Addendum To Printed Catalogue
This property has sold prior.
The property is Grade II Listed.
A light and spacious three storey, three bedroom, end of terrace property situated in the seaside town of Portland and in close proximity to Chesil beach and the Jurassic coastline, local shops and leisure facilities. Free car parking is available nearby making this a perfect low maintenance family home, or perhaps for use as a second home with additional holiday/airbnb lettings income.
This property is situated on the Isle of Portland, Dorset and is in walking distance of Chesil Beach. Portland offers a range of local facilities and amenitie, including restaurants, shops and a water sports academy, whilst the nearby resort town of Weymouth offers a further range of amenities including high street shops, a lively nightlife and a mainline railway station.
Open plan lounge/kitchen/diner
Landing, bedroom one with sea views, bedroom two and bathroom.
Attic bedroom with seaviews and an archway through to a home office/dressing room.
Strictly block viewings by prior appointment with Palmer Snell Weymouth 01305 778679. General enquiries Countrywide Property Auctions 01395 275691.
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