Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Not much change from £300,000

If you have a spare £280,000 kicking around, how about snapping up 6 Beach Road, West Bexington, Dorchester, (mains water, electricity and drainage all connected) which in estate agentspeak is a "recently refurbished one bedroom timber chalet enjoying stunning sea views over Lyme Bay with direct access onto Chesil Beach". So what do you get for your slightly more than quarter of a million? Double glazed French patio doors lead to:
> Studio Room – 17’7” x 9’6” (5.36m x 2.90m). Formerly a separate sitting room and master bedroom now opened up into one spacious studio room with windows in three aspects, enjoying views from Golden Cap, Lyme Regis to Portland Bill. Built in
storage cupboard.
> Kitchen – 6’5” x 5’6” (1.96m x 1.68m). Coloured unit incorporating Belfast style sink and mixer tap with wood block work surface over. Space for fridge/freezer. Plate rack. Access to roof void. Part double glazed stable door to rear.
> Bedroom – 6’4” x 5’8” (1.93m x 1.73m). Fitted bunk beds.
> Bathroom – 6’5” x 5’5” (1.96m x 1.65m). Coloured suite comprising bath with shower mixer attachment over. Pedestal wash hand basin. WC. Wall mounted boiler for hot water.
> Outside - Gardens lie to both front and rear adjoining the beach to the front and form part of the Jurassic coastline. Implement shed. Barbeque.

More information from Symonds & Sampson

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