a family bathroom, gardens, garage and carport.
Obscure glazed front door and matching side windows into: -
Beer stone door surround, feature brick walls, quarry tiled floor and obscure glazed door into: -
10' 8" x 6' 0" (3.25m x 1.83m).
Coved celling, radiator, door to : -
Obscure ledded light window to front, close couple WC with coordinating seat, wall mounted wash hand basin with chrome taps and laminate surround with storage beneath, splashback tiling and wall cupboards over.
Returning to entrance hall, door to: -
20' 0"into bay x 11' 10" (6.10m into bay x 3.61m).
Triple aspect bay window with window seat to front, feature circular window to side, and two further feature windows either side of the fireplace. The fireplace has a tiled surround with living flame gas fire and tiled heath. Coved ceiling, four wall light points, two radiators.
Returning to entrance hall, door to: -
Kitchen/ Breakfast Room
Max overall 12' 0" x 10' 3" (3.66m x 3.12m), plus alcove cupboard.
Window, half glazed door to rear. The kitchen has been fitted to three sides with an older style range of wall and base units with laminate door and drawer fronts, U shape run of work surface with range of cupboards of cupboards and drawer beneath, including under counter appliance spaces, extended at one side to form a breakfast bar.
Inset space for gas cooker, with four ring hob and double oven beneath. Matching range of wall cupboards over work surface with stainless steel extraction over cooker. Glass fronted display cupboard, with corner display shelves. Wall mounted gas fired boiler for central heating and hot water.
There is a good sized built in cupboard, with space for freezer, vinyl sheet flooring, door to: -
Built in Larder and Utility Cupboard
Max overall 6' 5" x 2' 11" (1.96m x 0.89m).
Window to rear, wall mounted shelves, space and plumbing for washing machine.
Returning to entrance hall, High arch way through to inner halll
15' 10" x 3' 1" (4.83m x 0.94m) plus cupboards.
Radiator, hatch to roof space provides ample opportunity of providing further accommodation if required, subject to consents.
Door to double built in wardrobe cupboard with further storage over.
Door to built in airing cupboard with factory insulated hot water cylinder.
Doors off to: -
13' 10" x 13' 8" (4.22m x 4.17m), including wardrobes.
Triple aspect large window to front, feature circular window to side providing attractive village views, extensive range of built in wardrobe cupboards and built in chest of drawers, coved ceiling, radiator.
13' 9" x 10' 5" (4.19m x 3.18m) including wardrobes.
Dual aspect window to rear, window to side, coved ceiling, range of wardrobe cupboards, radiator.
9' 11" x 9' 2" (3.02m x 2.79m).
Window to rear, coved ceiling, radiator.
Window to rear, white suite comprising panel bath with chrome taps and thermostatic shower over, shower rail and curtain, pedalstall wash hand basin and chrome taps, close couple WC with wooden seat. Splashback tiling to bath, shower and WC.
Radiator, two wall mounted mirror cupboards, wall mounted mirror and shaver light over wash hand basin, chrome ladder style towel rail and vinyl sheet flooring.
The property is approached from Clapps Lane, over a rising concrete entrance drive, which gives access to gate and steps to front door. The lengthy driveway has space for a number of vehicles with access to the detached single garage and gate to the rear garden. The garden is retained at a higher level by a pebble dashed wall, topped with decorative metal fencing.
The front garden comprises; a good sized area of lawn, edged with mature plants, with a paved patio approaching the front door.
In the corner of the front lawn is a pond, now in need of maintenance. A concrete path then meanders round to the side of the bungalow, where there is space for a timber shed or to extend the property subject to the usual consents.
The rear garden comprises; three terraces, with the first terrace retained by brick walls, and comprises a paved area with steps rising up to the second level, which has been grassed and retained by an attractive flint wall with the third level comprises a well planted flower and shrub border, now somewhat overgrown.
Steps rise up to the side, giving access to the upper level, which is now somewhat over grown. At the rear of the property there is a triangular workshop, with windows to either side of the stable door, and on the other side, and on the other side of the garden at the end of the entrance drive is: -
A substantial single garage of masonry construction, with a brick fasad under a tiled roof with an up and over door.
The property is situated in the historic fishing village of Beer, nestled on the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Jurassic Coast, between Sidmouth to the west and Lyme Regis to the east. The village of Beer is built around a substantial pebble beach and includes many buildings of Arts and Crafts architecture. The village offers amenities including; two churches, a post office, a number of pubs and restaurants, a delicatessen, art galleries and a village shop.
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