West Milton, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 3SL

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Delightful detached four bedroom house, with a wonderful rural outlook, close to the end of a no-through road.

This property is all about position and potential. The property lies close to the end of a peaceful no-hrough road, away from passing traffic in the wonderful Dorset countryside, a short drive to the Northeast of Bridport town. In terms of potential currently the property is arranged over two floors with some versatile/flexible accommodation allowing it to be used in any number of ways however, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents, this property could be substantially remodelled and extended to create a larger house altogether. This is an unusual opportunity in a lovely spot.

On the ground floor the living accommodation is for the most part arranged on the South and West sides of the property, allowing the sun to be taken in throughout the day and making a light, bright set of living spaces. The sitting room has the focal point of a fireplace equipped with a wood-burning stove to one side, with picture windows on two sides of the room taking in the lovely views over both the garden and surrounding countryside. An archway leads through to the dining room that also has the views and accommodates a good-sized family dining table, behind which is a well-equipped kitchen. The kitchen has a comprehensive range of floor and wall mounted units and cupboards with worksurfaces over, with space for an electric cooker, a fridge freezer and a dishwasher. Beyond the kitchen is a useful utility room with plumbing for a washing machine and a butler's sink. There are two bedrooms on the ground floor served by a shower room, with the principal bedroom having triple wardrobes and the second bedroom currently being used as a study/hobby room. On the lower ground floor there are two further bedrooms and a bathroom with a P-shaped bath with a shower over. The property is in good decorative order throughout, has oil fired central heating and UPVC double glazing.

The gardens are particularly attractive with areas of lawn, shrubs and trees giving cover to a vast array of wildlife which abounds in the garden and the surrounding countryside. During the Summer months many of the areas of lawn are allowed to grow unchecked to create a wildlife haven with mown paths through. Halfway along the garden becomes less formal beyond an attractive Beech hedge where there are productive vegetable beds and fruit growing areas with a lovely Apple tree to its centre. In this area there is a substantial timber workshop that is also useful for storing mowers. To the end of the garden there is a more wild area that stretches up to the other side of the valley, that is left to its own devices.

Symonds & Sampson - Bridport

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