- Charming Character House
- Deceptively Spacious
- Three Bedrooms
- Two Reception Rooms
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Mezzanine
- Utility Room and Cloakroom
- Grade II Listed
- Large Gardens
- Double Garage with Inspection Pit
- Attractive and Historic Village Location
A charming and deceptively spacious, Grade II listed, terraced house.
This delightful house is situated within the centre of the attractive and historic village of Stogursey, which is located approximately nine miles to the north-west of Bridgwater. Listed Grade II, the property, reputed to have once been a coffee house, features deceptively spacious accommodation with a great degree of character and charm.
The ground floor provides an entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room with a mezzanine, utility room and cloakroom. The sitting room faces to the front of the house and features a leaded light, stained glass bay window, second window and fireplace with a wood burning stove. Built in storage is provided to either side of the chimney breast. The dining room is of particularly good proportions with plenty of space for a large dining table and chairs. There is another fireplace with a wood burning stove, as well as additional storage cupboards. Two windows face to the rear.
Off the dining room is the kitchen/breakfast room, which features a vaulted ceiling and mezzanine level. There is a built in base unit with an inset Belfast style sink. A Rayburn is fitted into a recess within a chimney breast. This room is dual aspect with windows to the side and rear aspects. Stairs lead up to the mezzanine which is currently utilised as a home office. To the rear of the kitchen is a utility room and cloakroom with w/c.
From the entrance hall a turning staircase leads to the first floor, landing, bedrooms and bathroom. The master faces to the front, is dual aspect and features an attractive fireplace, grate and surround. The remaining two bedrooms both face to the rear. The bathroom is fitted with a cast, freestanding roll top bath, with a shower over, a pedestal wash hand basin and w/c.
The property is fitted with an oil fired central heating system.
Outside and a particular feature is the rear garden, which is divided into two areas both of which are enclosed by walling. There are outside stores, one with power and light and three others that are believed to have once been pigsties. To the rear of the garden is a double garage, with power and lighting as well as an inspection pit.
Stogursey lies approximately nine miles to Bridgwater’s west and approximately fourteen miles to the north-west of Somerset's County Town, Taunton. Day to day amenities include: Post Office and stores, primary school, church, garage and a public house. A village steeped in history, there are the remains of a castle with mote, as well as several listed buildings.
From Bridgwater, follow the A39 until reaching Cannington. Proceed through the village and follow signs for Stogursey. Once in the village, pass the church and proceed until reaching the property, which will be found on the right.