3 bedroom detached house for saleLoders, Bridport, Dorset
An attractive, modern stone built farmhouse with land, on the edge of this pretty and popular village. Circa 41½ acres (16.793 ha) in total.
Westcombe was built by the present owner in 1995 and is a most appealing detached farmhouse, with well laid out, bright and spacious accommodation arranged over two floors. The property has the most delightful Marnhull stone elevations, in keeping with the rest of the village and a clay tiled roof and is situated in a charming, quiet position fronting onto a private driveway, tucked away but only a short walking distance from the centre of the village.
The property is in very good order throughout
and has in the last ten years really mellowed into its plot, from which there are views over the delightful well stocked, mature private gardens and the hill, which forms a large part of the land in the ownership of the house and in this case extends to about 41½ acres (16.793 ha) in total.
To the side of the house is a double garage and
parking and a track continues on from there
leading up to the farmyard buildings and land.
From the top of the farm there are outstanding
views south over the Marshwood Vale towards
Golden Cap and Lyme Bay.
Loders is a particularly sought after village owing partly to the fact that it has remained unchanged and untainted by inappropriate modern development over the years and is principally made up of handsome stone cottages and houses forming a most appealing street scene. In the village there is the popular Loders Arms Public House, a primary school and the attractive church of St Mary Magdalen. Loders is situated amongst some of West Dorsets finest countryside just two miles north east of the handsome Georgian town of
Bridport with its excellent variety of shops, schools and restaurants and supermarkets including Waitrose, Morrisons and Co-op and a particularly popular twice weekly street market. The county town of Dorchester is
14 miles to the east and has a further range of facilities including a main line railway station to London Waterloo. The Dorset coast a world heritage site is also just a short distance, West Bay with its pretty harbour and Burton Bradstock home of the popular Hive Beach Café and the recently opened Seaside Boarding House, the cliff top creation of the former Groucho Club owner, just a short drive from the property.
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