1 bedroom apartment for saleSt Andrews Road, St Andrews Road, BRIDPORT
A stylish ground floor apartment with conservatory and walled garden in a converted period house, within convenient level walking distance of facilities
Shared entrance lobby - hall - bed/sitting room with fine stone mullion floor-to-ceiling windows - kitchen/breakfast room - antique bathroom - conservatory - occasional bedroom/work room/treatment room, cloakroom, fine character features - central heating - secluded courtyard garden - level walk to town centre
SITUATION: St Andrew's Road is a no-through road situated just to the north of the main thoroughfare within convenient level walking distance of facilities. Bridport offers a good range of shops together with banks, churches, arts centre, health and leisure centres and a twice-weekly street market. The sea and coast at West Bay and the famous Jurassic Coastline is about 1.5 miles due south and here there is a picturesque harbour with boating and fishing together with an 18 hole golf course.
Dorchester, the County town of Dorset, lies about 15 miles east and here there is a main line rail service to London, Waterloo.
THE PROPERTY: The property features natural sandstone elevations under a tiled roof and is a Grade II Listed character period house, which is believed to have been designed by Thomas Hardy. The property, No 84, is presently divided into four apartments and this ground floor flat comprises the ground floor with steps down to a conservatory. There are many character features that one would expect of the era, such as large sash windows, many with impressive bays, moulded ceilings and original fireplaces. From the rear there are attractive views over the surrounding area.
The layout of the accommodation with the separate room across the hallway, would offer an ideal opportunity for anyone needing a "treatment" room/workroom/bedroom.
In addition, there is an attached conservatory leading to a courtyard garden.
DIRECTIONS: From Bridport town centre proceed in an easterly direction to the roundabout and turn left into Sea Road North, signposted Beaminster. After about 500 yds take the first turning left into St Andrew's Road and proceed back towards the town centre and the property will be seen on the left-hand side.
THE ACCOMMODATION comprises the following:-
Main entrance door leading to SHARED ENTRANCE LOBBY: With attractive part-glazed arched door leading to
HALL: Stairs rise to first floor apartment, coats rail, part-glazed inner door to
INNER HALL: Door to bathroom, leading to
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 13'9 x 11'9 (4.19m x 3.58m). Custom-built range of wood-fronted kitchen units with drawers and slate working surfaces, eye-level cupboards, enamel sink unit with mixer tap, built-in appliances including stainless steel fridge/freezer, dishwasher, Belling cooker with four ring gas hob and double oven, double radiator, telephone point, Ocean wall-mounted gas-fired boiler which heats domestic hot water and central heating, two large sash windows, Gothic-style door to conservatory.
BED/SITTING ROOM: 21'8 (6.6m) into bay x 14'1 (4.29m). A particularly fine room with large feature bay window, double radiator, exposed floorboards, moulded ceiling. Fine marble fireplace with inset open fire, gas fire point, telephone point.
Steps and door from the kitchen lead down to the
CONSERVATORY: 13'3 x 12'1 (4.04m x 3.68m). Attractive original glazed and timber built under a pitched roof, plumbed for a washing machine, original quarry tiled floor, door to outside courtyard.
BATHROOM: 10'5 x 7'5 (3.18m x 2.26m) with attractive roll-top enamel bath, mixer tap and shower attachment, wash hand basin and WC, exposed floorboards, dado rail, radiator.
From the shared hall a doorway leads to
OCCASIONAL BEDROOM/WORK ROOM/TREATMENT ROOM: 14'1 x 14'1 (4.29m x 4.29m). Fireplace with fitted wood-burning stove and slate hearth, double radiator, picture rail, shelf display area, wardrobe recess. Door from main hallway.
CLOAKROOM: Low level WC, wash basin with electric water heater.
There is a walled garden, largely paved with raised flower and shrub borders.
SERVICES: All mains services are connected. Gas-fired central heating.
TENURE: Leasehold - 999 years from 1981. Ground Rent £5.00 per annum. Share in Management Company which owns the Freehold.
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