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Bridport is a market town found in Dorset, around 1.5 miles away from the English Channel. Within the town’s boundary is West Baby, a harbour famous for its fishing, which is also known as Bridport Harbour. Bridport is a great place to live for those who have a love for arts, culture, and food. It is a Gateway Town for the famous World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast.

Bridport is a town that is tucked away from the world but is just three hours’ drive from London. There are also multiple public transport links to get around nearby areas as well as further away cities via train or bus.

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Things to do in Bridport

Bridport has a rich amount of heritage and history. You can find many beautiful traditional buildings here. The Bridport Museum is perhaps the best way to get a better understanding of the area. Housed in an early 16th century stone building, it exhibits local history, archaeology, natural history, and geology. Here you can even find pieces from a 1st Century Roman army camp.

Bridport is surrounded by beaches and beautiful countryside. There are plenty of nearby trails to walk, cycle or run down, with stunning views. The Millennium Green is a large green open space and has a range of gardens, an open meadow, and a beautiful woodland. Wildlife here is thriving and visitors often report of seeing roe deer and rare birds here.

Bridport also has a theatre, independent cinema, and an arts centre, so if you are a lover of arts Bridport is a fantastic place to live.

Schools and Education in Bridport

Bridport has a great selection of schools in the area for residents to choose from. The main secondary school in Bridport is the Sir John Colfoz Academy, which is rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted. Those who live in Morcombelake or Charmouth are able to apply to attend Woodroffe School in Lyme Regis that has been rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted. For Primary schools, Burton Bradstock CofE, Symondsbury, St Catherine’s Catholic and St Mary’s CofE are all rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted.

Bridport is perfectly located between two highly rated Universities, Exeter, and Bournemouth, which are both under an hour and a half away. A slightly longer drive away is both Bristol and Bath Universities, so there are a lot of great options for further education nearby.

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Local Areas Nearby:

  • Bradpole
  • Dottery
  • Shipton Gorge
  • West Bay
  • Symondsbury
  • Eype
  • Uploders

Cost of living in Bridport

Properties in Bridport vary massively, however there are some stunning old properties from traditional fishermen’s cottages to Georgian homes available. The overall average price of properties in Bridport in the last year is £307,218. Most of the properties bought during this time were detached properties, which sold for an average of £410,856. Terraced properties in the area sold for an average of £255,732, whereas semi-detached properties sold for around £309,044. Prices in Bridport have increased by 14% compared to the previous year.