28 Uplands is a very attractive detached character house traditionally built in the 1930 s with later additions having pebbled dashed elevations. Under the current ownership since 2000 the property has been subject to whole range of improvements and alterations. The well presented accommodation is both versatile and extensive enjoying far reaching views to the rear over the surrounding countryside and hills. There is the benefit of gas fired central heating with a Rayburn cooker range and part UPVC sealed unit windows. On the ground floor is a very spacious sitting room with stone open fireplace, study, large open plan kitchen/dining/family room and utility/cloakroom. On the first floor there are four double bedrooms and family bathroom.
The property offers excellent potential for further enlargement if required.
The delightful and wonderful gardens are a big feature of the property being extremely well stocked and secluded. There is also good off road parking and a detached single garage.
ROOM MEASUREMENTS (With approximate dimensions)
Kitchen 13 5 x 11 06 (4.09m x 3.51m).
Breakfast Room 12 01 x 10 6 (3.68m x 3.20m).
Sitting/Dining Room 23 07 x 14 08 (7.19m x 4.47m) max.
Study/Bedroom 4 12 x 8 9 (3.66m x 2.67m).
Utility/WC 5 08 x 5 06 (1.73m x 1.68m).
Bedroom 1 11 08 x 11 06 (3.56m x 3.51m).
Bedroom 2 12 x 8 10 (3.66m x 2.69m).
Bedroom 3 11 08 x 8 7 (3.56m x 2.62m).
Bedroom 4 8 11 x 8 07 (2.72m x 2.62m).
Family Bathroom 8 x 5 11 (2.44m x 1.80m).
THE BUILDING PLOT
Outline planning permission was passed in October 2016 (Application Number WD/D/16/001520) for the erection of a detached 2 storey house to the right of the existing house. Detailed plans and information are available online or through the West Dorset District Council Planning Website (search planning applications).
There is benefit of off road parking to both sides of the house, together with a detached garage.
There is a front garden screened behind high hedges and extremely well stocked. The main gardens lie to the rear and comprise extensive lawns interspersed with a wide range of trees and shrubs. There is also a paved terrace and ornamental pond.
The house is very pleasantly situated at the end of a private no-through road close to the village centre. Walditch is a pretty village which lies in a shallow and lightly wooded valley. It is a Conservation village made up for the most part of period stone and thatched cottages together with an attractive parish church and village green. The immediate area is designated as one of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there is easy access to lovely country walks. The thriving market town of Bridport is less than 2 miles distant and has an excellent good range of shopping and business facilities together with a popular twice weekly market. The coastal resort of West Bay is also nearby with its attractive harbour, bathing beaches and access to the superb World Heritage Jurassic coastline. The nearby A35 gives good access to the county town of Dorchester which is approximately 15 miles distant with a mainline rail service to London