Waynflete is a classic picture postcard period end of terraced cottage constructed with hamstone elevations under a thatched roof. It is Listed Grade II of architectural or historic importance and lies within the conservation area. The accommodation has a host of character features typical of its age and type including stone and beamed Inglenook fireplace and exposed ceiling beams. Over the years the property has been subject to considerable improvement and modernisation whilst retaining the original character and charm of the cottage. The accommodation is extremely spacious and versatile with a large sitting/dining room with feature Inglenook fireplace, modern fitted kitchen with a range of wall and floor cupboards with oak work surfaces, integrated fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher and built in double oven and grill, 4 ring hob and extractor hood, there is also a modern fitted bathroom suite on the ground floor. On the first floor are 2 double bedrooms together with a fixed oak staircase leading to an additional 2 loft rooms/occasional bedrooms.
Outside there is an enclosed rear garden designed for ease of maintenance.
Ideal as a second home, retirement cottage or for income potential. Internal viewing comes highly recommended.
Immediately adjoining the rear of the cottage is a paved terrace with timber built GARDEN STORE complete with power and light and an additional attached TIMBER SHED.
The gardens are fully landscaped and terraced with stone retaining walls, areas laid to lawn together with flower and shrub borders. At the far end is a paved patio area designed to take advantage of the sunny aspect.
Loders is a highly sought-after and picturesque village situated in the valley of the small River Asker. The centre is made up principally of stone houses and cottages of the type for which the area is particularly well known. The excellent village amenities include a church, public house, village hall and popular primary school. It lies within an area designated as one of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there is easy access to open countryside.
The historic market town of Bridport is only about 2 miles to the west and provides an excellent range of professional and shopping facilities together with a twice weekly market, arts centre and a leisure centre with swimming pool. The beautiful World Heritage Jurassic coastline is to the south with access to the magnificent cliff and coastal walks. The coastal resort of West Bay is also nearby with its attractive harbour, bathing beaches and cliff top golf course. Loders is about 15 miles from Dorchester, the county town of Dorset with easy access along the A35 and with main line rail services to London, Waterloo.