Crock Lane, Bridport

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
An attractive, generously proportioned detached three bedroom home believed to date back to the 1930s of elegant proportions, having an Arts & Crafts feel in a generous plot. EPC Band D.


This charming and well balanced 1930's home is of elegant brick proportions beneath a tiled roof, having an Arts & Crafts feel and being situated well within its generous plot of 0.2 acre.

The home is approached from the front off Crock Lane and its own drive to an entrance vestibule and entrance hall with stripped wooden floorboards. There are two reception rooms to the front of the property, one currently used as a home office which is of good proportions. The further reception room to the front of the house is currently used as a snug or den and the primary accommodation can be found to the rear of the property, overlooking the gardens and making the most of the open outlook.

The kitchen sits to the side of the house and is very well appointed with a Howdens Kitchen, having recently been knocked through to make the most of the outdoor space where a door leads out onto the rear terrace with views across the gardens and the surrounding far reaching countryside vistas.

The sitting room also has plenty of space for a dining area, enjoys a feature fireplace and has sliding doors to the terrace, again is of elegant proportions having high ceilings and plenty of space. A handy downstairs utility and cloakroom sits to the side of the hall. Stairs lead to a generous landing and three double bedrooms. The family bathroom has been very well appointed and offers a new contemporary finish. Excellent views can be appreciated from the bedrooms and the primary bedroom has a larger than average size and views across to St Marys, Colmers Hill and views to Lewesdon can also be appreciated from the upstairs accommodation.


The property is approached via its own driveway off Crock Lane where there is an abundance of parking for several vehicles.

The rear garden is accessed from the kitchen or the sitting/dining area to a terrace with a few steps and a slope leading down onto the main garden. The garden is exceptionally mature and well stocked offering a considered and rambling style which leads from area to area offering plenty of opportunity for seating areas and room in which to escape. There are mature vegetable beds further into the grounds and a large and attractive pond to the bottom of the garden, fruiting trees and plants and the garden itself forms an oasis of calm.


Crock Lane is a well established and highly desirable residential lane to the east of Bridport town centre and within easy walking distance over the River Meadows. The thriving and historic market town of Bridport offers comprehensive shopping and business facilities, together with a twice weekly market. Local amenities include Bridport Leisure Centre and the Electric Palace cinema/entertainment venue. Local schools are within reach including Bridport Primary School and The Sir John Colfox Academy.

The coastal resort of West Bay is only about 1 mile to the south with swimming, boating and fishing facilities and an 18 hole golf course. From here, there is also access to stunning walks along the World Heritage Beach and Clifftops through land mainly owned or controlled by the National Trust. Dorchester, the County town of Dorset is about 15 miles to the east with a main line rail service to London Waterloo.


Strictly by appointment with Stags, Bridport.


All mains services connected.


From Bridport town, proceed to Sea Road South heading south and take the second turning on the right onto Pasture Way. Continue round to the left and at the T junction with Crock Lane, turn left where the property will be found soon after on the left hand side.

01308 301006

Stags - Bridport

29 South Street, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 3NR

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