Crock Lane, Bridport

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Bedrooms: 3
A very attractive, much improved semi-detached 1930's house set in large gardens and enjoying lovely far reaching views in a highly popular area within easy reach of Bridport town and amenities. EPC Band C.


73 Crock Lane is a very attractive, much improved semi-detached house set in large gardens and enjoying lovely far reaching views in a highly popular area within easy reach of the town amenities. It was built in the 1930's with classic brick faced and pebble dashed elevations. Under the current ownership since 1999, the house has been subject to extensive enlargement, alteration and improvement to a very high standard. The house stands elevated and faces south west with wonderful views over the town and the surrounding countryside including the well known viewpoint of Colmer's Hill.

The property is very well appointed with gas fired central heating, UPVC sealed unit windows/doors, contemporary modern kitchen with cooker range plus cooker hood and contemporary shower room with large walk in shower. Significant improvements include: an impressive large contemporary conservatory with quality aluminium powder coated windows and bi-folding doors along with a large rear extension with vaulted ceiling and Velux windows providing a superb open plan kitchen/dining/family room. There is also potential to create further accommodation with a loft conversion.

The house offers a whole number of character features typical of its period including bay windows, original part glazed cupboards to the living room, deep skirting boards, fireplaces (one with wood burner) and the hallway has a lovely part stained glass style arched window.

The well presented accommodation extends to:

Ground floor- large conservatory/utility/boot room with slate tiled flooring, reception hall, cloakroom, living room with bay window, period style fireplace and original part-glazed full height cupboards, study with original tiled fireplace incorporating a multi fuel stove and book/display shelves, L-shaped kitchen/dining/family room, very well equipped with extensive contemporary units, Flavel gas/electric cooker range plus stainless steel cooker hood and dishwasher.

First floor- landing, principal bedroom with bay window enjoying the long range views, bedroom 2 with wall to wall full height display shelves, bedroom 3 (again, enjoying the views) and shower room with a contemporary suite featuring a large walk in shower and access to the attic which is virtually fully boarded plus a light.


There is vehicular access to the rear off Nordons with a large parking area and a very useful timber shed. There is ample space for garaging if required.

The house stands on a good sized plot and the gardens are very well stocked and landscaped being a further lovely feature of the property.

At the rear of the house, there is an adjoining timber decking, raised vegetable and fruit beds including blackcurrants, redcurrants, raspberries, blueberries and gooseberries along with a large rockery and a number of specimen trees. There is also a very useful bespoke greenhouse and tool shed. To the front of the house, the garden extends to over 80ft depth. It enjoys a very sunny south west facing aspect with views over the town and the surrounding countryside to Colmer's Hill. Attractively laid out, there is a full width slate paved terrace with timber borders and a screened area for a hot tub. The gardens beyond include a circular lawn with box hedging and a whole number of borders together with a raised ornamental pond. At the far end, there is a gate onto a path leading down to Crock Lane.


Crock Lane is a very well established and highly desirable residential road to the south east of Bridport town centre and within easy walking distance over the river meadows. The property is very close to open countryside and there is a nearby foot path giving access onto Bothen Hill. The thriving and historic market town of Bridport offers comprehensive shopping and business facilities, together with a twice weekly market. Local amenities include Bridport Leisure Centre and the Electric Palace cinema/entertainment venue. Local schools are within reach including Bridport Primary School and The Sir John Colfox Academy.

The coastal resort of West Bay is very nearby with swimming, boating and fishing facilities and an 18 hole golf course. From here, there is also access to stunning walks along the World Heritage beach and clifftops through land mainly owned or controlled by the National Trust. Dorchester, the County town of Dorset is about 15 miles to the east with a main line rail service to London.


All mains services. Gas fired central heating.


Viewings strictly by appointment with Stags Bridport.


From our South Street office, proceed down the street and through the traffic lights to The Crown roundabout. Take the first exit onto Sea Road South and take the third right into Pasture Way. Bear left and then turn right into Crock Lane. After a short distance, turn left into Nordons and first right. The rear parking area belonging to Number 73 is fourth on the right.

01308 301006

Stags - Bridport

29 South Street, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 3NR

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