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The accommodation comprises of a good sized kitchen/diner, a reception room with feature fireplace and French doors out to the garden, downstairs wc, a master bedroom with en-suite shower room, a further double bedroom and good sized single bedroom.

Plus there is the addition of an architect designed SELF CONTAINED ANNEXE with a mezzanine bedroom/study, shower-room and reception room.

Situated amidst the rolling hills of Dorset, Elworth Farmhouse Cottage is in close proximity to the World Heritage Coast, near to the historic village of Abbotsbury where you can visit Abbotsbury Swannery, Sub-tropical Gardens and Great Tithe Barn. Situated just yards from the seafront on the southern side of Swanage bay, close to the restored pier and many restaurants, these two stone cottages are ideal for a traditional seaside family holiday or for exploring the Isle of Purbeck.

The 'south-central' area of coastline thus runs west from The Solent which separates the Isle Of Wight from the mainland, and, proceeding westward, includes a series of sites significant to England's geography and history.

First is the double bay on which sit the historic market town of Christchurch, the major resort of Bournemouth, the mouth of Poole Harbour (perhaps Europe's or even the world's 2nd largest, with the port of Poole at its head), and the coast around the Purbeck headland to the historic seaside resort of Weymouth and the peninsular Isle Of Portland ('England's Gibraltar') to the Devon boundary at Lyme Regis.

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