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Bridge Street, Netherbury, Bridport, DT6

Offers in excess of £360,000

Under offer

2 Beds 1 Bath 2 Receptions

REF: DOR210190

THE PROPERTY

A most delightful detached two bedroomed cottage in the heart of a very picturesque village. THE PROPERTY Situated near the heart of the most delightful village of Netherbury, first glimpses of Highfield Cottage are most impressive with its attractive stone faade under a pretty tiled roof. On first entering the property there is a real sense of charm and space with a very well-proportioned sitting room with pretty stone flooring and a woodburning stove. The kitchen is also a good size with plenty of room for a kitchen/breakfast table, and incorporating a number of wall and base units and a pretty wooden window seat. There is also direct access to the utility and external storage area. The two bedrooms are on the first floor and are both a good size, also with a separate shower/bathroom. Like many rooms in the house there are views over the very pictureque village and stream. To the side of the property is a very manageable garden, with a paved terrace ideal for al fresco dining. All in all, this would make a wonderful primary or secondary home in the most idyllic yet very convenient location. LOCATION The picturesque village of Netherbury is in a conservation area and justifiably one of the most sought-after villages in West Dorset. Nestled along the Brit Valley and the nearby River Brit amongst rolling hills and stunning countryside, the village was home to the original 'River Cottage' of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall fame. Enjoying a thriving community, the village hall hosts a range of events and activities, and the beautifully positioned 12th century St Mary's Church. The popular Hare & Hounds Public House is a 30-minute walk in the nearby hamlet of Waytown. Historic Beaminster is just 1.6 miles away offering convenience and bespoke shopping as well as a number of popular restaurants, cafes and pubs, two doctors surgeries and post office. Just under 6 miles to the south is the vibrant Georgian market town of Bridport with its twice weekly market, regular farmers' and vintage markets and a range of shops and services such as restaurants, art centre, leisure centre and supermarkets. West Bay, with its harbour, shops, cafes and art galleries can be found further to the south with easy access to the beaches and many beautiful coastal walks. The area forms a part of the Jurassic Coast, World Heritage Site and benefits from the impressive backdrop of the dramatic West Cliff with lovely bathing and fishing beaches.