An elegant double fronted Grade II Listed Town House boasting spacious family accommodation over three floors. Believed to be one of the earliest houses to be built on the South side of Easton Square*, this imposing property has been sympathetically restored to the highest of standards, retaining many period features. * Source: The Buildings of OLD PORTLAND by Eric Ricketts
The original Georgian front door leads to an entrance vestibule with stained glass door. To the front of the house, a charming SITTING ROOM features a beautiful Art Nouveau fireplace and sash windows with wood panel surrounds. Doors lead to a second front aspect RECEPTION ROOM with another feature Art Nouveau fireplace. Off the sitting room, a hall leads to a generous FOURTH BEDROOM/STUDY overlooking the REAR GARDEN and a well fitted shower room with double shower cubicle, basin and WC.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
A gallery landing and stairs lead to the LOWER GROUND FLOOR and the bright and spacious DINING ROOM with double doors opening to the landscaped garden. The spacious bespoke KITCHEN has an extensive range of quality cupboards with solid Beech worktops. Fittings include a Belling range cooker, American style fridge freezer and an integrated dishwasher. Adjoining the kitchen is the FAMILY ROOM, ideal for entertaining. The Family room also benefits from a concealed UTILITY AREA. Solid Birch flooring is throughout this floor and there is also a WC.
On the FIRST FLOOR are THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS. Both front aspect bedrooms overlook Easton Gardens and feature their original Georgian fireplaces, whilst the main bedroom also benefits from the original built-in cupboards with arched coving. The main bathroom is beautifully fitted with a feature double end roll top bath, wash hand basin and WC.
Externally, there is a beautifully landscaped South facing COTTAGE GARDEN laid to lawn with an abundance of established flowers, shrubs and trees. The seller informs us there is the possibility to purchase a garage in a nearby road.
See floor plan attached for room sizes.
Enviably, situated in the heart of Easton Square and its amenities, overlooking picturesque Easton Gardens.
Portland provides a variety of shopping and business outlets as well as many leisure activities, in particular, the excellent fishing, sailing and water sports facilities. Portland and Weymouth hosted the sailing events of the 2012 Olympic Games from the Portland based National Sailing Academy and Osprey Quay Marina.
Weymouth Town Centre is approximately 7 miles with a main line station to London Waterloo.
All mains services connected.
Weymouth & Portland Borough Council – Band B.
Photography taken from previous period of marketing.