Offered on the market for the first time since new and enjoying views over the village to the sea - a very attractive and substantial detached chalet-style house which was individually built in 1986 by a well-respected local builder with natural stone faced elevations. The accommodation is very versatile and extensive extending to a very generous 2,031 sq ft. floor area with potential for a guest suite/annexe. The property has been well maintained and cared for over the years, although some updating is now ideally required. The sitting room benefits from an open fireplace and oil-fired central heating is installed (boiler replaced 2017), although mains gas is available.
The Gate also enjoys generous parking, a detached double garage and attractive laid out gardens.
The Gate is set well back and elevated being approached over a long tarmac and gravelled driveway leading to a turning and parking area and
DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE Up & over door. Power & light. Personal door.
There are attractive laid out gardens with large areas of lawn, good range of shrubs, paved terrace and a summerhouse.
The property occupies a private and elevated setting in Shipton Lane in this highly sought-after and picturesque village. 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 stunning Jurassic Coast. Virtually on the doorstep are public footpaths giving easy access to open countryside, 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 within main line rail services to London.