3 bedroom terraced house for saleSouth Street, Bridport, DT6 3PA
Is this house the perfect combination of character, finish, and position? The house is believed to date back to the mid-18th Century and, as one would expect of a Listed property, has a huge amount of character with features that include open fireplaces, a plank and muntin wall, a panelled wall, sash windows, picture rails, good ceiling heights and exposed timbers. In terms of finish the property has undergone a rolling programme of renewal, refurbishment, reorganisation and extension over the last 25 years to create some outstanding beautifully finished living spaces, to a standard that would not be out of place in a new build house. Lastly in terms of position the house sits just two minutes' walk from Buckydoo Square and within walking distance of all the town's amenities.
There are two spacious living spaces on the ground floor, with the sitting room lying to the front of the property, centred around an open fireplace and laid to a chestnut floor. To the rear of the property a large kitchen/living/dining room with a fitted kitchen to one end and a dining/sitting area to the other with double doors out onto the gardens. The kitchen is laid to attractive ceramic tile and is equipped with a comprehensive range of floor and wall mounted units and cupboards while to one corner a door leads through to the utility room. On the first floor there is an impressive principal bedroom that is panelled the length of one side and has extensive built-in wardrobe space, while to the other side of the passageway there is a large bathroom and a contemporary shower room. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms which again are unusually generously proportioned. Throughout the house the use of high-end joinery has enhanced the character of the property with handmade plank doors throughout, built-in cupboards and panelling, all of which give a tactile feel to the property. The house is beautifully decorated in Farrow and Ball paint and has gas fired central heating. Outside to the rear of the property through double doors, the gardens are for the most part hard landscaped and arranged in a series of sitting areas with areas of mature shrub and herbaceous planting softening the edges. Beyond the hard landscaping there is a second area of garden that is for the most part laid to lawn with an herbaceous border running down the right-hand side that is rented.
Bridport is a bustling and vibrant market town with a history of rope-making and is now a gateway to the Jurassic World Heritage coast at nearby West Bay. It has a variety of shops, public houses and restaurants catering for a range of tastes, all within walking distance, and is conveniently placed for Dorchester and Weymouth to the east and Axminster to the west. Walking, water sports and riding opportunities are plentiful in the area, with many walks starting from the town itself. The region is well known for both its public and privately funded schooling. Communication links are good with road links along the A35 and mainline stations at Dorchester, Axminster and Crewkerne.
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