Enjoying truly stunning 180° panoramic views over the village to the sea and the Bride Valley towards Hardy's Monument, the property is a very attractive and well-appointed individual detached house. It was built in circa 1980 with reconstituted stone faced elevations and well planned with all the principal rooms enjoying the superb views and over the lovely gardens. Under the current ownership since 2008 the house has been subject to a whole number of improvements and is very well-appointed. The many excellent features include a sitting room with contemporary gas fire and patio doors onto a large balcony with chrome balustrades and glazed panels, separate dining room, well fitted kitchen/breakfast room with solid oak worktops, Bosch eye level electric double oven, induction hob, cooker hood, integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher, a very useful downstairs shower room, a very large principal bedroom with built in wardrobes and en suite bathroom, 3 further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The property is set back and has timber 5 bar gates onto a large tarmac driveway with a gravelled hardstanding area to the side ideal for boat or caravan storage.
ATTACHED DOUBLE GARAGE Remote control door. Power & light. UTILITY AREA.
The front gardens are attractively laid out with areas of lawn plus shrubs and hedges. There is pedestrian access to both sides of the house.
The rear garden is a stunning feature being attractively landscaped and comprising extensive lawns interspersed with an abundance of shrubs and mature trees and plants plus an ornamental pond and raised vegetable beds. Immediately adjoining the house to the rear and side are paved terraces. Timber Shed. Breath-taking coastal and country views are enjoyed.
The property occupies a delightful elevated setting on the outskirts of 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.
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.