This quaint stone-walled period cottage with original features, is set in stunning Bothenhampton and combines old-fashioned charm with contemporary style.
Set on a raised pavement above the village lane, this terraced property simply oozes charm. The pretty little village of Bothenhampton provides an excellent setting, benefitting from local amenities including a shop and a local pub, as well as lots of rustic charm. The property is located only a mile from the beautiful coast at West Bay where you can peruse the working harbour, have a drink in one of the many cafes, or take a boat tour to learn more about the heritage coastline.
The cottage is entered up two steps into a hall with a beautiful flagstone floor. The open-plan kitchen/sitting/dining room is a warm and inviting space which encourages family life and social dining. All mod cons are present in the kitchen, with just a hint of the age of the property coming from the oak and flagstone floors. Also on this floor is a utility room with a door leading to the garden and, up one step, a bathroom with shower. Upstairs, on the first floor, there are two double bedrooms, one boasting a Victorian fireplace and TV, and, up one step, a family bathroom. On the second floor, via a spiral staircase with open tread, a single bedroom with double-aspect windows makes the very most of the beautiful views. There is reduced ceiling height in this room as it is located in the eaves of the house.
The property has a rear flagstone courtyard which is planted with scented honeysuckle and colourful ferns, and from here there are 12 steps up to the charming sloping garden with its beautiful flower beds containing a rainbow of flowers to shrubbery and trees. The upper terrace has the best views of all of the property over the rooftops to the countryside, and for those who love to eat alfresco, there is a charcoal BBQ available for use at the property.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.