- Detached Modern Property
- Parking and Garage
- Rear Garden
- Rural Outlook
- Quiet Position
- Popular Village
- En-Suite Master Bedroom
- Three Bedrooms in All
- No Onward Chain
- Good Decorative Order Throughout
Situated in a popular development on the edge of the desirable village of Nether Stowey is this attached three bedroom property, presented in good decorative condition throughout. With UPVC double glazing, gas central heating, driveway, garage and rear garden this property benefits from both space and practicality. Accommodation briefly comprises of; hallway, living room, kitchen/dining room and w/c on the ground floor. On the first floor; landing, master bedroom with en-suite, second double bedroom, third single bedroom and family bathroom.
The property is situated close to the end of a popular close forming a modern yet sympathetic development, the property’s garden backing onto the rural fields surrounding the area. The property overlooks a children’s play area, which while not over-used is well maintained and attractively designed.
The driveway, providing parking for two cars lies to the front of the property. This in turn gives access to a single garage with potential for eaves storage. A pedestrian gate leads from the driveway to the garden. From the drive the front door leads into a spacious hallway, from which stairs lead to the first floor and doors lead to all ground floor rooms.
Either side of the hallway are two well-proportioned dual aspect rooms. To one side is the kitchen/dining room. The kitchen consists of a range of base and wall units and worktops with inset stainless steel sink and draining board, electric oven with four ring gas hob all under a cooker hood. There is also space and plumbing for washing machine and free standing fridge/freezer. At the dining end of the room there is space to comfortably seat six and double doors lead to the garden. To the other side is a large living room. A light and comfortable room, this space is both perfect for entertaining and cosy when necessary. Lastly on the ground floor is a cloakroom with low level dual flush w/c and basin.
On the first floor, one side of the property is afforded to the master suit. A large double bedroom with three built in wardrobes offer practical storage. Beyond these is an en-suite shower room with w/c, basin and shower with screen and tiled walls. The second bedroom is also a well-sized double bedroom with built-in double wardrobe, looking to the front of the house. The final bedroom looks over the rear garden and benefits from rural views beyond, is a sizeable single bedroom and benefits from single built-in wardrobe. Lastly, a family bathroom completes the accommodation with tiled walls, w/c, basin and bath with shower over.
Outside, the main garden lies to the side of the property. Pedestrian access comes from the driveway, while a patio area lies adjacent to the rear doors from the property. The garden is largely laid to lawn and is bordered by a mature hedgerow with fields beyond.
The property is situated in Theillay Close, on the edge of the village of Nether Stowey. Nether Stowey is particularly popular, in part due to its location. Just fifteen minutes from Bridgwater and less than thirty from Taunton the village is close to larger towns and transport links while it is nestled on the slopes of the Quantock hills, just outside the designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with is combination of wooded combes and open moorland hilltops. The West Somerset beaches of Kilve and East Quantoxhead are nearby, as is the harbour town of Watchet.
The village itself was somewhat of a medieval hub, the ruins of the castle sit on the edge of the village. Attractive old properties and the stone clock tower line the small streets that were once home to poet Samuel Colleridge. The village benefits from a primary school, doctor’s surgery, several pubs, football club and park, village hall, local shops including a convenience store and reputable butchers.
Services Oil fired central heating, mains water and drainage, electricity, phone and broadband.
To reach the property proceed away from Bridgwater on the A39 in the direction of Bridgwater. Around fifteen minutes later one will arrive at the first set of traffic lights since leaving Bridgwater. Turn right here into Stogursey Lane. Theillay Close is the second left around one hundred yards later. Once in Theillay Close, follow the road until a children’s play area lies in front of you. The property sits just to the right hand side of the park and is indicated by a For Sale board.
Bridgwater, to the east, offers a comprehensive range of independent and chain shops and supermarkets, sporting, leisure and health facilities and well as secondary schools. To the south, the county town of Taunton offers further facilities including three reputable independent schools and a main line rail link to London Paddington in under two hours. Both towns offer M5 access, with Bristol and Exeter airports less than an hour away by road.