This amazing thatch and stone cottage, originally two cottages, is thought to be some 400 years old.
Occupied by the sculptress Elizabeth Muntz from the 1930-60s, there is artistic influence throughout this charming, sprawling residence.
For the modernist there is central heating throughout, while for the more traditional there is open fire that can be enclosed for safety, within the huge inglenook fireplace.
With its sympathetic extension to the rear (providing a large family kitchen and diner), this cottage is the perfect blend of character and comfort.
There is space to park 3 cars on the driveway to the side of the house.
The Well House sleeps 9 plus a cot and is off a lane from the village green in the small rural village of East Chaldon.
The sunny, sheltered garden has a luxury BBQ. From the cottage one can walk straight onto the footpath to the coastal path lining the spectacular World Heritage coast.