St James Park Bradpole


SITUATION: St James Park is a courtyard style development enjoying a tranquil and private setting with well established communal garden frontage, tucked well of the village lane. The village of Bradpole is about 1.5 miles north of the market town of Bridport and provides useful local facilities including, butchers' shop, village hall, recreational field, church and public house. Within the market town of Bridport there are extensive facilities including a good shopping centre together with social amenities.

The sea and coast at West Bay are part of the Jurassic Coastline with World Heritage Status and lies about 3 miles due south.

St James’ Park is a small and unique development offering characterful properties exclusive to the over 55s offering independent living with the security of the building being well serviced and managed together with delightful communal grounds.

The property is for sale with no forward chain.

THE PROPERTY: St James’ Park is a unique development of 26 flats and cottages exclusive to the over 55's built during the 1980's. No 16 comprises a terraced house of stone construction with brick detail under a slate roof.

This 2 double bedroom terraced house would be a fantastic home for a single occupant or a couple looking to downsize. Alternatively it would make the perfect bolthole for those making or planning frequent visits to the Jurassic Coast but cannot be holiday-let and no pets are allowed. The property affords well designed and spacious accommodation with good storage facilities and has been well maintained and presented with the benefit of gas-fired central heating and double glazing.

There is a good-sized level and private garden enjoying sunshine for most of the day in addition to the managed communal front garden area.

DIRECTIONS: From the centre of Bridport travelling east take the first exit of the roundabout sign posted to Beaminster. After approximately 1 mile turn right adjacent to the Kings Head Inn and continue along this road and turn right at the junction signposted to Loders. St James Park is the first turning on the right.

FRONT PORCHWAY with double storage cupboards, one housing the gas meter and the other the electric consumer unit. Part-glazed front door opening to:
SPACIOUS HALLWAY with balustraded staircase rising to the first floor with recess under and:
CLOAKROOM comprising a low level toilet and wash hand basin in vanity unit with mirror over.
LOUNGE with double, glazed doors opening from the entrance hall. Featuring a front window overlooking the gardens, an electric fire fitted to an attractive fireplace surround and a wide open archway leading to the:
DINING AREA which has double sliding doors opening to the private rear garden and glazed door opening to the:
KITCHEN which is well fitted with units including wall cupboards and base cupboards and drawers with work surfaces incorporating an electric hob with cooker hood over and Indesit oven, a one-and-a-half bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and window over looking over the rear garden, plumbing for washing machine and space for upright fridge/freezer. Worcester gas-fired combi-boiler.
LANDING with built-in storage cupboard and balustrading against the staircase.
BEDROOM 1 facing over the communal gardens and with deep built-in cupboard over the stairhead. Additional built-in wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail.
BEDROOM 2: A further double bedroom with window to the east affording lovely views to Boarsbarrow Hill and with double-doored wardrobe cupboard built-in with hanging rail provided.
SHOWER ROOM comprising a modern walk-in shower with half-height door screens, toilet and basin in vanity unit with white tiled surrounds. Obscure-glazed window.

There is a level garden extending to the east comprising a small paved patio adjoining the dining room with railing/handrail and easy step down to the long rear lawn with established herbaceous beds and borders bathed in sunshine for most of the day and well enclosed. At the far end an arbour opens to an additional gravelled sitting area.

THE GARAGE is within the complex to the south side of the development built under-ground and offers parking/storage space.

SERVICES: All mains services are provided. Council Tax Band C. Gas central heating. BT line and satellite. Mobile phone reception "good" from 3 main suppliers.

TENURE: The properties are leasehold (999 years from 1988) with a share in the Freeholder's Management Company with a service charge of £1,000 per annum (payable half yearly) for the cottage and £250 per annum (payable half yearly) for the garage. The garage is held on a separate 125 year lease from 1988.

Preliminary Particulars prepared 17.4.24
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