Victoria Grove, Bridport, DT6 3AG
£400,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Handsome three bedroom townhouse with an early 20th Century exterior and a 21st Century interior, a short step to Bridport town centre

This is an attractive and classic early 20th Century townhouse with brick elevations under a slate roof, that has in the last year been refurbished from top to toe. The refurbishment has taken in all the high-cost items of any building, including the kitchen, bathroom, shower and gas-fired heating system and boiler, UPVC double glazing, electrics and the decoration both interior and exterior. To all intents and purposes this is a new build house inserted into a period shell.

The property is organised on the ground floor with a large living room - originally two rooms - that stretches from the front to the rear of the original footprint of the property. To the front of the property there is a sitting area, with the focal point of the chimney breast that could be opened up to install a wood burning stove and has a gas point beside it, with a lovely box bay window. To the other end there is a formal dining area that could be used in any number of ways. Beyond the formal dining area steps lead down to an attractive contemporary vaulted kitchen that has been fitted in some style with a comprehensive range of floor and wall mounted units in cupboards and integrated appliances that include an electric double oven, ceramic hob with extractor hood

over, fridge and washing machine. To one end there is an everyday dining area with large double doors that look out over the south and west facing gardens and to Allington Hill. This is a particularly light bright room. On the first floor the principal bedroom lies to the front of the property and stretches across the width with views up to Coneygar Hill, behind which there is both a bathroom and a separate shower room that have been equipped in contemporary style. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms, one good double and the other a single bedroom. Supplementing the accommodation there is a cellar room accessed from the rear of the property with restricted height that could be used as a utility room, a storage area or dog and boot room. This is equipped with a useful third WC.

To the front of the property there is that most precious of Bridport town commodities - off-street parking, enclosed by low brick walls and laid to gravel. To the rear of the property there is a good sized Southwesterly-facing garden that takes in the best of the sun throughout the day and is especially good for taking the sunsets in the evening. Immediately to the rear of the property there are two areas of paved terrace that make ideal entertaining areas during the Summer months, with raised borders either side. Beyond the terraces the garden is for the most part laid to lawn and enclosed by timber fencing with an attractive Apple tree to the centre. The gardens remain a blank canvas for the most part ideal for the keen gardener who wants to make his or her mark and there is a rear access point across the neighbour's garden for bringing in garden material that is for this property's use only.

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