Crook Hill, Netherbury, Bridport

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
A highly individual, detached home situated in a peaceful position on the edge of a highly desirable village and benefitting from extensive, south-facing gardens. Generous 2579sqft net floor area including 4/5 bedrooms. Attached double garage and workshop and separate additional garage with sun room. In all just under 1.2 acres. EPC Band D.


Tolleys Orchard is quite possibly one of the most uniquely designed and charmingly quirky properties in the area and, set in more than an acre of magical gardens with fantastic country and village views and a sunny, principally south-facing orientation, there is much more to offer than immediately meets the eye when passing. Built to an exacting specification circa 1986, and designed to fit comfortably into its surroundings whilst taking full advantage of natural light throughout, suggestions of Scandinavian design influence are everywhere, coupled with mellow stone-faced elevations more typical of an English village home.

Under the original ownership since new, the property has been maintained to a similarly high standard yet now offers scope for a new owner to update and adapt the versatile accommodation, presenting a perfect opportunity to create a highly individual home on the fringe of one of the area's most desirable villages.

Internally, the accommodation is incredibly versatile and is orientated to take full advantage of the lovely views and sunny aspect. Upon entering the property into either the spacious entrance hall at street level or the galleried atrium-style reception hall on the ground floor, it is immediately obvious that this is no ordinary home. Much of the accommodation can be found on the ground floor including two reception rooms (one benefitting from a woodburner), the kitchen, two bathrooms (one of which was recently upgraded and altered to a wet room), a cloakroom and three of the bedrooms including bedroom 5 which is currently appointed as a study. From the atrium, stairs rise to the galleried first floor landing which gives access to two further sizeable bedrooms and an additional bathroom. Storage is abundant throughout including a large cupboard in the lower entrance hall and excellent built-in wardrobes in most of the bedrooms.


The grounds at Tolleys Orchard are an undoubted joy. Totalling just under 1.2 acres with much of the principally south-facing garden arranged to the rear of the property, the plot offers a great sense of seclusion and provides multiple opportunities for spending time out of doors. The garden is primarily laid to lawn, stretching down to a charming stream at the far end and including an area of orchard, with several sun terraces and seating areas throughout. Set slightly apart from the property, there is a substantial detached outbuilding which is currently arranged as a garden room/studio with an adjoining garage /workshop which offers great potential for conversion to a home office or ancillary accommodation, subject to any necessary consents being achieved.

From the lane, the property is approached beneath an archway which links to house with the double garage which also benefits from an adjoining workshop with WC. A five-bar gate leads onto the sweeping driveway which leads around to the rear of the house, providing excellent parking for several vehicles.


Considered to be one of the prettiest villages in Dorset, Netherbury is home to many beautiful period cottages, typical of the West Dorset area, and there is a beautiful large parish church, playing fields and village hall. The village has a thriving and friendly community with various activities to cater for all ages, including a playgroup, yoga sessions and a local film night to name but a few. and the village hosts the renowned NGS Netherbury Open Gardens. The Hare and Hounds Public House is within just 1 mile at Waytown. The immediate area is designated as being one of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there are many beautiful walks, trails and bridleways in the area, as well as wonderful riverside walks along the River Brit. Nearby, the attractive town of Beaminster is well known for its delightful square with a range of local businesses, shops, restaurants and hotels. The thriving market town of Bridport is also close by, offering more comprehensive shopping and business facilities together with a Leisure Centre and twice weekly street market. Just beyond is the stunning World Heritage Site Jurassic Coast at West Bay with its picturesque harbour, bathing beaches and access to wonderful cliff top walks. Nearby Crewkerne provides mainline rail services to London and Exeter.


Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating.


Strictly by appointment with Stags Bridport office, telephone 01308 428000.


From Bridport follow the A3066 towards Beaminster and pass through the village of Melplash. After leaving Melplash take the next available left, signposted to Netherbury. At the junction by the bridge turn right onto Crook Hill and the property can be found on the right after approximately 150 yards.

01308 301006

Stags - Bridport

29 South Street, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 3NR

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