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West Milton, Bridport, Dorset, DT6
Guide price £950,000 | 4 bedrooms | 17.2 acres

Property features

• 4 Bedrooms
• Kitchen/breakfast room
• Dining room
• 2 Bathrooms & cloakroom
• Variety of sizeable outbuildings
• 4 stables
• 17.2 acres of land
• Beautiful views

A charming and unassuming property that sits in the most glorious land with views across the rolling West Dorset hills.4 bedrooms, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, 2 bathrooms & cloakroom. Variety of sizeable outbuildings, 4 stables with 17.2 acres of land. Beautiful views.
Marlpitts Farm occupies a set back position close to the popular villages of West Milton and Powerstock where there is an award winning public house, church and primary school. The surrounding locality is designated as being one of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there is easy access to the surrounding countryside and beaches. The nearby vibrant market town of Bridport holds twice weekly markets and regular farmers' and vintage markets, offering a range of quirky and artisan local stalls and well utilised independent shops. The town has a thriving music, arts and literary community, hosting the renowned Bridport Literary Festival and offering a wealth of events to add to the diary. Bridport's mainstream amenities include restaurants and hotels, an Art Centre, library, cinema and leisure centre, supermarkets, a museum, a health centre and a number of excellent primary schools and secondary schooling. Bridport has good access to the famous Jurassic Coast at the pretty harbour of West Bay with its assortment of pubs and restaurants, not to mention the breath-taking coastal footpath. There are a variety of excellent beaches to cater for all tastes in the area; from bathing, fishing, rock pooling or a fossil hunt. The area has many pretty walks and bridle ways that allow you to make the most of the gorgeous West Dorset scenery.

Marpitts Farm is a charming and unassuming property that sits in the most glorious land with spectacular views across the rolling West Dorset hills. This period home benefits from not being listed and has evolved over the years to offer accommodation comprising; porch, entrance hall, sitting room with multi-fuel burner and feature fireplace with storage, dining room with window seat and open fireplace, fully fitted kitchen breakfast room, utility and downstairs cloakroom, bedroom 4/ study and a downstairs bathroom. Upstairs the house offers three bedrooms, master with fitted wardrobes and substantial L' shaped eves storage. There is a family shower room, again with further eaves storage. The house is presented in good order and has undergone a programme of improvements in recent years that include rewiring and several new windows. The house could lend itself to further extension (STRC). To the side of the property is an Old Granary, currently used as storage and a workshop. This building has lots of further potential and could lend itself to holiday letting or a Granny annexe with the correct

There are several substantial outbuildings; an old stone barn with stables, a garage, tack room and several sizeable stores, this substantial building is ripe for development (STRC). Further along into the farm there is a substantial open ended barn with water and electrics to the rear. This provides a handy utility area for you and facilities when lambing. Steps lead from this area to the rear of the barn where there is access to a static caravan with two bedrooms and more than ample living space which is double glazed and central heated. The land sits to the North and South of the property with an 8.15 acre field of gently undulating pasture with stunning and far reaching views. The other fields lie behind the open barn and are sectioned off at present for livestock and a garden area. Gardens stretch around all sides of the house with a selection of mature shrubs and specimen trees. A further 6.85 acres looks North, with an open aspect across more dramatic hills and a beautiful valley. All the land is all well drained with water supplied and makes for excellent grazing or recreational land.

From our South Street office proceed to the Town Hall and turn right onto East Street. At the roundabout take the first exit signed Beaminster and after the roundabout, take the first turning on the right towards Powerstock and West Milton following the lane past Mangerton. After approximately 1 miles just before the village sign turn left. Just after the brow of the hill Marlpitts Farm can be found on the left.

Septic Tank. Oil fired central heating. Mains water. Mains electricity. Solar Panels.

West Dorset District Council
Stratton House
58-60 High West Street
01305 251010

Strictly by appointment only through Bridport Stags, call 01308 428000. Viewing highly recommended. Viewing slots available from the 8th July 2017.


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