- Attractive Terraced House
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Two Reception Rooms
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Garage and Parking
- Large Rear Garden
- Period Features
- Very Well-Presented
- Bath and Shower Rooms
- Sought After Village Location
Believed to have once been a wheelwright’s workshop and cottage, this charming and most attractive property features spacious and characterful accommodation, as well as large gardens, a garage and parking.
On the ground floor are two reception rooms, both with fireplaces and of a good size. The second leads, via an inner hall, into the kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen is fitted with a range of units and solid wood work surfaces. There is an inset Belfast style sink, with space provided for a dishwasher and freestanding cooker. Off the kitchen is a useful utility room, which further benefits from a shower area. A door leads to a w/c. Another door provides access into the attached garage.
On the first floor, the landing leads to three double bedrooms and a bathroom. The bathroom being fitted with a panelled bath and shower cubicle.
Outside, a shared central archway leads to the property’s parking area, adjacent to the garage. The gardens are a delight, being both generous in size and very well-cared for. There is a seating area with timber pergola, as well as various areas of lawn and decorative flower beds.
The property is warmed by mains gas central heating. The majority of the windows are double glazed.
Directions Head west along the A39 following signs for the village. Take the second turning at the traffic lights into Lime Street and proceed until reaching the property, found on the left, identified by our For Sale sign.
Location Nether Stowey lies on the northern slopes of the Quantock Hills, which is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. This attractive, thriving and historic village is believed to date back to Anglo-Saxon times and indeed, features a mount, where once stood an 11th century Motte and Bailey castle. There are a wide range of day-to-day facilities, including: a primary school, church, library, vets, hall, two stores – including a post office, three public houses, hairdressers and butchers. The village lies approximately eight miles to the west of Bridgwater and ten miles to the north-west of Taunton. Both provide a wider range of amenities, as well as M5 motorway access and mainline rail links to the rest of the country.
Services Electricity, gas, water, telephone and broadband.
Council Tax Band D
Authority Sedgemoor District Council