- Attractive Detached Barn Conversion
- Three Double Bedrooms (Main with En-Suite and Walk-in Wardrobe)
- Comfortable Sitting Room
- Kitchen/Dining Room
- Bathroom and Cloakroom
- Well-Proportioned and Finished
- Adjoining Paddock of Approx. Two-Thirds of an Acre
- Garden and Parking for Multiple Vehicles
- Lovely Rural Situation
- No Onward Chain
An attractive and beautifully presented barn conversion, enjoying a delightful rural situation, with an adjoining paddock of approximately two-thirds of an acre.
Finished to a high standard approximately ten years ago, the property provides well-proportioned accommodation and character features associated with properties of this style. All main rooms have vaulted ceilings, some with exposed timber trusses. There are solid wood, ledged internal doors with thumb latches.
The main entrance door leads to a hall, in turn leading to the sitting room and kitchen/dining room. There is also a cloaks cupboard and low level cupboard housing the controls and manifolds for the underfloor heating system. The sitting room features a wood burning stove and almost wall-to-wall picture windows and double doors, overlooking the parking area to the front.
The kitchen/dining room is comprehensively fitted with matching wall and base units (the wall units with under-lighting) and timber effect work surfaces. A stainless steel one-and-a-half bowl sink and drainer unit is fitted. There are integrated appliances: a fridge/freezer, dishwasher, electric hob and oven. Space and plumbing is provided for a washing machine. This room also benefits from almost wall-to-wall windows and doors to the front. From here, an inner hall leads to the three bedrooms and family bathroom. All bedrooms are doubles, the main having a walk-in-wardrobe and en-suite shower room. The family bathroom is fitted with a three piece suite and a shower over the bath.
Double glazing is fitted, as well as an oil fired under floor heating system.
Outside, the property is approached from the road by a shared, gravelled driveway, in turn leading to a private driveway and parking area. To the rear of the barn is an enclosed rear garden, laid to lawn. To one side is a hardstanding with a single loose box and store, timber stable building. Adjacent to the driveway is a fenced paddock, measuring approximately two-thirds of an acre.
From Bridgwater follow the A39 west, turning off at Keenthorne, following the sign for Fiddington. Shortly after, take the first turning on the right for Bonson and Coultings. Proceed along this lane until you reach the driveway for the property, identified by our For Sale sign.
Fiddington lies approximately six miles to the west of Bridgwater and is approximately two miles from the larger villages of Nether Stowey, Cannington and Stogursey. Here day-to-day amenities including primary schooling, Post Office/convenience stores and public houses will be found. Bridgwater offers a wider range of amenities as well as mainline rail and M5 motorway access.
Council Tax Band
Mains Electricity and Water. Private Drainage.