The property is a larger than average terraced house privately built by a well known local builder with re-constituted stone elevations. The house faces east/west with delightful long range views over the beautiful Bride Valley.
Under the current ownership numerous improvements have been carried out including replacement UPVC part leaded light style windows and doors (Heavers of Bridport), new fitted kitchen about 6 years ago with Belling stainless steel electric double oven, electric ceramic hob and cooker hood, upgrading of the conservatory, new bathroom about 6 years ago and new oak veneer panelled internal doors. The property is well presented and has night storage heating, (the bedrooms have points for night storage heaters if required).
The many excellent features include a large 'L' shaped sitting/dining room with open fireplace, conservatory with store and downstairs WC and 3 good sized double bedrooms, all with built in wardrobes. There is also potential for enlargement or a loft conversion.
The rear garden benefits from a west aspect and again enjoys the lovely views. Directly behind is a private parking space and the nearby garage has an additional parking space.
Properties of this size and price are rarely available in the Bride Valley. Viewing is therefore strongly recommended.
GARAGE Located nearby. Parking to front.
The house overlooks the private communal open green. The front garden is lawned with shrub borders. The rear garden has an area of lawn, shrubs and paved terracing. TIMBER STORE. A pedestrian gate leads to a PRIVATE PARKING SPACE.
Puncknowle is an attractive village in a beautiful area known as the Bride Valley. The village has a thriving community and amenities include a thatched pub with shop, church and village hall plus bus service. The nearby village of Litton Cheney has a primary school whilst within 3 miles are the villages of Burton Bradstock and Abbotsbury.
The area is designated as being one of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the World Heritage coastline is nearby at West Bexington. The historic town of Bridport is only about 6 miles with excellent amenities, a twice weekly market and a leisure centre. Dorchester and Weymouth, both with rail services to London, are about 12 miles.