The property is a charming, mid-terraced cottage understood to date back to the early 18th Century and being Listed Grade II of architectural or historic importance. The house is built with traditional colour washed rendered elevations with a slate roof. Under the current ownership of around 7 years an extensive list of improvements and modernisation has been undertaken and the cottage is presented in first class order throughout with a host of modern features blending in with the character and charm of the original cottage.
The accommodation is extremely spacious and very deceptive, being arranged over three floors. On the ground floor is an attractive reception hall with front sitting room having a secondary glazed sash window and wood burning stove. Beyond lies the back sitting room, again with a secondary glazed window and multi-fuel stove. The ground floor accommodation is complimented by a most attractive kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range of cream gloss wall cupboards with oak work surfaces, Villeroy & Boch sink, duel fuel range cooker and extractor, side windows and French doors opening onto the courtyard. There is also a very useful utility room and cloakroom housing a gas fired boiler and pressurised hot water system.
On the first floor is a delightful principal bedroom, single bedroom and contemporary fitted bathroom suite with panelled bath with shower over and attractive Travatine tiled flooring and walls. A staircase leads up to the second floor where there is a large double bedroom with dormer window enjoying delightful and far reaching views.
There is a small area of garden to the front stocked with hornbeam hedging. At the rear French doors from the kitchen lead onto a delightful south facing courtyard with a small area of lawned garden stocked with roses and plants. A private gravelled and paved path leads down to the separate rear garden which measures approximately 45 ft.sq. with a south facing aspect. The gardens enjoy a delightful setting with privacy from neighbouring properties and are laid to lawn with a paved terrace, flower and shrub borders, a vegetable garden and herb garden and large TIMBER GARDEN SHED.
West Allington is a favoured residential road very conveniently situated just west of Bridport town centre and within easy walking distance of all amenities. Bridport is a charming market town offering excellent shopping and business facilities together with a thriving arts scene and leisure centre. The immediate area is designated as being one of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there are nearby footpaths across open fields. The resort of West Bay with access to the beautiful World Heritage coastline is within a few miles with its attractive harbour, bathing beaches and golf course. The smaller coastal villages of Eype and Seatown are also close-by with stunning walks along the Dorset Coastal Footpath. The larger centres of Dorchester, Weymouth and Yeovil are all within about 20-30 minutes driving distance with main line rail service to London and the West Country.