Briar Rose Cottage, Chideock, Bridport, Dorset


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  • Bedrooms: 2
A charming Grade II listed period stone and thatched cottage in this picturesque village close to the Jurassic coast

2 Double Bedrooms

Detached South Facing Private Garden

Far Reaching Countryside Views

Rear Courtyard

No Forward Chain

Electric Night Storage Heating


Two bedrooms

Sitting Room




Large South Facing Detached Garden


Briar Rose Cottage is a charming stone and thatched cottage that has a number of features typical of its age and type that include latched stripped doors, exposed beams, brick fireplace and window seat. A cottage style kitchen complements the property with access on to a south facing courtyard and bathroom. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms.


One of the main features of the property is the private enclosed rear garden that backs onto farmland and has been lawned with mature shrub borders, a variety of fruit trees, a paved patio and summerhouse. There are far reaching, south facing views across Thorncombe Beacon and the surrounding countryside towards Seatown. Access to this garden is via a shared path between neighbouring gardens.


Briar Rose Cottage is situated within the picturesque village of Chideock. The village offers a good range of amenities including a short/post office, public houses, village hall and churches. It is on the main bus route giving easy access both to the east and west. The immediate area is designated as being one of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the cottage, is less than 1 mile from the beautiful World Heritage Coast at Seatown. There are many fantastic walking opportunities on the doorstep.

The thriving market town of Bridport offers more comprehensive facilities and is within only 3 miles, whilst the coastal resort of Lyme Regis and Axminster (with main line rail service to London) are only approximately 9 miles distant.

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