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3 bedroom house for sale

Bridport Road, Dorchester, DT1

Sold STC £265,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Sitting Room
  • Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Bathroom

Full description

A 3 bedroom terraced character town house with a large kitchen/dining room extension overlooking the rear garden in a very convenient location for the County Hospital and Dorchester centre. EPC Band C

The property is an Edwardian mid terrace town house which has been extended to the rear to provide a wonderful kitchen/dining room which overlooks and has double doors to the garden. The house has brick elevations, with bay window to the ground floor, under a slate roof. Thought ideal for the first time buyer or young family the accommodation has a large double reception room, 18'6'' x 17' kitchen/dining room, 3 bedrooms and bathroom. There is gas fired central heating. At the rear is a good sized enclosed garden with lawn and raised decked area adjoining the rear boundary. Standing on the Bridport Road the house is very well located for the Dorset County Hospital, local shop and public house whilst the town centre and Borough Gardens are within a convenient distance.

Within walking distance of the heart of the County Town where a wide range of facilities for education, entertainment, health and leisure can be found. Dorchester Town is most famous for being the County Town of Dorset and being the birthplace of the famous poet and novelist Thomas Hardy in 1840. The life and works of Thomas Hardy form a strong part of the cultural background of Dorchester, which is recognised worldwide as the centre of attraction for students and followers of this great literary figure. The property has good access to Dorchester's surrounding countryside for horse riding, walking and other rural pursuits and the town also lies a short distance to the West of the Purbeck Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast is only a few miles away. Sport in the area includes golf at Came Down, Dorchester Cricket, Football and Rugby Clubs and Sailing in the Olympic waters of Portland and Weymouth. Communications are excellent, with main line railway links to London Waterloo and Bristol, cross channel services at Poole, an airport at Bournemouth and there is a very effective road network.

To the front a brick boundary wall and paved path to the front porch, gravelled garden. To the rear there is a patio adjacent to the rear of the house. A dwarf wall and path runs alongside the lawn with slate chipping borders and reclaimed railway sleepers. At the far end of the garden steps lead to a raised decked area. Outside tap.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
25 October 2016

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