St. Mary Well Street, Beaminster

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Bedrooms: 3
28 St Mary Well Street is a charming period detached stone cottage peacefully located in the highly sought after, picturesque lane in a prime location just back from The Square and church


28 St Mary Well Street is a charming period detached stone cottage peacefully located in the highly sought after, picturesque lane in a prime location just back from The Square and church. It is understood to date back to circa 1603 having main walls of attractive stone under a clay tiled roof and was formally two cottages. It has the immense benefit of not being Listed.

Under the current ownership since 2016, the cottage has been subject to extensive refurbishment to a very high standard and is now offered in virtually as new condition throughout with all modern amenities. The impressive list of improvements include: reroofing, damp proofing, rewiring, new gas central heating system, new cloakroom, new kitchen, new bathroom and extensive landscaping to the gardens and much more.

The accommodation is good sized and enjoys pleasant views across St Mary Well Street and to the rear, over the garden to the church. Character style features include a window seat, exposed beams, stone and brick fireplaces plus cottage doors.

The kitchen is very well fitted with comprehensive appliances, solid oak worktops, Smeg electric oven, Smeg electric cooker range with induction hob and freestanding Samsung American style fridge/freezer (plumbed in). The drinks cooler is excluded. The good sized bath/shower room has a large separate walk in shower with jet sprays.

Briefly, the accommodation extends to:

Ground floor- reception/dining hall, cloakroom, living room with stone open fireplace and French doors, rear hall, snug/second reception/dining room with brick fireplace, kitchen.

First floor- large landing with access to attic (pull down ladder), good sized double aspect main bedroom, good sized second bedroom, good sized third bedroom, bathroom/shower room.


There is on street unrestricted parking and a side pedestrian gate.

The good sized and west facing beautiful gardens are a further feature, being well landscaped with pathways and extensively stocked with a whole range of shrubs and trees, raised vegetable beds plus a large timber shed and a large adjoining paved terrace with low retaining walls.

There are lovely views of the church.


The cottage is very conveniently situated in a highly sought after and picturesque lane close to The Square in the heart of the beautiful historic town of Beaminster. Beaminster Square is surrounded by Georgian/Victorian buildings and provides a focal point with excellent facilities. The immediate area is designated as being One of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the World Heritage coastline known as the Jurassic Coast is only about 15 minutes' driving distance with much of the coastline being owned or controlled by the National Trust right on the doorstep are attractive riverside and country walks.

The thriving market town of Bridport is only about 6 miles away while there are golf courses at West Bay and Lyme Regis. There is a mainline rail service to London at Crewkerne, about 6 miles distant, together with the regional centres of Dorchester and Yeovil which are both within easy driving distance.


All mains services. Gas fired central heating.


Viewings strictly by appointment with Stags, Bridport.


From Bridport, join the A3066 to Beaminster. At the town square, turn left into Church Street and take the first left into St Mary Well Street. The cottage will be found towards the end on the right.

01308 301006

Stags - Bridport

29 South Street, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 3NR

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