This impressive property is believed to have been designed and built by a local architect during the fifties for his own occupation. The current owners have lived here for approximately thirty five years, making this in our opinion, a very rare opportunity to acquire a substantial, individual family home.
The accommodation is arranged over two floors, comprising: an entrance porch leads to a hall, with parquet flooring and a turning staircase to the first floor. From here access is provided to a sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and cloakroom. The sitting room is of good proportions, as well as being light and airy, helped by windows to both front and rear aspects. In addition there is a carved stone effect fireplace, with an inset gas fire, and parquet flooring. An opening leads into the dining room, where as well as parquet flooring, a large curved bay window to the rear aspect will be found. The kitchen/breakfast room is an impressive space, again with windows to front and rear aspects. It includes a modern range of floor and eye level units, an island with a breakfast bar, granite work surfaces and a six ring Rangemaster range. A door leads into a side hall, in turn leading to a utility room, store/utility room and to the front and rear gardens.
The landing is semi-galleried and features large windows which overlook the front garden. There are four bedrooms, three of which are of double size. The master bedroom features an en-suite shower-room and views over the rear garden. The second bedroom is dual aspect, with a particularly attractive view to the front towards the church, with the Quantocks in the distance. There is also a family bathroom. Double glazing is fitted to the majority of the external windows and doors, as well as electric heating.
The property sits back off the road, centrally within its plot, with well-maintained, attractive gardens to the front and rear. There are a wide variety of flowering plants, shrubs and small trees, as well as lawn and parking for several vehicles to the front. The rear garden is stepped slightly with a paved patio adjacent to the rear of the house and steps down to a second patio, providing a pleasant seating and dining area. The majority of the garden is laid to lawn and the whole enclosed by recently installed close board timber fencing.
Cannington is a well-served village, offering day to day amenities to include: Post Office and village stores, Indian restaurant, primary school, public houses, a hairdressers, church, hall, golf course, and is home to Brymore School and Cannington College. Bridgwater lies approximately four miles to the east and offers a wider range of facilities as well as providing mainline rail and M5 motorway access.
From Bridgwater, follow the A39 until reaching the village. Once over the roundabout, follow Main Road, becoming Brook Street, where the property will be found on the right, identified by our For Sale sign.