8 St Giles Close is a highly marketable property due to its type, excellent features, lovely gardens, great views, sought-after location and being within the picturesque village of Chideock. It was traditionally built with natural stone faced elevations in 1977 and has been under the same ownership since new. The accommodation is good sized and well cared for over the years, although now in need of some general updating. Features include gas-fired central heating with an updated Worcester central heating boiler (circa 2012), replacement UPVC sealed unit windows/doors, wood block flooring to the sitting/dining room and conservatory, updated kitchen with NEFF hob, UBM cooker hood and Creda eye level electric double oven, stone feature fireplace with coal-effect gas fire, UPVC conservatory and PVC external fascias. There are lovely views to the rear over the surrounding countryside/fields including Quarry Hill and also distant views to the front to the National Trust Langdon Hill.
The bungalow stands in a good sized plot and the rear gardens are secluded, attractively laid out and very well stocked.
Viewing is strongly recommended by the sole agents.
There is a tarmac driveway leading to an INTEGRAL GARAGE Up & over door. Power & light.
The front garden is laid to lawn, together with shrub beds and there is a side pedestrian gate. The rear garden enjoys a lovely open aspect over the surrounding countryside and fields. There is a good sized lawn, well stocked flower & shrub borders including roses plus paved terrace and pathways and a side paved area with Timber Shed. At the far end of the garden paths lead down to the small River Winnerford (please note the bungalow stands considerably higher than the river and there is no flood risk).
St Giles Close is a peaceful and highly sought-after cul-de-sac close to the village centre. Chideock is an extremely popular village located within an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, close to the World Heritage coastline. The village has a shop / post office, church, public houses and village hall. There is easy access to the coast at Seatown where one can follow the coast path to Golden Cap or West Bay through land mainly owned or controlled by the National Trust.
The historic town of Bridport is approximately 3 miles distant, where there is a twice weekly street market and an excellent range of shopping, business and leisure amenities. There is also a modern leisure centre with swimming pool and 18 hole golf course at West Bay. Dorchester, the County town of Dorset, is a further 15 miles to the east where there are main line rail connections to London, Waterloo. Lyme Regis and Axminster are both within about 9 miles. The latter with a main line rail service to London.