- Attractive Property
- Four Bedrooms
- Excellent Finish Throughout
- Rear Garden
- High Quality Kitchen
- Spacious Accommodation
- Two Reception Rooms
- Sun Room
- Quite Position
- Popular Location
A large family home presented with a high quality finish throughout.
Presented to the market in excellent condition is this large four bedroom end-of-terrace property in a quiet position close to the centre of Bridgwater. With two reception rooms, large kitchen, utility room, sun room, w/c, four bedrooms, shower room and front and rear gardens this property offers extensive and well-designed accommodation.
A blend between old and new, modern design and finish compliments original features through the house. One enters via a UPVC front door into an entrance hall, with inner hall beyond benefitting from original attractive tiled flooring. From here is a spacious lounge with large bay window and log burner, slate hearth and lintel. Oak and glass bi-folding doors open into a further reception room with log burner, fire surround and marble hearth. Currently used as a second sitting area this room also lends itself as a dining room. The way in which this space can be used as either one or two reception rooms makes it suitable for both those wanting privacy and entertaining.
The kitchen/breakfast room sits to the rear of the property, with space for a large dining table of its own. A high quality fitted kitchen is a real feature of this house, including intelligent storage with base and wall units, full height storage, quartz worktops, inset sink and draining board, integrated five ring gas hob and electric oven with cooker hood over. This room also benefits from a third wood burner, under-stairs cupboard and opening to the large utility room. This room offers space for a large fridge/freezer and white goods.
From here doors lead to a sun room on the rear of the property with w/c from it. A sliding door leads to the rear garden.
On the first floor a double height landing with wooden stair balustrades is a pleasant welcoming. The master bedroom benefits from a large bay window and the unusual feature of a very large walk-in wardrobe. This area, with its own lighting, is a real feature of the property. The second bedroom is also a spacious double room with window to the rear, while the third bedroom is a large single currently used as an office.
The shower room is also of particularly high quality. With tiled floors and walls to ceiling height, sink with vanity unit and w/c along with large walk-in shower with programming and memory functions for temperature and pressure settings, time and thought has gone into the finish.
Finally, stairs lead to the second floor where a large double room sits within the eaves, with Velux to the rear and window to the front. This room is currently used as a double with its own built-in window seat and storage, yet provides room for a sitting area. This area is perfect for older children, a guest room or multi-generational living.
Outside, the property is approached via a brick path across a front garden laid to slate with a brick wall and iron railing surrounding it. To the rear, a patio runs adjacent to the back of the property, with a further large patio and outdoor dining area with pergola at the end of the garden. Another excellent space for entertaining. A workshop with light and power lies beyond this. The rest of the garden is laid to artificial lawn and benefits from double gates to the side pedestrian access afforded to the garden.
A property of this size with such a high quality finish is a rare find. Viewing is considered essential to gauge the extent and quality of the accommodation. Located in a quiet spot close to the amenities Bridgwater has to offer, this large yet low maintenance property is not to be missed.
Bridgwater offers a large range of amenities including local and national shops and supermarkets, sport and leisure facilities, primary and secondary schools, hospital and other health services and transport links including access to the M5 motorway and a railway station.
To reach the property from the centre of Bridgwater proceed in a Westerly direction away from the town centre on the A39 toward Minehead. After passing the Malt Shovel pub, cross the bridge and Coronation Road will be found on the left. The property is the last on the left hand side.