Making an ideal very affordable family home with great potential a spacious older style house mid-terraced (one of only 3) house with brick faced elevations. Gas-Fired central heating is installed with a modern boiler and sealed unit windows in hardwood frames. The good sized accommodation enjoys an east/west facing aspect with distant town and country views. On the ground floor is a hall, sitting room with stone open fireplace, kitchen/dining room with fitted units and eye level electric double oven, gas hob and cooker hood plus a useful rear porch. On the first floor are 3 bedrooms (2 double and a single) and a bathroom. The good sized loft (part boarded and with light) is well insulated. There is potential for a small single storey rear extension.
The property also has the benefit of side pedestrian access and a sunny west facing rear garden.
There is unrestricted on road parking within the cul-de-sac (the no parking signs are to deter non local residents).
The front garden is laid to lawn together with shrub borders and brick boundary front walls. A side pedestrian passage (shared with just one neighbouring house) leads to the rear.
The rear garden comprises an adjoining terrace with timber shed and steps lead up to a lawn, together with shrub borders featuring a small magnolia tree.
This is a former Local Authority property to which Section 157 of the Housing Act 1985 applies. This states that the purchaser must have lived or worked in the County of Dorset for the proceeding three years. However consent will be considered if a purchaser does not fulfil this criteria, provided they intend to use the property as their principal residence.
Gale Crescent is a small cul-de-sac located to the south west of the town centre. Amenities close by include a convenience shop, Morrisons, Bridport Leisure Centre, playing/sports fields and St Mary's Primary School. Open countryside is also very nearby with access to the riverside walks and to West Bay. Bridport town centre is within only about 10/15 minutes walking distance (via a footpath by the playing fields and along Foundry Lane) offering an excellent range of shopping, business and leisure facilities, together with a twice weekly market.
The stunning World Heritage Jurassic Coast at West Bay is within only about 1.5 miles to the south with its attractive harbour, bathing beaches and access to the beautiful cliff tops.
The larger centres of Weymouth, Dorchester and Yeovil are all within about 20 - 30 minutes driving distance with a mainline rail services to London and the West Country.
THE AGENT SAYS
"A sensibly price and well-built older style family house in a tucked away convenient position". Martin Bowen-Ashwin, Director, Humberts, Bridport.