Weybury at Brighstone has wonderful views of the downs and to the English Channel.
WELL placed in popular Brighstone, with wonderful views to both the sea and downs, detached Weybury is also a winner when it comes to providing comfortable family living.
The handsome house, standing high up in Upper Lane, with fields stretching away from its back garden up to scenic downland, has all the right credentials to cope with life’s busy routines.
Its airy accommodation is arranged in practical fashion and includes four double bedrooms, a well appointed family bathroom, en-suite bathroom and downstairs cloakroom, a roomy kitchen with a utility room off, a conservatory, a study that could be bedroom five and a separate dining room that can be opened up to the living room.
Details such as a separate shower cubicle as well as a bath in the two spacious bathrooms plus wardrobes neatly built into every bedroom all add to a smooth-running household.
Offered chain-free, Weybury has photovoltaic roof panels which generate income for the owner.
Completing the enticing picture is a good-sized plot with lawned rear gardens with fruit trees and bushes.
A long driveway leads through the front garden to parking and turning space and continues through double gates to a detached garage with power and light.
Sea views start at the front door, beneath a covered entrance area flanked by fragrant lavender. The entrance hallway is spacious and impressive, with oak laminate flooring continuing on into the cloakroom and the front-facing study and elegant staircase.
A front view to the sea can be enjoyed while working in the kitchen, which is smartly fitted out with beech-effect units and has a fitted gas hob with extractor over, an eye-level electric double oven and spaces for a dishwasher, fridge/freezer and chest freezer.
Neutral ceramic-tiled flooring flows from here into the utility room with matching units, space for a washing machine and dryer and a door to the side garden. Also off the kitchen is the dining room, with lovely rear views over the garden and farmland to the downs through double doors to the large paved rear terrace.
Glazed double doors link this room to the inviting lounge warmed by a woodburning stove and with a rear outlook and French doors to the conservatory.
The PVCu double-glazed conservatory with beech flooring and double doors to the paved terrace, is a favourite place to relax and take in fine downland views.
The rear downland views are even better from upstairs big bedroom one and spacious bedroom two.
In addition to a bath and shower cubicle, bedroom one’s fully tiled en-suite bathroom has a WC with concealed cistern and a vanity unit handbasin — similar to those in the family bathroom and the cloakroom.
Sunny bedroom three and bedroom four, a smaller double room, both have a superb front outlook over countryside to the coast and sea.
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