Enjoying a great location close to the town centre, a spacious semi-detached period cottage understood to date back to circa 1860 with colour washed rendered elevations under a slate roof. The accommodation is good sized and well-presented, enjoying a sunny south facing rear aspect. Modern amenities include gas fired central heating, replacement UPVC sealed unit windows/doors, well fitted kitchen with solid pine fronted units plus stainless steel gas hob and electric oven and a modern bathroom. Character features include a brick fireplace with gas log-style fire and stripped pine doors. There is excellent potential for a rear conservatory if required.
A further feature is the private, very sunny, south-facing courtyard garden.
There is currently on street parking (subject to availability), although there is potential for creating off road parking to the side of the cottage (subject to any local authority approval). A wooden gate leads to a lovely sunny walled courtyard garden which has been designed for ease of maintenance.
The property is pleasantly situated in a small and popular cul-de-sac within just a few minutes walking distance of the town centre. Bridport is a historic and thriving market town with an excellent range of shopping and business facilities together with Arts Centre and Leisure Centre. There is a popular twice weekly market. The immediate area is designated as being one of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the nearby river meadows provide pleasant walks. The beautiful World Heritage coast is within only a few miles at West Bay with access to stunning cliff and coastal walks.
The larger centres of Dorchester, Yeovil and Weymouth are all within 20 minutes driving distance with main line rail services to London and the West Country.