Coneygar Close, Bridport

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A well-proportioned and located town home appreciating exceptional far reaching views close to amenities and countryside alike.


This home is positioned at the end of a no through road appreciating slightly elevated views across the town and the surrounding rolling West Dorset Hills. This 1970 s home offers generous proportions and space in a well configured home that could offer further potential (STRC). The accommodation has been nurtured and improved upon during the current owner s tenure along with the mature gardens.

The accommodation currently comprises; entrance porch and hall with under stairs glory hole, downstairs WC leading through to the open plan sitting room and dining area which spans the full depth of the property, appreciating the views to the West and also across the rear garden where there is access via patio doors. The living space leads through to the kitchen where there is a handy hatch and a decent sized kitchen breakfast room with a side door to the garden. The kitchen is well appointed with a variety of base and wall units and space for a breakfast table.

Upstairs all the rooms are of generous proportions, being light and spacious and having high ceilings and large windows. The house offers four bedrooms, all of a decent size, the master having a picture window which looks out over the open views to the West of the town, taking in Allington Hill and all of the surrounding rolling West Dorset countryside. I believe you can even see Thorncombe Beacon and the clients tell me you can see Lewesdon on a good day. There is a very well-appointed family bathroom, built in storage throughout the house and a good-sized airing cupboard.


There is private parking for one car along with on street parking and because the property is situated to the end of a cul-de-sac there is plenty of room to park on the street. The downstairs accommodation also encompasses a single garage. I understand that neighbouring properties have utilised the garage space or indeed extended their properties substantially and there is certainly further scope for new purchaser to play around with the configuration of this property should they choose, subject to any relevant consents.

The garden to the front of the property is open and predominantly laid to lawn with some mature planting and a path leading to the entrance porch. To the rear of the home, the garden is quite deceptive and is very well planted with raised vegetable beds, a greenhouse and plenty of borders, also including a small pond and a more shaded area. There is an outside store and a shed.


Mains water and drainage. Oil fired central heating with gas nearby.


Coneygar Close is one of Bridport's most sought after addresses, owing to its position within easy reach of the town centre and two well regarded Primary Schools. Bridport has a twice weekly market as well as regular farmers' and monthly vintage markets and offers a range of quirky and artisan local shops. Bridport's mainstream amenities include restaurants, hotels, a cinema, art/leisure centre, supermarkets, a museum, a health centre and a number of excellent primary and secondary schools. West Bay, with its harbour, bathing beaches and access to the World Heritage coast, is only about 2 miles to the south. There is also a golf course. The larger centres of Dorchester, Yeovil and Weymouth are all within easy reach with main line rail services to London.


Viewings strictly by appointment with Stags, Bridport.


From Bridport town hall proceed along West Street and take the first available right into Victoria Grove. Follow this road for approximately a quarter of a mile and turn right into Coneygar Road. Take the first left into Coneygar Close. Continue along the lane following the bend and the property can be found at the top of the no through road.

01308 301006

Stags - Bridport

29 South Street, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 3NR

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