Clapper Bridge Cottage is a most attractive period cottage. It is Grade II Listed as being of architectural and historic importance and has main walls of natural stone under a thatched roof. The cottage is located just past the village church and has been extremely well maintained with new thatch on the south side together with the ridge in 2015. The good sized accommodation offers a host of character style features typical of this kind of property which include flagstone floors to the hallway and living room, exposed ceiling beams, Georgian windows, some with working shutters, and many original cottage doors throughout. Parking is on road just to the front of the property and the fully enclosed rear garden is easy to maintain.
On the ground floor there is a living room with a brick fireplace and wood burner style gas stove, kitchen/dining room with gas Aga set into a second fireplace with separate electric oven and hob and feature exposed stone wall and a range of wall and base cupboard units. On the first floor there are 3 double bedrooms and a bathroom.
HOLIDAY LETTING POTENTIAL
Properties of this type in Burton Bradstock have proven to be very successful holiday lets.
On street parking to the front of the property accessed via Clapper Bridge. The rear cottage style garden is fully enclosed by a high Purbeck stone wall and has well stocked beds, gravelled pathways, raised sitting area, well, pond and storage shed.
Clapper Bridge Cottage is an extremely attractive West Dorset character cottage and is located in one of the best positions in this highly sought after village and properties of this type are rare to the market. Early viewing is therefore recommended by the Sole Agents, Humberts.
Clapper Bridge Cottage occupies a very picturesque and peaceful position in the favoured old part of the village and has a delightful sunny aspect very close to the village church. Burton Bradstock lies on the coast and is considered to be one of the most attractive villages in West Dorset. It is a conservation village and the centre consists largely of period stone and thatched cottages for which the area is particularly well known. There are excellent local amenities including a shop/garage, post office, library, public houses, church, village hall and primary school. There is an excellent beach which forms part of the Jurassic Coast. Virtually on the doorstep is a public footpath giving easy access to open countryside and to the beach and cliff top beyond.
The thriving market town of Bridport and the harbour/coastal resort of West Bay, with its 18-hole golf course, are both within about 3 miles to the west. The beautiful coastal road is also nearby giving access to the larger towns of Dorchester and Weymouth, both with main line rail services to London.