Occupying an unique location within Burton Bradstock and providing well-appointed accommodation with holiday letting income opportunities - the cottage offers many excellent and special selling features. It is understood to have been formally a coastguard cottage and dates back over 200 years with later additions. The accommodation is well-appointed with oil fired central heating and UPVC sealed unit windows. Character features include a large inglenook fireplace, window seats and exposed ceiling beams. There are delightful views particularly from the first floor and gardens over the village and the surrounding countryside. The many excellent features include a large sitting room, kitchen/dining room with Rangemaster electric cooker range (other appliances available by separate negotiation), principal bedroom with Sharps built in furniture and a modern en suite bathroom, 2 further bedrooms and a modern bathroom/shower room.
There is also the benefit of an off road private parking layby and the lovely extensive gardens are a further feature offering excellent seclusion and enjoying the impressive views.
The cottage is set high above the lane and there is a private layby for one car. Steps lead up to the cottage and the gardens.
The lovely gardens are attractively laid out with large expanses of lawn interspersed with a whole variety of shrubs, flower borders and trees plus timber garden shed.
HOLIDAY LETTING BUSINESS
The cottage is very successfully let for holiday lettings through Dorset Coastal Cottages. An impressive gross revenue is being achieved.
The property is available as a going concern and with the benefit of future bookings, (subject to separate negotiation, for the goodwill and comprehensive fixtures and fittings).
THE AGENT SAYS
"The cottage is a charming property in a very special location within this prime coastal village and with great income opportunities". Martin Bowen-Ashwin, Director, Humberts, Bridport.
The cottage enjoys an elevated and special secluded setting ideally located between Burton Bradstock village centre and the cliff top forming part of the beautiful World Heritage coast. The cliff top, Hive Beach and the Seaside Boarding House (ideal for evening Al-Fresco Cocktails!) are all within 5 minutes walk. Burton Bradstock is one of West Dorset's most highly sought after villages and is designated a Conservation Area with the centre made up of picturesque period houses and cottages for which the area is well known. There is an excellent range of local facilities which includes public houses, church, garage with shop, post office, library, village hall and Primary School. The village is also well known for its very popular National Trust beach with nationally acclaimed café/restaurant.
The area is designated as one of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The popular historic market town of Bridport is only 3 miles to the west offering excellent shopping, business and leisure amenities. The coastal resort of West Bay and Bridport Golf Club are also nearby. The nearby beautiful coast road gives access to Abbotsbury and Weymouth