Sirio cottage is a classic picture postcard detached period cottage understood to date back to circa 1750 with hamstone elevations under a thatched roof. It is listed of Architectural or Historic Importance and lies within the Conservation Area. The well presented accommodation is good sized with oil-fired central heating and a modern fitted kitchen with built in appliances. Character features typical of its age and type with stone and beamed open fireplace, exposed ceiling beams, window seats, exposed floor boards, a fine solid oak leaded light entrance door. There are delightful views to the rear over the surrounding countryside and to Boarsbarrow Hill.
Further feature of the property are the delightful extensive south-facing rear gardens (approximately 140' depth x average 40' width), again enjoying the lovely open country views.
HOLIDAY LETTING POTENTIAL
Sirio Cottage is currently successfully used as holiday lettings and can be purchased as a going concern or with a vacant possession. The comprehensive range of fixtures and fittings are available by separate negotiation.
On the ground floor there is a reception hall with ceramic tiled flooring, large double aspect sitting room with window seats, exposed beams and a large brick and stone open fireplace, a good sized kitchen/dining room again with window seats and modern fitted units together with Electrolux integrated appliances electric fan assisted oven, electric hob, pull out cooker hood, fridge and freezer and a rear porch and verandah. On the first floor there are 2 double bedrooms both with exposed floor boards and a bathroom. A fixed staircase from the landing gives access to a large second floor attic which has pair of dormer windows, is fully floored and lined featuring exposed 'A' frames.
The cottage stands directly onto the village lane and there is on-street parking. The well stocked large rear gardens comprise large expanses of lawn interspersed with a wide variety of shrubs and trees and a paved terrace within the verandah/rear porch.
Loders is a highly sought-after and picturesque village situated in the valley of the small River Asker. The centre is made up of the principally stone houses and cottages of the type for the which the area is particularly well known. The excellent village amenities include a church, public house, village hall and popular primary school. It lies within an area designated as one of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there is easy access to open countryside.
The historic market town of Bridport is only about 2 miles to the west and provides an excellent range of professional and shopping facilities together with a twice weekly market, arts centre and a leisure centre with swimming pool. The beautiful World Heritage Jurassic coastline is to the south with access to the magnificent cliff and coastal walks. The coastal resort of West Bay is also near by with its attractive harbour, bathing beaches and cliff top golf course. Loders is about 15 miles from Dorchester, the County town of Dorset with easy access along the A35 and with main line rail services to London, Waterloo.
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"A charming detached period stone & thatched cottage with good sized gardens in a highly sought-after village."