The tenure is Freehold as advised by the seller
Gas Central Heating
Combination boiler providing hot water and heating (Untested by agent)
17' 2'' x 24' 0'' (5.23m x 7.31m)
Walk through the front door into the reception and living room - a bright, spacious open plan layout framed by the rustic wooden beams and crisp white walls. While there is plenty of room to relax and entertain guests, you'll find the property's cosy cottage feel is retained through wooden accents, a charming focal fireplace with log burner, and practical wood-framed shelving built into the walls.
10' 8'' x 24' 9'' (3.25m x 7.54m)
The kitchen has a clean, white aesthetic and wooden countertops, in keeping with the cottage's old-meets-new feel. Uniquely, the extension retains the timber-framed character of the rest of the house, allowing it to seamlessly blend with the original architecture. The resulting space is fresh and modern, with alongside a two seat peninsular breakfast bar.
13' 8'' x 6' 2'' (4.16m x 1.88m)
Passing through the kitchen, you'll discover a downstairs bedroom/study and cloakroom- which you can keep as a dedicated work-from-home zone or use as a further bedroom. While there's plenty of room for a desk, computer set-up, chairs and storage, the space can also accommodate a single bed for a light and airy guest room. Whichever you might prefer, it's great to have the choice and the capacity to adapt to a growing family.
10' 1'' x 12' 1'' (3.07m x 3.68m)
Upstairs you'll enter a spacious landing area with classic white balustrades and darker beams supporting the ceiling. Exploring this level reveals a large double bedrooms with ensuite, all with space to fit a king-sized bed and plenty of furniture.
11' 7'' x 13' 5'' (3.53m x 4.09m)
Leaving the master bedroom, you will find another double bedroom with freshly painted white walls and dark rustic beams continuing the character of the property. The bedroom further benefits from a newly installed en-suite.
11' 6'' x 10' 9'' (3.50m x 3.27m)
Bedroom three is a very light spacious double room again with dark rustic beams in keeping with the properties cottage charm
Also off the landing is a newly installed family bathroom with a statement sunken bath with shower, his-and-hers wash basins and the original exposed bare walls of the 17th century handmade bricks.
Step into the garden and you'll be impressed by the amount of outdoor space that comes with the house in comparison to similar properties in the area. The verdant garden is kept private by its surrounding 15 ft traditional stone walls, making it a secure space for dogs or children. The patio area is next to and overlooked by the kitchen, with ample space for table and chairs, making it an ideal spot for al fresco dinner parties which the Somerset weather regularly permits. You'll even find a powered summerhouse at the bottom of the garden, ripe for a small renovation project and a garden shed.