This well-presented, characterful and sympathetic barn conversion is in a quiet position and set back from the road in the popular village of Chedzoy. With two reception rooms, large kitchen/dining room, three double bedrooms, utility room, driveway and large rear garden this property offers flexible and sizeable accommodation.
To the front lies a large driveway providing ample parking. The front door opens into a hall/utility room, with coat and shoe cupboard, base units with inset sink and draining board, space and plumbing for washing machine, fridge/freezer, oil fired boiler, pantry and rear door.
From here a door leads into a farmhouse style kitchen/dining room. Light is allowed into this dual aspect room by an array of windows and glazed double doors to both the front and rear of the property, with space for a large dining table. The kitchen comprises of wooden base and wall units with granite worktop and inset butler’s sink below the window looking to the garden. Sat within a large original brick fireplace is a working range cooker with tiled splashback. Slate tile flooring throughout finishes this room well, with a working balance between modern and character features. A further wooden door with iron latch leads to a pleasant, again dual aspect living room, with doors to the rear garden also. The focal point of this room is a large protruding brick fireplace.
A doorway leads to a third reception room, currently used as an office, which also lends itself to being a further snug or dining area. Storage cupboards are inbuilt here and a door way leads to the master bedroom. This room is particularly pleasant, with doors to the rear garden, walk-in wardrobe and en-suite shower room. In all a large master suite offering excellent principle bedroom accommodation.
Crossing the snug one enters a hallway from which are two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The bathroom benefits from basin, low level w/c, freestanding roll top bath with chrome taps and separate shower with screen. An attractive stone lintel sits over the frosted window. This part of the property lends itself ideally to semi-independent living for either older children or multi-generational living.
Of the two final double bedrooms, one of these is particularly large and benefits from large built in wardrobe. Both rooms have the added feature of A-frame beams adding character to both spaces.
To the rear of the property is a paved patio adjacent to the property providing plenty of space for entertaining and outdoor dining. There is a large shed as well as a substantial area of lawn bordered by a range of small and attractive trees, established hedgerow and other plants. A side access is wide enough for small vehicles if necessary. Beyond the rear garden lies open countryside.
The property is located in the popular village of Chedzoy, set back from the road via a driveway. Chedzoy itself has both a church and village hall, while the town of Bridgwater is only ten minutes away by car and bus. The town offers a large range of independent and chain shops and supermarkets as well as leisure, sporting and health facilities. The M5 can be accessed at junctions 23 & 24, while there is a mainline railway station. The county town of Taunton is around half an hour away and offers even further facilities, including three reputable independent schools and a mainline rail link to London Paddington in as little as one hour and forty minutes.
To reach the property from Bridgwater proceed out of the town on Bath Road from the Cross Rifles Roundabout in the direction of Glastonbury. Proceed for around a mile and follow the road over the M5. Almost immediately after crossing the motorway turn right into Chedzoy Lane. Follow the road for around five minutes into the village of Chedzoy. Upon reaching a T-Junction, turn right. The driveway will be found around two hundred yards later on the right hand side, indicated by a For Sale board. Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage.