Gore Terrace, Bridport


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  • Bedrooms: 2
A very attractive and well presented terraced Edwardian cottage, enjoying a good sized garden and lovely country views on the village outskirts. Well proportioned accommodation including large sitting/dining room and two double bedrooms plus attic bedroom. EPC Band E.


3 Gore Terrace is a very attractive and well presented mid-terraced cottage, enjoying lovely open country views on the edge of Bradpole village. It was understood to have been built in circa 1912, being one of only four, and has main walls of solid stone with brick details, under a clay tiled roof. Under the current ownership since 2008, the property has been subject to a whole number of improvements. Features include gas fired central heating (boiler replaced in around 2015), woodburner to the living/dining room, country style kitchen with beech worktops, country style bathroom with mains shower and mains operated smoke alarms to the upper floors. There are a host of original features typical of its period including high ceilings, deep skirting boards, mosaic tile floor, cast iron fireplaces, strip pine panelled doors, exposed floorboards, picture rails and sash windows.

The well presented accommodation is arranged over three floors (technically the second floor attic bedroom cannot be classed as a habitable room), extending to on the ground floor reception hall, good-sized living/dining room, kitchen, rear porch/boot room. On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms and bathroom, and on the second floor an attic bedroom (with restricted head height) with large velux window.

The rear garden is a further feature being of good sized and well stocked and having a very useful newly built detached timber studio/summerhouse/home office and a rear pedestrian gate (informal) onto the adjoining open fields.


There is on-lane parking subject to availability. The cottage is set well back and elevated, backing onto open fields. There is a front garden laid to lawn, which includes a useful timber bike store. The rear garden is well stocked and principally laid to lawn, together with a wide range of shrubs and raised beds. Immediately adjoining is a timber decking area. Towards the far end of the garden is a sheltered area with raised timber decking, shed with power, a very useful detached timber studio/summerhouse/home office, which is insulated and has power together with downlighters. On the rear boundary is a pedestrian gate, giving informal access onto the open fields.

The cottage has a pedestrian right of way over the rear garden belonging to number 4 (the neighbouring cottages do not have any rights of way over number 3).


The cottage enjoys a lovely location on the northern edge of Bradpole village with far reaching open views and with easy access to the attractive countryside. Bradpole village centre is within easy reach with a shop, butchers, church and village hall. Local primary and secondary schools are within easy reach. Bridport is a thriving town with excellent shopping, leisure and cultural amenities, including a twice weekly street market, art centre and many restaurants, cafes and pubs. The area is designated as one of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the stunning Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site at West Bay is just some 10 minutes drive away.


All mains services, gas fired central heating.

Council tax band C.


Strictly by appointment with the Stags Bridport office, telephone 01308 428000.


From Bridport East Street roundabout, take the A3066 towards Beaminster and after the Gore Cross Roundabout, take the next right signed West Milton/Powerstock. Gore Terrace will be seen after about half a mile directly in front.

Arrange viewing 01308 301006

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29 South Street, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 3NR

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