This is a most interesting and surprisingly spacious attached house, situated within the centre of this ever popular and well-served village. Although requiring a level of updating and improvement, Carsbrook House offers potential to be a fine family home.
The ground floor provides an entrance hall, which in turn provides access to a sitting room and snug/study. The latter having a fireplace and window to the front. The sitting room is a much larger room, also with a fireplace and a window to the front. From here double doors lead to the dining room, where a turning staircase provides access to the first floor. There are windows to both side and rear aspects. The dining room also leads to a large kitchen/breakfast room, which in turn leads to a conservatory and utility room. Off the utility room is a cloakroom.
On the first floor, the landing provides access to four double bedrooms, a bathroom and separate shower room. There are built-in wardrobes in one of the bedrooms and additional storage cupboards on the landing. The bedrooms are all a good size, two of which face to the front, one to the side and one to the rear.
Outside, to the front, is a cobbled parking area, suitable for one car. To the side are timber gates, which provide access to a shared driveway, in turn leading to twin timber gates, providing access to the property’s rear garden. This is a particular feature, being of a good size, fairly private and enclosed by stone walling. The majority of the garden is laid to lawn, with a variety of small trees and shrubs. A mature Yew hedge leads to a second area, where two outbuildings/potting sheds and a timber shed will be found.
The property is warmed by a mains gas central heating system and further benefits from being offered for sale with no onward chain.
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, two 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.
From Bridgwater, head west on the A39 following signs for the village. Once off the main road, follow St Mary Street, taking the second left turning into Castle Street. Proceed up the street, passing the Post Office on the right, and the property will be found shortly after on the left.
8' 3'' x 7' 3'' (2.51m x 2.21m) max.
11' 10'' x 8' 9'' (3.60m x 2.66m) max.
18' 2'' x 16' 10'' (5.53m x 5.13m) max. including fireplace
16' 6'' x 14' 5'' (5.03m x 4.39m) max. including stairs
21' 11'' x 11' 8'' (6.68m x 3.55m) max. including units
7' 8'' x 7' 0'' (2.34m x 2.13m) max.
20' 0'' x 9' 2'' (6.09m x 2.79m) max.
16' 1'' x 13' 4'' (4.90m x 4.06m) max
15' 6'' x 12' 0'' (4.72m x 3.65m) max. including wardrobes
13' 10'' x 9' 8'' (4.21m x 2.94m)
8' 2'' x 7' 6'' (2.49m x 2.28m)
Electricity, gas, water and drainage.
Council Tax Band
The majority of rooms are irregular in shape so the measurements are a maximum size.