The cottage is a very attractive former farm labourer's cottage built circa 1870 with main walls of natural stone under a pitched slate roof. The extremely well presented accommodation features a good sized sitting room with Inglenook fireplace, an attractive cottage style kitchen with built in double electric oven and separate hob, 2 good sized double bedrooms and a recently upgraded bathroom with roll top bath, shower attachment and heated towel rail.
There is the benefit of recently installed modern electric storage heaters, UPVC sealed unit double glazing, under floor heating in the living room and hallway whilst on the first floor there is exposed floor boards throughout, adding to the character.
Access to the garden can be from the living room or kitchen.
The cottage will equally appeal as a main home, second home or holiday letting investment.
There is un-restricted on street parking.
To the front of the property there is a small area of garden with steps leading up to the front door. The rear garden is fully enclosed with gated rear pedestrian access. The garden has been totally re-designed by the current owner making it very low maintenance with lawn, two adjoining patios, shrub borders, pebble beds and bin area.
The cottage is pleasantly situated in the old part of Bradpole village and close to open countryside. Useful nearby facilities include a local shop, butchers, public house, church and village hall. It is within an area of outstanding natural beauty with attractive rolling countryside and many footpaths including the Bradpole cycle route.
The thriving Georgian market town of Bridport is only about 1 mile to the south providing excellent shopping and business facilities together with a leisure centre. The beautiful World Heritage coast known as the Jurassic coast is a further 1.5 miles at West Bay (the location for the ITV drama Broadchurch) where there is a picturesque harbour, bathing beaches, golf course and the South West Coastal path. The larger centres of Dorchester, Yeovil and Weymouth are all within about 20 30 minutes driving distance with main line rail services to London and the West Country.