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Waverley, Sherborne Lane, Lyme Regis
Under offer

2 beds | Guide price £425,000

  • Semi-Detached Character Cottage
  • Tastefully Modernised and Improved
  • Within Easy Distance of Town Centre and Seafront
  • Lounge
  • Kitchen Diner
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • Downstairs Shower Room
  • Landscaped Gardens


Waverley is a character semi-detached chalet style house, thought to have been built in the 1920's, which retains plenty of period features typical of its age.

Located within pretty Sherborne Lane, closely positioned for both the town centre and seafront, the property has been improved over the past four years by opening up the living and kitchen space, installation of a downstairs shower room, new flooring and general redecoration as well as further decking in the lower level of the garden. It has been lovingly maintained and would be ideally suited as a second home or holiday let.

Waverley benefits from two bedrooms, open plan living and kitchen space, family bathroom and downstairs shower room, together with attractive landscaped gardens and two useful stores.

Lyme Regis is an historic coastal town noted for its many character buildings, centuries old Cobb Harbour and unspoilt surrounding countryside. The town centre provides good shopping facilities for day to day needs and the larger centres of Taunton and Exeter are both about 28 miles away. There is a main line railway station at Axminster (6 miles inland). In Lyme Regis there is also a sailing club, bowls, golf course, theatre and numerous local societies.

The town is situated on the beautiful and unspoilt Devon and Dorset 'Jurassic Coast' awarded World Heritage Site status by UNESCO in December 2001.

The Accommodation Comprises:
Mulit-panel front door to:


Entrance Hall
Karndean flooring, ceiling light, window seat, dual aspect double glazed window. Radiator. Telephone point. Door to:

Shower Room
Part tiled. Vinyl flooring. Inset spotlights. WC. Shower cubicle. Pedestal hand wash basin. Heated ladder style towel rail. Extractor fan.

Further door from Hall into:

Kitchen Diner
12'7" x 11'4" (3.84m x 3.45m)
Matching shaker style wall and base units with rolled edge wood laminate worktops, tiling to splashback areas. Space for oven. Plumbing and space for washing machine and dishwasher. 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink and drainer. Open fireplace with woodburning stove and timber mantlepiece. Door into Larder with power and plumbing for washing machine. Part glazed. Square archway to:

18' x 11'9" (5.49m x 3.58m)
Fitted carpet, ceiling light, Minster stone fireplace with woodburning stove. Dual aspect double glazed windows and further multi-panel door on to outside space. Wall mounted uplights. TV point. Smoke alarm. Stairs to first floor.


With access to Loft hatch.

Bedroom 1
14'11" x 11'1" (4.55m x 3.38m)
Sloped ceiling with dormer windows. Eaves storage. Overlooking the 'Old Town'.

Bedroom 2
12'1" x 11'2" (3.68m x 3.40m)
Sloped ceiling, eaves storage. Double glazed window.

Vinyl flooring. Ceiling light. Extractor fan. Double glazed window to side. Eaves storage. White three piece suite comprising panelled bath within tiled surround, WC and pedestal hand wash basin. Shaver point. Heated ladder style towel rail.

Waverley is located on Sherborne Lane, a picturesque narrow lane linking Broad Street with the River Lym and the old town. The gardens have been attractively landscaped with ease of maintenance in mind. There is a wrought iron pedestrian gate from Sherborne Lane to a pathway (shared with the adjoining property) and adjacent 2 useful store sheds. The entrance to Waverley is via a wooden gate which gives access to the rear of the property and here there are gravelled beds which lead to an entrance into the hallway.

Timber decking leads along the side and continues to the front of the house (and door to the sitting room). There are steps leading down to the secluded main garden and further decked areas with gravelled beds with stone gabions, shrubs and small trees.

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