Pymore Road, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 3XE

£625,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Handsome, detached, five bedroom townhouse in the Georgian style with a wealth of accommodation, a short step from both the town centre and the countryside.

The property was built by renowned Poundbury developer CG Fry in 2002 and has handsome brick elevations under a slate roof. The house is situated in an unusually good edge of town location within a few steps of open countryside yet within walking distance of Bridport town centre.

The property is built in the Georgian style with high ceilings, large casement and sash windows, a classic tiled entrance hall complete with a fanlight over the front door and a sitting room with an open fireplace. Unlike a Georgian house however it has all the advantages one would expect from a contemporary house including gas fired central heating, quality UPVC double glazing, three bathrooms, a fitted kitchen and all the insulation qualities one would expect of a contemporary property.

The accommodation is arranged over three floors with, on the ground floor, a central hallway with staircase rising to the first floor and cloakroom with a dining room one side and a drawing room/sitting room to the other. The sitting room is a particularly attractive room stretching from the front to the rear of the property, with a fireplace equipped with a coal-effect gas fire as its focal point and a set of double doors to one end leading out onto the gardens. To the other end views can be enjoyed up onto Conegar Hill. Behind the hallway there is a fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances that include a gas hob and electric double oven, with space for a fridge and a dishwasher. This flows through double doors into a south and west facing garden room, making the whole kitchen/garden room an exceptional daytime living space. Off the kitchen there is a useful utility room with its own door into the garden. The kitchen, the garden room and the utility room are laid to an attractive yet practical ceramic tile and from the garden room there is a set of double doors onto the garden.

On the first floor, off a spacious landing, there is a generously proportioned principal bedroom with lovely views onto surrounding countryside, a dressing area and an en-suite shower room complete with a double size shower. There are two remaining double bedrooms on the first floor which share a family bathroom.

On the second floor there are two further spacious double bedrooms served by an unusually large family bathroom that has both a shower and a bath.

The property is in good decorative order, has UPVC double glazing and gas fired central heating equipped with a two-year-old gas boiler.

To the front of the property a stone wall topped by wrought iron railings runs the width of the facade with a pedestrian gate leading through to the front door. To the rear of the property double gates give way to a substantial area of tarmac that provides parking and turning for a number of cars and access to an unusually large double garage equipped with twin up and over doors, light and power. The gardens to the rear are enclosed by a mixture of wall and timber fencing and are laid to lawn to the centre and edged by well stocked herbaceous and shrub borders. Immediately to the rear of the property there is a paved terrace that makes an excellent outdoor entertaining area during the summer months and, as it faces West, takes in the last of the sun

The property is built in the Georgian style with high ceilings, large casement and sash windows, a classic tiled entrance hall complete with a fanlight over the front door and a sitting room with an open fireplace. Unlike a Georgian house however it has all the advantages one would expect from a contemporary house including gas fired central heating, quality UPVC double glazing, three bathrooms, a fitted kitchen and all the insulation qualities one would expect of a contemporary property.

The accommodation is arranged over three floors with, on the ground floor, a central hallway with staircase rising to the first floor and cloakroom with a dining room one side and a drawing room/sitting room to the other. The sitting room is a particularly attractive room stretching from the front to the rear of the property, with a fireplace equipped with a coal-effect gas fire as its focal point and a set of double doors to one end leading out onto the gardens. To the other end views can be enjoyed up onto Conegar Hill. Behind the hallway there is a fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances that include a gas hob and electric double oven, with space for a fridge and a dishwasher. This flows through double doors into a south and west facing garden room, making the whole kitchen/garden room an exceptional daytime living space. Off the kitchen there is a useful utility room with its own door into the garden. The kitchen, the garden room and the utility room are laid to an attractive yet practical ceramic tile and from the garden room there is a set of double doors onto the garden.

On the first floor, off a spacious landing, there is a generously proportioned principal bedroom with lovely views onto surrounding countryside, a dressing area and an en-suite shower room complete with a double size shower. There are two remaining double bedrooms on the first floor which share a family bathroom.

On the second floor there are two further spacious double bedrooms served by an unusually large family bathroom that has both a shower and a bath The property is in good decorative order, has UPVC double glazing and gas fired central heating equipped with a two-year-old gas boiler.

To the front of the property a stone wall topped by wrought iron railings runs the width of the facade with a pedestrian gate leading through to the front door. To the rear of the property double gates give way to a substantial area of tarmac that provides parking and turning for a number of cars and access to an unusually large double garage equipped with twin up and over doors, light and power. The gardens to the rear are enclosed by a mixture of wall and timber fencing and are laid to lawn to the centre and edged by well stocked herbaceous and shrub borders. Immediately to the rear of the property there is a paved terrace that makes an excellent outdoor entertaining area during the summer months and, as it faces West, takes in the last of the sun

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