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THE PROPERTY

A charming three storey Victorian property tucked away near the centre of the very popular seaside town of Bridport with lovely views and a river running past it. Tucked away near the centre of the popular seaside town of Bridport, 30 South Mill Lane is an absolutely charming three storey terraced house. This row of Victorian terraced houses are the envy of most of the town due to their fantastic location and all benefitting from wonderful views over the meandering river and countryside beyond. On first entering the property there is a real sense of charm, space and light with a fantastic open plan sitting room and kitchen ideal for modern living with plenty of room for a kitchen and dining table, sofa, and benefitting from a wood burning stove. It also has attractive stripped wooden flooring and a ground floor bath and shower room. There is also direct access to the garden and outbuilding. The property has recently been very successfully holiday let over the years which could easily be carried on as a going concern by any new owner. On the first floor are two bedrooms, including a large master bedroom, with superb views. The real surprise however is the fantastic converted attic room which could be used for a number of purposes and is surprisingly light and spacious and also benefits from incredible views. To the rear of the property is a very good outbuilding which could perhaps be converted with the correct planning permissions. There is a fabulous and good sized garden, which is a rare delight to find in a property in such a convenient town centre location. All in all, this would make a wonderful primary or secondary home in an idyllic and very convenient location. Bridport is a most attractive Georgian town with many fine examples of period architecture, reflecting its affluent past. Unlike a lot of towns, Bridport retains an excellent number of independent shops and restaurants and a thriving street market on Saturdays and Wednesdays. A number of large supermarkets can also be found either in or around the town including Waitrose and Morrisons. There is also a Cottage Hospital, a large Medical Centre, a popular Leisure Centre, a successful Arts Centre and a number of independent festivals involving the Arts are held throughout the year. Much of the countryside around the area is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty where strict planning controls apply to preserve its special character, that along with the large number of private estates, who have for centuries maintained its beauty through careful stewardship, help to make this landscape some of the finest that the south west has to offer. The Jurassic Coastline, a World Heritage site that stretches from Orcombe Point in Devon to Old Harry Rocks in South Dorset is another prominent feature of the area and attracts a large diversity of people and investment to West Dorset.