3 Double Bedrooms. En Suite Wet Room. Bathroom. Entrance Lobby. Spacious Reception Hall. Sitting Room. Sun Room. High Quality Kitchen/Breakfast Room with 3-Oven Aga. Utility Room. UPVC Double Glazed Windows. Gas Fired Central Heating. Double Garage and Parking. No Forward Chain.
Trade Winds is an immaculate and very spacious detached bungalow overlooking Chesil and Hive beaches and the famous Jurassic coastline. Traditionally built with Purbeck stone elevations under a tiled roof, the excellent specification includes UPVC double glazed windows and gas fired central heating.
Internally the accommodation has been finished to a very high standard with high quality fitted kitchen with a range of integrated appliances, granite work surfaces and 3-oven Aga. There is also the benefit of a luxury bathroom suite and en suite wet room. The accommodation is extremely spacious with a good sized sitting room enjoying delightful views over the sea together with 3 double bedrooms.
Outside there is ample off-road parking and double garage together with easily maintained gardens which back onto National Trust land and overlook the sea and coast.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
A cobblestone newly laid driveway provides extensive off-road parking and leads to an INTEGRAL DOUBLE GARAGE. There are easily maintained gardens to the rear which are fully enclosed and which back onto National Trust land. Immediately adjoining the rear is a paved patio area leading onto a lawned garden stocked with flower and shrub borders bounded by a low stone boundary wall.
Trade Winds is situated in a spectacular position overlooking the sea and coast to Hive Beach on the southern outskirts of this highly sought after village. Hive Beach has a nationally renowned café/restaurant and forms part of the beautiful World Heritage Jurassic coastline. The property is situated within an easy walking distance of the main centre, Burton Bradstock is one of West Dorset's most popular villages and has excellent facilities including a garage/shop, post office, public houses, church, village hall, library and primary school. The village centre is a conservation area and is famous for its picturesque stone and thatch cottages. The thriving market town of Bridport is approximately 3 miles away to the west. The coastal harbour resort of West Bay is about two miles and Dorchester, the county town of Dorset, about 14 miles with main line rail services to London and the West Country.