2 Bedrooms. Bathroom. Sitting Room. Kitchen/Dining Room. Hall. Electric Heating Plus Wood Burner. Sealed Unit Windows. Good Sized Mature Rear Garden. 2 Adjoining Private Parking Spaces.
The property is an attractive end of terrace (one of three) built by the well-known local builders CG Fry & Son Ltd in the 1990's. It is of traditional construction with brick faced elevations under a slate roof. From the first floor there are lovely far reaching views over the Bride Valley towards the coast and features include electric heating (night storage and convectors), natural stone fireplace with wood burner and sealed unit windows. There is enlargement potential and plans have been drawn up for a two storey extension to provide on the ground floor a cloakroom and dining room and on the first floor a third bedroom.
The house also enjoys a larger than average well stocked rear garden and adjoining private parking.
The house is being sold on a shared ownership basis and represents a rare opportunity (see below).
There are two allocated parking spaces to the rear of the house.
There is a small open plan front garden. The rear and side gardens are enclosed by panel fencing comprising of two separate lawned areas, gravelled pathways and a whole range of shrubs plus corner summerhouse and storage/bicycle shed.
The property is available Leasehold on a 125 year lease from 5 August 1993 on a Fixed Equity (59.9%) shared ownership scheme with Stonewater Limited. There is no entitlement to increase the holding percentage.
There is a monthly rent and service charge of £59 as a contribution for the upkeep of the common areas, building insurance and sewage charge.
The property occupies a very pleasant and peaceful location off a small no through country lane. The village of Long Bredy is situated in the beautiful Bride Valley, an area designated as one of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Apart from the church there is a village hall. The stunning World Heritage Jurassic coastline is about 5 miles away with access to the south-west coastal path.
The village of Litton Cheney is 1 mile away and has a public house, a newly built village hall and a popular primary school. Slightly further afield are the villages of Abbotsbury and Burton Bradstock, both with good local amenities. Long Bredy is very conveniently situated midway between the market towns of Bridport and Dorchester, approximately 8 miles away. There are main line rail services to London from Dorchester and Weymouth.