3 bedroom property for salePurbeck Close, Uploders, Bridport
- Stone-built detached house in good order, but with scope for re-decoration/improvement
- Renowned good community village location
- Private and secluded manageable and secure garden on three sides
- Double garage, greenhouse, store shed, pergola and pond
- Few minutes' walk to country pub, community chapel, recreational ground
- Adjoining village has another pub, parish church, modern village hall and primary school
- Oil central heating, additional electric heaters, double glazing, UPVC doors and rainwater goods
- Country views with historic lynchets close by
- No forward chain
- Viewing highly recommended
A detached 3 bedroom Purbeck stone detached village house with conservatory and double garage on a small quiet cul-de-sac in the heart of this popular village
SITUATION: The property is the first of a small close of Purbeck stone houses and bungalows which adjoin the open countryside and just 50 yards or so from the local pub, The Crown. The village also has a Methodist Chapel which is used for many community events, such as concerts, coffee mornings and brick-a-brac sales as well as church services and as a meeting place.
The adjoining village of Loders also has a large modern village hall used for a wealth of clubs and activities, functions and talks, together with the Loders Arms pub which has a skittle alley/function room, the Parish Church, a recreational field with play area which is used for many joint community events, together with a local primary school.
The area is a Conservation Area and the beautiful surrounding West Dorset countryside offers a network of scenic footpaths and bridleways.
The A35 lies just half-a-mile away giving easy access to the County Town of Dorchester (approximately 13 miles) to the east and the market town of Bridport (about 3 miles) to the west. The Jurassic Coastline lies some 5 miles distant at West Bay, where there is a fishing harbour, access to coastal paths, beaches and opportunities to enjoy many leisure and water pursuits, including a golf course on East Cliff.
THE PROPERTY: No 1, Purbeck Close, as its name suggests, features Purbeck stone elevations under a concrete tiled roof, together with a double garage of similar construction, built in the 1970's. The property has been well maintained and there is scope for redecoration and further up-dating.
The upstairs' accommodation is built into the eaves with dormer windows and affords 3 good-sized bedrooms with the master bedroom enjoying a dressing room area (plans were once produced for an en-suite bathroom) together with a family bathroom. Downstairs there is a large entrance hall with cloakroom off, kitchen with adjoining utility area, lounge/dining room with central fireplace with double doors leading to a uPVC conservatory on the south side. The property also benefits from uPVC double-glazed and latticed windows (enjoying views from the upstairs' rooms), oil-fired central heating, a wood-burner to the lounge, extra night storage heating, uPVC soffits, solid wood kitchen units and replacement bathroom suite.
The garden extends on 3 sides and is easily manageable and there is a shed and greenhouse, together with a double garage.
There is no forward chain and early viewing is highly recommended.
DIRECTIONS: From the centre of Bridport travelling east on the A35 towards Dorchester, take the second turning left (a minor slip road). At the junction turn left and proceed into Uploders and Purbeck Close is found on the right-hand side just before The Crown public house. No 1 is the first property on the left-hand side.
THE ACCOMMODATION comprises the following:
UPVC obscure-glazed front door with side panel, opening to:
ENTRANCE HALL with UPVC part-glazed door with full length glazed panel opening to the rear garden, radiator and additional electric storage heater. Sliding door to kitchen and mainly glazed door to dining room/lounge.
CLOAKROOM with pedestal basin and low level WC, small radiator, obscure glazed window to rear.
DINING/LIVING ROOM with central stone fireplace and chimney breast and curtained openings either side affording the use of the room as either one room or two.
The Dining Area: 5.70m x 2.55m (18' 8" x 8' 4") has stairs rising to the first floor with book shelving under. Southerly window, two radiators.
The Living Area: 5.70m x 5.58m (18' 8" x 18' 3") enjoys an open fireplace with stone paved mantel and hearth fitted with a wood-burning stove, radiator, northerly window and double doors to the south opening to the:
CONSERVATORY: 3.53m x 3.33m (11' 6" x 10' 11"). UPVC double-glazed with opening windows and doors opening to the garden, enjoying southerly sunshine, ceramic tiled floor, radiator.
The Kitchen Area: 3.14m x 2.42m (10' 3" x 7' 11") is fitted with bespoke wooden units comprising a range of base cupboards with a four-drawer section, worktops, wall cupboards and display shelf corner sections and basket drawers, incorporating a one-and-a-half bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit, electric cooker point with NEFF cooker hood over, window above the sink with blinds fitted, tiled surrounds and sill/shelf, four spotlight rail, lino floor. UPVC double-glazed door to outside, triple spotlight rail, two wall shelves, towel rail. Wide archway to:
The Utility Area: 2.65m x 1.82m (8' 8" x 6') with plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer, upright cleaning/storage cupboard with ventilating grid fitted, room for fridge/freezer, wall-mounted Eurostar oil-fired boiler, double spotlight rail, shelving, hanging rack.
LANDING: Smoke detector, window giving good natural light to the staircase and landing, hatch to roof space, radiator.
MASTER BEDROOM: 5.76m x 2.97m (18' 10" x 9' 8") with westerly window affording country views, radiator, with shelf over built-in double doored wardrobe cupboard. Curtained dressing area offering potential for an en-suite with further double-doored wardrobe cupboard with shelving and hanging rail, radiator, four spotlight rail
BEDROOM 2: 3.16m x 2.97m (10' 4" x 9' 8").Two windows affording country views, radiator. Double-doored wardrobe with hanging rail and side shelves, wall mounted cupboard unit with display shelves extending.
BEDROOM 3: 3.17m x 2.52m (10' 4" x 8' 3"). (Previously used as study/work room) with built-in cupboard housing hot water cylinder and shelving, window to west, radiator with shelf over, pedestal wash basin with tiled splash-back.
BATHROOM with white suite comprising panelled bath with side mixer tap and power shower over, low level WC, pedestal wash basin and bidet. Two obscure-glazed windows, electric heater, heated towel rail.
A pathway leads from the close to the main front door to the side of which is the DOUBLE GARAGE linked to the neighbour's garage with metal up-and-over door and a side pedestrian door into the rear garden, oil tank.
The gardens surround the property on three sides enclosed by high fencing and some additional trellis work and established shrubs and greenery ensuring privacy and seclusion. There is lawned area with pergola on the west side edged with herbaceous borders including mature shrubs, bushes and plants together with an aluminium-framed greenhouse and wooden shed. To the south side and adjoining the conservatory is a gravelled/sitting terrace and raised fishpond. The gardens are easily maintained and ensure total privacy and security.
SERVICES: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil-fired central heating. UPVC double-glazing. Telephone presently connected subject to BT Regulations.
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