Double Bedroom, En Suite Bathroom, Sitting Room, Kitchen/Dining Room. Character Features. Part Electric Heating. Sealed Unit Windows. Small Front Garden. Large Well Stocked Rear Garden (measuring approximately 46' length x 28' width). Off Road Rear Parking for 2 Cars.
The cottage is a very pretty period cottage estimated to date back over 200 years having main walls of solid stone under a clay tiled roof. The property enjoys lovely open far reaching views to the front over the surrounding countryside and hills. The accommodation is well presented featuring handmade and painted solid pine kitchen units with beech worktops, Belfast sink and slot in electric cooker plus cooker hood, traditional timber small paned sealed unit windows and a modern en suite bathroom. Much of the original character has been retained with deep sill windows and a fine stone/beamed inglenook fireplace with woodburner.
There is also the major benefit of off road parking at the rear with potential for garaging and a large well stocked rear garden.
The cottage would be equally ideal as a main home, second home or long term/holiday letting investment. Viewing is strongly recommended by the sole agents.
Vehicular access is from Middle Green leading onto a private tarmac driveway/parking area.
There is a paved front garden with central border and attractive stone walls. The lovely rear garden is attractively laid out and well stocked with a large lawn, a wide variety of flower and shrub beds, arbour/trellis, paved terracing, log store and timber shed with pedestrian gate to the parking area.
The Cottage enjoys a pleasant location on the edge of Beaminster town with fantastic views, yet within easy reach of all the facilities. The town is designated as a Conservation Area and is well known for its delightful Square with a range of local business facilities, shops, restaurants and hotels. The surrounding locality contains some of the finest scenery in the county and includes the well-known viewpoints of Pilsdon Pen, Golden Cap and Eggardon Hill Fort. The area is designated as being one of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there are fine opportunities for walking and riding. The beautiful World Heritage Coastline known as the Jurassic Coast is only about 15 minutes away by car.
The historic market town of Bridport is within about 6 miles and there are golf courses at West Bay, Lyme Regis and Yeovil. There are main line rail connections to London at Crewkerne about 6 miles and at the regional centres of Dorchester and Yeovil which are also within easy commuting distance.