This striking house is thought to date from the mid-nineteenth century. It features a most attractive façade with hanging clay tiles at first floor level, which are also on two sides. Lovingly maintained by the current owners, the property has been further enhanced by the addition of a double storey extension on the rear helping to create a generously proportioned family home.
The beautifully presented accommodation is both light and airy, with most rooms benefiting from a dual aspect and particularly at first floor level, some fine, far reaching views. The ground floor provides an entrance porch, hall, sitting room and snug on one side. To the other is a large main reception room with three windows and a feature fireplace. Beyond is a very impressive kitchen with plenty of space for a large dining table and chairs, as well as a wide range of units and food preparation space. The units are fitted with solid wood fronts, four of which are glazed. There is an eye level double oven and grill, also, an electric hob and ceramic one and a half bowl sink and drainer unit. Off the kitchen is a utility room with a second sink and space and plumbing for additional appliances. From here, doors lead to a cloakroom and the boiler cupboard. Also from the kitchen is a door leading outside.
On the first floor, a large landing with a seating area leads off to four double bedrooms and the bathroom. The master bedroom enjoys south and west aspects with lovely views over adjacent countryside. There is a dressing area as well as an en-suite shower room. As mentioned, the remaining bedrooms are all of good proportions and also provide fine, rural views. The family bathroom is fitted with a four piece suite, which includes a double size shower cubicle and corner bath.
The property sits within a triangular shape plot, having garden areas to three sides. To the east is an area of lawn with a gate providing additional parking. On from here is a seating and entertaining area laid principally to timber decking. There is also a summerhouse. To the west is a good size driveway providing parking for four cars. There is a double garage with power and light. Adjacent is another area of garden laid to a wide variety of plants and shrubs. There is an additional area of lawn and further seating space.
Spaxton lies approximately four miles to Bridgwater's west, within the foothills of the Quantock Hills, an area designated for its outstanding natural beauty. The village features a Community Stores and Post Office, primary school, church, hall and public house. Bridgwater provides a wider range of facilities as well as fast road and rail access to the rest of the Country. Somerset’s County Town, Taunton, lies approximately ten miles to the south.
Coming in from Bridgwater, proceed through Four Forks heading towards Spaxton and pass Waterman’s Garage. The property is the last house on the left and will be identified by our For Sale sign.
14' 5'' x 9' 10'' (4.39m x 2.99m)
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