4 bedroom semi-detached house for saleBurton Bradstock
- Period Family Property with a Wealth of Character Features
- Separate One Bedroom Cottage
- Sunny Aspect, Beautiful Landscaped Gardens
- Ample Parking and Cobbled Driveway
- Situated in Highly Sought After Village
A WONDERFUL PERIOD FAMILY HOME LOCATED IN THE HUGELY POPULAR VILLAGE LOCATION OF BURTON BRADSTOCK, WITHIN EASY REACH OF THE WORLD HERITAGE JURASSIC COAST. FURTHER BENEFITING FROM SEPARATE ONE BEDROOM COTTAGE OFFERING INCOME POTENTIAL.
The Retreat is a wonderful Grade II listed period family home dating from the 18th century offering a wealth of character and charm throughout. Located within the popular village of Burton Bradstock, the house is situated on a sizeable plot with beautiful enclosed gardens leading to a cobbled driveway. Adjacent to The Retreat main house is a separate one bedroom Grade II listed cottage currently used as a holiday let.
The original front door opens onto a spacious hallway which provides access to the ground floor rooms. To the right, the lounge enjoys a front aspect with high ceiling and feature open fireplace with a surround of local brick.
To the rear is the dining room with feature gas fire, set within the original fireplace. A door leads through to a recently fitted kitchen which provides ample base level units, electric oven and hob, fridge and dishwasher. Space for further domestic appliances can be found in the separate utility room where there is power, plumbing and a sink.
The downstairs accommodation is completed by a wet room with walk in shower, wash hand basin and WC.
From the entrance hall, stairs rise to the first floor accommodation of 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom. Bedrooms one and two are large double rooms which both enjoy natural light from large sash windows. The 4th bedroom is currently being used as a study but would make an excellent and well proportioned single bedroom, benefiting from a front aspect window. On the same floor is a separate WC and family bathroom to include bath, hand basin & airing cupboard. Further stairs rise to the second floor which has a good sized double bedroom and a large separate room presently used for storage.
Outside, the cobbled driveway leads to an over-sized single garage with power, sink and plumbing. Attached to the one bedroom cottage is a further integral single garage with workshop above. The large walled garden to the rear of the main house is fully enclosed and is presently laid to fruit trees, herbaceous borders, lawns and a caged area for soft fruit and vegetables.
The charming one bedroom cottage is also Grade II listed and briefly comprises; kitchen/diner, lounge with stairs rising to a double bedroom and en suite bathroom to include bath with shower over, hand basin and WC. Presently a well used holiday let, it would make ideal extra family accommodation.
Hallway 4.85m (15'11) x 2.51m (8'3)
Sitting Room 5.79m (19'0) x 4.83m (15'10)
Inner Hall 4.57m (15'0) x 1.35m (4'5)
Dining Room 4.24m (13'11) x 3.81m (12'6)
Kitchen 3.66m (12'0) x 2.64m (8'8)
Utility Room 2.62m (8'7) x 2.57m (8'5)
Shower Room 2.9m (9'6) x 2.13m (7'0)
Bedroom 1 5.18m (17'0) x 4.88m (16')
Bedroom 2 4.45m (14'7) x 3.78m (12'5)
Bedroom 3 4.06m (13'4) x 3.45m (11'4)
Bedroom 4 3.12m (10'3) x 1.98m (6'6)
Attic Room 4.27m (14'0) x 3.45m (11'4)
Bathroom 2.82m (9'3) x 2.62m (8'7)
To the right of the property is a beautiful one bedroom cottage which is also grade II listed. The accommodation briefly comprises; lounge/dining room with high ceilings and side aspect/skylight windows, kitchen with base level storage units and space for oven/hob, open aspect double bedroom and en suite accommodation to include bath, wash hand basin and WC.
Cottage Lounge 4.45m (14'7) max x 4.29m (14'1) max
Cottage Kitchen 3.73m (12'3) max x 2.87m (9'5) max
Cottage Bedroom 3.12m (10'3) x 2.46m (8'1)
Cottage Bathroom 3.28m (10'9) max x 1.88m (6'2) max
One of the most picturesque and popular locations along the dramatic Jusrassic Coast, Burton Bradstock is a delightful village that sits at the westerly end of Chesil Beach nestled in the Bride Valley. The heart of the village is still unspoilt with pretty 16th. and 17th. century thatched cottages clustered around St. Mary's church. The village offers two characterful local pubs, village shop, primary school and National Trust beach with seafront café. Burton Bradstock is just a short drive from Bridport town centre and its impressive weekly markets, boutique shops, restaurants, art centre and cinema.
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