The cottage is a charming village cottage in a highly sought-after village. It is understood to date back to the late 1800's and was sympathetically extended in 1991. The cottage has colour washed rendered elevations under a slate roof, together with traditional timber sealed unit windows. The accommodation is good sized and well presented with character-style features including exposed beams, exposed floor boards, stripped pine doors, fireplace with wood burner to sitting room, inglenook fireplace to kitchen/dining room, window shutters, stained glass windows and a roll top bath to the bathroom/shower room. Under the current ownership since 2002 numerous improvements have been carried out including a well fitted kitchen with solid wood painted units plus Falcon cooker range, quality timber double glazed conservatory, new en suite shower room, new external oil-fired central heating boiler, solid oak floors and re-decoration. The cottage enjoys distant country views to the rear.
There is also a driveway with garaging potential and delightful long well stocked private gardens.
The cottage would make an ideal main or second home/holiday letting investment in a prime West Dorset village.
Driveway/parking area for 3 cars. The gardens are attractively laid out, principally down to the lawn together with a whole range of shrub and flower beds, brick and stone store and a separate vegetable garden with raised beds with 2 sheds and a greenhouse.
The cottage occupies an attractive setting within the centre of this highly desirable peaceful village. Netherbury is considered to be one of the prettiest villages in Dorset and lies within an area known as the Brit Valley. The centre contains a number of period cottages of the type for which the area is well known and there is a large parish church, playing fields and village hall. The Hare & Hounds public house is within 1 mile at Waytown. The immediate area is designated as being one of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the River Brit provides delightful riverside walks. The pretty town of Beaminster is within 2 miles with its attractive Square and good shopping facilities.
The thriving market town of Bridport is only 5 miles to the south offering even more comprehensive shopping and business facilities, together with leisure centre and twice weekly market. The stunning World Heritage Jurassic Coast is a further mile away at West Bay with its harbour, bathing beaches and access to the wonderful cliff top walks. Dorchester and Crewkerne provide main line rail services to London.