7 Newfoundland is a large end of terraced character house being one of only 6 similar houses understood to have been built by Pymore Mill Company (Gundry) as workers cottages in the 1920's and under the current family ownership since the 1950's. The house is traditionally constructed with brick faced elevations under a clay tiled roof with PVC fascias. The good sized accommodation enjoys views to the front over Bradpole, the church and across Bridport to the sea at West Bay. The rear backs onto open fields with lovely long range country views.
Over the years a number of improvements have been carried out including the building of a sun lounge/garden room and the house has been generally well maintained although is now in need of general modernisation. Currently there is electric heating with night storage convectors although mains gas is available. It is considered there is excellent potential for enlargement to the side, subject to planning permission.
The house also has the benefit of its own driveway, attached garage with workshop area, a south-facing front garden and an additional large separate garden on the opposite side of the road.
Private driveway and ATTACHED GARAGE with WORKSHOP AREA.
The main garden is to the front enjoying a sunny south facing aspect with excellent views over Bradpole to the church and to the sea beyond at West Bay. It is principally down to lawn bounded by mature hedges. At the rear is a small courtyard backing onto open fields (the neighbouring property No 8 has the benefit of a pedestrian right-of-way). On the opposite side of the road is a large separate garden measuring approximately 150' depth x 30' width (approximately 1/10th acre). It is principally down to lawn/grass together with a number of mature trees.
The property occupies a peaceful and tucked away location in a no-through lane (Council adopted) within the old part of Bradpole village which lies about 1 mile to the north of Bridport town. The village offers local amenities including a village shop / post office, public house, butchers and bus service. The immediate locality is designated as being one of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there is easy access to the surrounding countryside virtually on the doorstep.
The thriving and historic market town of Bridport offers an excellent range of business, professional and shopping facilities together with schools, leisure centre and twice weekly market. The coastal resort of West Bay is about 2 miles to the south with access to the beautiful World Heritage coast. The larger centres of Weymouth, Yeovil and Dorchester are all within about ½ hours driving distance with mainline rail services to London.
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"An attractive older style end of terraced house requiring updating, with separate large additional garden, enjoying lovely views in a peaceful no through lane on the edge of Bradpole."