Gingerbread Cottage is a classic period cottage in a terrace of only 3, believed to have origins dating back about 300 years with mellow stone elevations under a thatched roof. It is Listed Grade II of Historic or Architectural importance. The cottage has been well maintained under the current ownership since 1984 and subject to a whole number of improvements over the years. The accommodation is well presented and enjoys a pleasant outlook to the front overlooking the church with distant country views and to the rear to the National Trust Langdon Hill. Character features typical of its age and type include exposed beams and window seats. The very large second floor attic room with front and rear dormer windows offers conversion potential subject to planning and listed building consent.
Outside the cottage has the benefit of a nearby private parking area together with a lawned garden and immediately to the rear a private west facing courtyard.
Gingerbread Cottage has been enjoyed as a second home and also until very recently successfully offered for holiday lettings. The comprehensive range of fixtures and fittings are available by separate negotiation.
To the immediate rear is an enclosed private courtyard with OUTSIDE STORE and enjoying side pedestrian access.
Situated very nearby is a large private parking area and a raised lawned garden featuring a cherry tree and enjoying lovely views to the church, over the village and the surrounding beautiful countryside including the well known landmarks of Quarry and Langdon Hills.
Gingerbread Cottage is pleasantly situated in the delightful village of Chideock tucked away just off the main road and overlooking the church. The centre is principally made up of period houses and thatched cottages of the type for which the area is well known. There are excellent local amenities including a post office/shop, public houses, parish church and village hall plus regular bus services. The immediate locality is designated as one of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there are numerous superb walking opportunities right on the doorstep.
The beautiful Jurassic coastline is only about 1 mile away at Seatown, with access to the beach and also spectacular cliff and coastal walks through land mainly owned or controlled by the National Trust. The Georgian market town of Bridport is also about 5 minutes